US173245A - Improvement in spring saddle-clips - Google Patents

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  • This invention relates to an improvement in the clip for securing carriage-springs to the axle, specially adapted for that class in which the spring is setriat right angles to orv across the axle, and commonly called axle saddleclip]7 the object of the'invention being chiey to form an extended support for the clip on the axle to sustain the lspring transversely; and the invention consists in constructing the clip with lateral projections or bearings from each-side, as more fully hereinafter described.
  • A is the bodr of the clip, in ,width substantially that of the spring to be secured, and in length sufficient to afford a substantial seat for the spring, these proportions varying according to the size of the spring.
  • an ear, B is formed, through which the bolt ends of the spring-clip are passed t0 secure the spring to the saddle, these ears being bored for the bolt ends to pass through.
  • the clip-arms C extend downward, distant from ,each other the width 4ot' the axle, and so as to pass down each side ot' the axle, While the saddle rests upon the upper side.
  • the lower end ot' these arms is threaded, so as to allow the clip-bar' tobe passed down to the ends and secured by nuts.
  • a lip, D is projected from each side at the center, and so as to lie upon the upper surfacel of the axle, and thus form a brace, as it were, against lat- 'eral or rocking strain.

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W. s. WARD. .SPRING SADDLE-CLIP. ,NO 173Z45" Patented Feb. 8,1876.
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n UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
y.WILLIAM S, WARD, `OF PLANTSVILLE, CONNECTICUT, ASSIGNOR TO H. D.
SMITH 8U CO., OF SAME PLACE.
IMPROVEMENT IN SPRING SADDLE-CLIPS.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 173,245, dated February 8, 1876; application filed October 26, 1875. l
To all whom t may concern:
Be it known that I, WILLIAM S. WARD, of Plantsville, in the county of Hartford and State of Connecticut, have invented a new Saddle-Clip for Carriages; and I do hereby declare the following, when'taken in connection with the accompanying` drawings and the letters ot reference marked thereon, to be a full, clear, and exact description of the same, and which said drawings constitute part of this specification, and represent, in-
Fignre 1, side View; Fig. 2, top or plan view; Fig. 3, transverse central section on line This invention relates to an improvement in the clip for securing carriage-springs to the axle, specially adapted for that class in which the spring is setriat right angles to orv across the axle, and commonly called axle saddleclip]7 the object of the'invention being chiey to form an extended support for the clip on the axle to sustain the lspring transversely; and the invention consists in constructing the clip with lateral projections or bearings from each-side, as more fully hereinafter described.
A is the bodr of the clip, in ,width substantially that of the spring to be secured, and in length sufficient to afford a substantial seat for the spring, these proportions varying according to the size of the spring.
Near each end of the body, and upon each side, an ear, B, is formed, through which the bolt ends of the spring-clip are passed t0 secure the spring to the saddle, these ears being bored for the bolt ends to pass through.
From the underside the clip-arms C extend downward, distant from ,each other the width 4ot' the axle, and so as to pass down each side ot' the axle, While the saddle rests upon the upper side. The lower end ot' these arms is threaded, so as to allow the clip-bar' tobe passed down to the ends and secured by nuts.
In order to extend the bearing up ou the axle, to prevent the transverse strain otithe spring from tipping the saddle, a lip, D, is projected from each side at the center, and so as to lie upon the upper surfacel of the axle, and thus form a brace, as it were, against lat- 'eral or rocking strain.
I claimy As an .article ot' manufacture, the hereindescribed saddle-clip, consisting ot' the body A, constructed with the clip-ears B, the cliparms C, and the bearing-lips D, all substantially as shown and described.
, WILLIAM S. WARD. Witnesses:
J oHN E. EARLE, CLARA BRoUGHToN.
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