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Number: 188/235
Name: Brakes > Elements > Shoe fasteners > Locomotive type
Description: A shoe-fastener adapted to locomotive and other heavy shoes.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8544617 Railroad and industrial vehicle disk brake pad Oct. 1, 2013
8360214 Brake shoe support assembly and method Jan. 29, 2013
8307962 End stabilization for brake shoes extending beyond the ends of the brake head Nov. 13, 2012
6176354 Truck mounted brake beam with removable brake heads Jan. 23, 2001
4000792 Brake shoe and head assembly Jan. 4, 1977











 
 
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