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Inventor:
Halstensgaard; Gaylen E.
Address:
Milnor, ND
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6431049 Manifold for maintaining a latch actuator under pressure and accommodating leaks August 13, 2002
A double acting actuator is used for operating a pair of latches, and is controlled through a manifold that will permit a base end of the actuator to remain under pressure, and accommodate valve and piston leakage by connecting the rod end of the actuator to drain through a small orifice
4583760 Vehicle stabilizer attachment and method April 22, 1986
A stabilizer attachment for a work vehicle. The attachment is linear in operation and when it is attached adjacent one end of a vehicle and is then extended it raises the adjacent wheel off the ground. Another stabilizer attachment on the other side of the vehicle when operated raise










 
 
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