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Inventor:
Onose; Yoshiaki
Address:
Fujisawa, JP
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6250811 Tone wheel built in constant velocity joint June 26, 2001
A rolling bearing unit has a hub which is formed with a housing for partly forming a constant velocity joint, wherein a connecting tube 20 of a magnetic metal plate is provided to have a base half portion 21 fitted onto the opening portion of the housing and a tip half portion 22 pro
6036371 Rolling bearing unit for vehicle wheel March 14, 2000
A rolling bearing unit for a vehicle wheel comprising an outer ring formed with first and second outer ring raceways, a hub formed with a first inner raceway, and with a housing portion for an outer ring of a constant velocity joint, an inner ring formed with a second inner ring raceway
5975767 Tone wheel built-in constant velocity joint November 2, 1999
A rolling bearing unit has a hub which is formed with a housing for partly forming a constant velocity joint, wherein a connecting tube 20 of a magnetic metal plate is provided to have a base half portion 21 fitted onto the opening portion of the housing and a tip half portion 22 pro










 
 
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