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Publication numberUSRE23166 E
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 8, 1949
Filing dateJun 18, 1946
Publication numberUS RE23166 E, US RE23166E, US-E-RE23166, USRE23166 E, USRE23166E
InventorsJames Edward Owen
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Loading device for trucks or
US RE23166 E
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J. E. OWEN Nov. 8, 1949 LOADING DEVICE FOR TRUCKS OR OTHER MOBILE VEHICLES 5 Sheets-Sheet 1 Original Filed June 18, 1946 .INVENTOR. James 15? 0W6)? ATTCIRN EYS LOADING DEVICE FOR TRUCKS OR OTHER MOBILE VEHICLES .Y

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I LOADING DEVICE FOR TRUCKS OR OTHER MOBILE VEHICLES Original Filed June 18, 1946 5 Sheets-Sheet 5 INVENTOR. Jazvwfi five/7 ATTORNEYS Reiuued Nov. 8, 1949 LOADING navrca ron nations on. o'rmm MOBILE VEHICLES James Edward Owen, Asheville, N. 0., assignor to Owen Foundation, Incorporated, Buncombe County, N. 0.

Original No. 2,441,591, dated May 18, 1948, Serial No. 677,543, June 18, 1946. Application for reissue June 13, 1949, Serial No. 102,382

This invention relates to a loading device which is particularly designed to provide a device which installed on a truck or other vehicle will permit the operator thereof to load his truck without the use of additional equipment.

The use of such a load cuts loading and digging costs since it eliminates the need of extra equipment. It will have time since trucks so equipped will not have to stand in line to be filled.

An object of the invention is to provide a loader that is durable in use operated by hydraulic action having a minimum of moving parts which will perform its tasks in an expeditious and efib cient manner and can be installed on any type of conventional truck or other vehicle in use at the present time.

With the above and other objects and advantages in view the invention consists of the novel details of construction, arrangement and combination of parts more fully hereinafter described, claimed and illustrated in the accompanying drawings in which:

Figure 1 is an elevational view of an embodiment of the invention installed on a dump truck;

Figure 2 is a front view of the loader per se;

Figure 3 is a top plan view thereof;

Figure 4 is a sectional view on the line H of Figure 1;

Figure 5 is an elevational view of the front saddle; I

Figure 6 is a sectional view on the line 6-6 of Figure 5;

Figure 7 is a top plan view of the bar and supports connecting front and rear saddles;

Figure 8 is a detailed fragmentary view of one end of the tie rod;

Figure 9 is an elevational view of a side arm:

Figure 10 is a sectional view on the line [IL-Ill of Figure 9;.

Figure 11 is a sectional view on the line lI-l l of Figure 9;

Figure 12 is a sectional view on the line l2-i2 of Figure 9;

Figures 13 to 17 inclusive are diagrammatical views of the loader in operation; and

Figure 18 is a diagrammatical view of the hydraulic control system.

Referring more in detail to the drawing the reference numeral 20 designates a dump or similar truck to which the loader embodying the invention is attached.

The means for mounting the loader on the truck comprises a rear saddle 22 as best shown in Figure 4 which comprises the top bar 24 hav-. ing the straight portion 26 and inclined portions 8 Claims. (Cl. 214-78) 28 which are bent downward at 30 to form the aligned vertical portions 32.

i The straight portion 25 is secured at 34 to the upper longitudinal edge of the truck frame channel members 36 and angular members 38 are secured by welding or the like at 40 to the straight portion 26, at 42 to the vertical sides of the members 35, and at 44 to the lower end of the portions 32.

Secured to the members 38 at their point of angularity 46 by fasteners 48 is the tubular tie rod 50 and the saddle 22 is positioned or mounted on the truck directly below the rearmost transverse edge of the cab 52 of the truck 20.

Mounted forwardly of the saddle 22 at the rear edge of the front fenders 54 of the truck 20 is the under frame 56 which is best seen in Figure 5 and this frame comprises the horizontally disposed beam 58 having the vertical members Bil se cured at 62 to the beam 58 and at 64 to the truck frame 36. A plate underlies the frame 36 and secured thereto at 68 to the member Gil and at 10 to the frame 36 and a short vertical memberspaced "from in parallel relation with the members is secured by welding or the like at 12 to the beam 58 and at H by welding or the like to the plate 56.

Secured to the outer opposite ends of the beam 58 and to the portions 32 at 16 and i8 respectively are the inverted T-bars which form the side frames and supports for the loader.

Secured by welding to the bars 80 adjacent the ends of the beam 58 are the arcuate arms 82 which are secured by welding or the like at 84 to the vertical bar 86 which is secured at 88 to the bars 80. Secured in contact with the bars 80 by the same securing means for the bars are the arms 90 and spacers 92 are positioned intermediate the arms 90 and the bars 80 to compensate for the base of the bars and to align the arms 90. At the forward end of the arms 90 a shaft 94 journaled in the arms and in the bars 80 pivotally mount the A frame 95 thereon and a triangular brace 98 secured to the forward end of the bars 80 act as stops for the lifting arms Hill for the A frame 96 as well as stops llll secured by welding to the members 82.

