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Feeder chain wear strip

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #7090070.

A wear strip easily mountable on an outer surface of a support member or structure of a feeder of an agricultural combine, for preventing wear of the support member and a feeder chain movable thereover. The wear strip includes an elongate body of a molded plastics material having a longitudinal extending side to be positioned in facing relation to the chain and an opposite longitudinally extending mounting side to be mounted on the support member, the mounting side including at least one molded plastics mounting tab extending outwardly therefrom in a position for insertion into at least one hole through the support member, respectively. The mounting tab includes at least one resiliently displaceable or biasable projection spaced from the body and oriented so as to extend in a predetermined direction from the mounting tab, the projection defining a locking portion or detent for cooperatively engaging an edge of the hole or an inner surface of the support member for holding the tab in the hole with the mounting surface of the body in abutting relation to the outer surface of the support member while allowing limited longitudinal movement of the body relative to the support member.

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