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Number: 188/323
Name: Brakes > Wheel > Transversely movable > Expanding > Three shoes
Description: Device comprising three distinct frictional contacting members.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
188/324 Rotary cam operatively abutting shoe ends 2


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8397663 Liquid body discharge device and method for discharging liquid body Mar. 19, 2013
8312977 Apparatus for producing a frictional and/or form-fitting connection between two components which are arranged such that they can be moved linearly or rotated relative to one another Nov. 20, 2012
6913119 Apparatus for a bicycle hub brake Jul. 5, 2005
6290028 Bike brake Sep. 18, 2001
5524734 Brake apparatus for a bicycle which corrects braking force in a region of strong braking force Jun. 11, 1996
5398923 One-way winch brake Mar. 21, 1995
4700816 Drum brake including three brake shoes Oct. 20, 1987











 
 
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