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Number: 188/243
Name: Brakes > Elements > Shoe fasteners > Interlocking heads and shoes > Longitudinal key
Description: The fastening-key is inserted longitudinally of the shoe.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8104590 Railcar brake head Jan. 31, 2012
6349805 Brake lining mounting, especially for rail vehicles Feb. 26, 2002
6336532 Backing plate with reinforcing members Jan. 8, 2002
5839549 Brake shoe assembly and key for railway vehicles Nov. 24, 1998
5647460 Spring-type railroad brake shoe locking key Jul. 15, 1997
5560453 Key for railroad brake shoe assembly Oct. 1, 1996
4466513 Railroad brake shoe-brake beam assembly Aug. 21, 1984
4360084 Block brake assembly for the wheel of a railway vehicle Nov. 23, 1982
4181202 Railway brake shoe with removable flange Jan. 1, 1980
4020928 Railroad brake shoes with separable insert engageable with flange of a wheel May. 3, 1977
3958667 Disc-brakes, especially for automobile vehicles May. 25, 1976

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