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  • This invention relates to certain improvements in the construction of wagons, more especially those made with Wooden axles; and it has for its object to prevent the great wear upon the axles and sand-boards by abrasion by the reach and king-bolt, as more fully hereinafter described.
  • Figure l is a perspective view of the forward axle, showing my improvement attached.
  • Fig. 2 is a horizontal section.
  • Fig. 3 is a detached perspective of one of the wear-plates.
  • Fig. 4 is a detached View of one of the sustainingbolts.
  • A represents the axle; B, the sand-board; O, the hounds, and E the kingbolt, all of the usual form and construction, ex-
  • F F are wearplates, the former of which rests on the upper face of the axle, and the latter on the under face of the sandboard.
  • These wear-plates are alike, and are provided with flanges a, which, being let into the adjacent wooden parts, as sist in securing the plates in place.
  • They are also provided with hollow studs b, the interior diameter of which should be of sufficient diameter to admit the king-bolt.
  • These hollow studs are let into axle and sand-board to form linings for the holes bored in said axle and sand'board for the king-bolt.
  • the plates Near the ends of these plates they are provided with holes 0, through which the sustainingbolts G are passed, the posts 01 being sleeved on said bolts, with their ends resting on the plates, as shown, at each end, to support the sand-board.
  • the plates are also provided with circular or curved flanges e, to protect the posts 61 from being sprung by contact with the reach H, in cramping or turning the wagon.
  • a flanged tube, f of proper size, which projects just far enough through to the opposite side to engage with a washer, and he riveted thereto, forming an eyelet, and preventing the Wear of the king-bolt on the reach.

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B. W. CHASE.
Running-Gear for Vehicles.
Patented Oct. 20,1874.
NO.156 ,I34.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFroE.
BENJAMIN W. CHASE, OF JACKSON, MICHIGAN, ASSIGNOR TO HIMSELF AND A. E. HAWLEY, OF SAME PLACE.
IMPROVEMENT l N RUNNING-GEAR FOR VEHICLES.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 156,134, dated October 20, 1874 application filed April 7, 1874.
To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, BENJAMIN W. GHAsE,
of Jackson, in the county of Jackson and State of-Michigan, have invented an Improvement in Wagons, of which the following is a specification:
The nature of this invention relates to certain improvements in the construction of wagons, more especially those made with Wooden axles; and it has for its object to prevent the great wear upon the axles and sand-boards by abrasion by the reach and king-bolt, as more fully hereinafter described.
Figure l is a perspective view of the forward axle, showing my improvement attached. Fig. 2 is a horizontal section. Fig. 3 is a detached perspective of one of the wear-plates. Fig. 4 is a detached View of one of the sustainingbolts.
Like letters indioate like parts in each figure.
In the drawings, A represents the axle; B, the sand-board; O, the hounds, and E the kingbolt, all of the usual form and construction, ex-
cept as hereinafter mentioned. F F are wearplates, the former of which rests on the upper face of the axle, and the latter on the under face of the sandboard. These wear-plates are alike, and are provided with flanges a, which, being let into the adjacent wooden parts, as sist in securing the plates in place. They are also provided with hollow studs b, the interior diameter of which should be of sufficient diameter to admit the king-bolt. These hollow studs are let into axle and sand-board to form linings for the holes bored in said axle and sand'board for the king-bolt. Near the ends of these plates they are provided with holes 0, through which the sustainingbolts G are passed, the posts 01 being sleeved on said bolts, with their ends resting on the plates, as shown, at each end, to support the sand-board. The plates are also provided with circular or curved flanges e, to protect the posts 61 from being sprung by contact with the reach H, in cramping or turning the wagon. Into the king-bolt hole, through the end of the reach, is inserted a flanged tube, f, of proper size, which projects just far enough through to the opposite side to engage with a washer, and he riveted thereto, forming an eyelet, and preventing the Wear of the king-bolt on the reach.
What I claim as my invention, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-- The combination, with the axle A and sandboard B, of the wear-plates F F, having the hollow stud b and flange e, the sustaining-bolts G, having posts d, the reach H, having flanged tube f and Washer, and the king-bolt E, all constructed and combined substantially as described and shown.
BENJAMIN W. CHASE.
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H. S. SPRAGUE, O. E. HUEsTIs.
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