Pivoted on the arms 90 at I02 are the hydraulic units comprising cylinders llll having the pistons I06 therein which are connected at I08 to the plate H0 welded to the arms illll adjacent the pivot 94 and the cylinders Hi4 cause the actuation of the arms through the proper manipulation of controls mounted in the cab- 50 at a convenient l cation to the driver thereof.

aaico 3 Secured to the arms I adjacent the plate III are the brackets 2 to which are connected at III the hydraulic units or rams II which are connected at III to the triangular plates I20 secured to the second arms I22 which are pivoted at I24 to the lifting arms Ill and a bearing plate I26 is mounted on the pivot I24 intermediate of the arms I00 and I22. A semicircular flange I28 connected to the lifting arm I00 is spaced from and follows the contour of the plate I20. A bearing I" is secured by welding in the arm I00 and retained therein by circular rings or braces I32 secured interiorly of the arms I00 and sectional nuts I are secured on the pivot I24 by bolts I26. The pivot 04 is provided with a lubrication fitting Ill in the arms I00 and a bucket, I40 is secured to the free ends of the second arms I22 by fasteners I42 and tubular spacing members 4 A-frame, saddles on'said truck frame, side frames connected to the opposite ends of said saddles Ill are secured to the free ends of the arms I00.

Secured to the rear of the cab 50 on the dump body of the truck are T-shaped supports I46 on which the second arms I22 rest when the loader is in position for movement of the truck.

The loader operates by hydraulic pressure using oil and the arrangement for the operation of the loader is shown in Figure 18 wherein there is shown the reservoir tank I48 connected to the pump I50 which in turn is connected to control valves I52 and I5, valve I52 being for the operation of rams IIS and valve I54 for the operation of cylinders I00.

Thus when in operation the loader is driven into a pile of dirt or other material to be moved and the bucket is pushed into the dirt to be filled and then elevated to dump the contents thereof into the truck. a

Thus the driver can load his truck and after the loading thereof position the loader in carrying position and move the truck to further dump the contents thereof at any desired locatiom It is believed that the operation and construction of the invention will be apparent to those skilled in the art and it is to be understood that changes in the details of construction, operation and arrangement of parts may be resorted to provided they fall within the spirit of the invention and the scope of the appended claims.

Having thus described the invention, what is claimed as new and desired to be secured by Letters Patent is: v

1. A device of the character described, in combination with a truck having 'a body and a frame, comprising transverse parallel saddles secured to the frame below the body, side frame secured to said'saddles at the outer ends thereof on opposite sides of said chassis in parallel relation to each other, A-frames-secured to said side frames at the forward ends thereof, hydraulically actuated cylinders pivotally connected to said ,A- frames and said side frames for the raising and lowering of said A-frames, parallel spaced arms pivotally connected to said A-frames, a bucket secured to the free ends of said arms, a hydraulically actuated cylinder connected to said arm frame and said arms for the raising and lowering of said arms, and means for supporting said arms when said A-frame is in raised position.

2. The invention as in claim 1, wherein stops are provided on said arms, and said A-frame for connecting the hydraulic'cylinders thereto.

'4. A loading attachment for trucks having a for supporting said A-frame forwardly of the truck body, a pair of parallel opposed arms pivotally connected to the opposite sides of said A- frame, and adapted for vertical swinging movement with regard to said truck frame, on opposite sides thereof, a bucket secured to the forward ends of said arms, hydraulically actuated cylinders connected to said side frames and said A- frame for the raising and lowering of said A- frame, hydraulically operated cylinders connected to said arms and said A-frame for the raising and lowering of said arms, and means on said body for supporting said arms when in full raised position.

5. The combination with the frame of a vehicle of the character described of a lifting arm on each side of said frame, means supporting said lifting arms on said frame for rocking movement about an axis extending transversely of said frame, a second arm carried by each lifting arm, said second arms being mounted, respectively, for rocking movement about a second axis parallel to the axis about which the lifting arms may be rocked, a bucket mounted upon the free ends of said second arms, means for rocking said lifting arms about said first mentioned axis, and

hydraulic mechanism including a hydraulically operable unit connected to each lifting arm and the second arm associated therewith, for effecting simultaneous angular movement of said second arms and bucket about said second axis under the close control of the operator.

6. The combination with the frame of a vehicle of the character described of a lifting arm on each side of said frame, means supporting said lifting arms on said frame for rocking movement ing arm and the second arm associated therewith, said units being operable in unison to effect simultaneous rocking movement of said second arms and bucket under the close control of the operator.

7. The combination set forth in claim 6 in which each of said hydraulically actuated units comprises a cylinder and a piston and piston rod working therein, the cylinder being pivotally connected to one of said arms and the piston and piston rod being pivotally connected to the associated arm.

8. The combination with the frame of a vehicle having thereon means defining ansoperators station, of a load receiving bucket, and mechanism for moving said bucket from a digging position forwardly of the frame at the ground level upwardly and rearwardly over the operator's station to a dumping position and returning the same to digging position, said mechanism including a lifting member on each side of the frame, each such member being supported on the frame in such manner that a portion thereoi. may be moved forwardly and rearwardly of the truck g body and a frame, comprising a vertical swinging frame, means for actuating said lifting members inunisomanarmmountedoneachsuchmembeer for rocking movement relatively thereto, said load receiving bucket being rigidly mounted upon and connecting said arms, and hydraulic mechnnism for rocking said arms'and moving said bucket independently or said lifting members,

said mechanism including a hydraulically op-

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