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Number: 384/436
Name: Bearings > Rotary bearing > Plain bearing > Mounting or support > Lock type > Pivoted
Description: Subject matter wherein the movable bearing surface turns about a fixed point.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
384/437 Having bolt securing means 4


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5520465 Plastic bearing for stabilizers in motor vehicles May. 28, 1996
5184650 Loom having a resilient locking element for the cloth beam bearing Feb. 9, 1993
5127746 Bearing holder for bearings mounted on journals Jul. 7, 1992
4412753 Quick-opening bearing block Nov. 1, 1983











 
 
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