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Johnson Bar Adapter Assembly

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000061889D
Original Publication Date: 1986-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-09
Document File: 1 page(s) / 11K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Sacco, HN: AUTHOR

Abstract

When leverage is applied to any load, the adapter assembly 1 for a Johnson Bar to be described lifts and rolls a load very smoothly with greater maneuverability. The adapter assembly show Figures 1 and 2 includes a shaft 2, left arm 3, right arm 4, and cotter pins 5.

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Johnson Bar Adapter Assembly

When leverage is applied to any load, the adapter assembly 1 for a Johnson Bar to be described lifts and rolls a load very smoothly with greater maneuverability. The adapter assembly show Figures 1 and 2 includes a shaft 2, left arm 3, right arm 4, and cotter pins 5.

Remove two wheels 6 from Johnson Bar, remove shaft 7, and machine shaft 2 as shown. Replace shaft 7 to Johnson Bar, insert shaft 2 to the left arm 3 and right arm 4 as shown. Secure with cotter pins 5, insert left arm 3 and right arm 4 to shaft 7. Replace wheels 6 to shaft 7, and replace cotter pins. The purpose of this design is to pick up and roll any heavy bulky, awkward loads up to 5000 pounds.

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