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Number: 188/245
Name: Brakes > Elements > Shoe fasteners > Interlocking heads and shoes > Side insertion
Description: The shoe and head lugs can be brought together only from the side.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8689949 Connection of a brake lining and a lining mount Apr. 8, 2014
6874601 Brake pad assembly Apr. 5, 2005
6125973 Brake pad holder Oct. 3, 2000
6045474 Drive belt, element therefor and construction in which this is used Apr. 4, 2000
5119909 Brake shoe construction having ears interfingered with the pad Jun. 9, 1992
4901823 Brake mechanism Feb. 20, 1990
4867285 Brake shoe mounting assembly Sep. 19, 1989
4326614 Disc caliper clutch with easy access and burnout proof rotor Apr. 27, 1982
3991860 Means enabling replacement of worn disc brake shoes without disassembly Nov. 16, 1976











 
 
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