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April 18, 1950
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J. A. MORRONE
2,504,568
ANTISKID DEVICE FOR TIRES
Filed July 24, 1948
I71 U672 707“
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112707-22 et‘ys
Patented Apr. 18, 1950
‘2,504,568
UNITED vS TATE-3S ‘
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12,504,568
ANTISKI'D I‘n‘iivIoE tron ‘Trans
Joseph 'A. Morrone, EWestei-Iy, an.
"Application Ju1y’24, 1948. serial No. 113L495
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"The 'object of 'my invention is "to provide »’'a
noveLeifective and inexpensive anti-skid'device
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'Fi‘gfg represents an inner plan view :of ‘the
device.
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for vehicle tires, which ‘device may ‘be readily
“"‘In‘Figs. 11, Zand 3 the anti-skid device is shown
attached directly to ‘and detached from the tire,
as "comprising an elastic solid portion I stretch
each‘ end of the device being provided with means 6:1 able‘across the tire tread and having a non-skid
for preventing the unintentional removal of‘the
tread‘ surface made up “of projections z and holes
device from the tire irrespective of the direction
3. Each end of the solid portion l is ‘provided
in‘w'hich the tire is‘rcta'ted.
with "a‘pair of inclined resilient end ‘portions 4
’My invention comprises ‘an anti-skid device
andt'fpermanently unitedwith the solid portion
having an elastic portion ‘which may ‘be stretched to l ‘and having widely separated inwardly ‘directed
across the tire tread, said elastic portion being
toothed ends 6 and l for biting into the'tire‘on
provided ‘at each end with-a pair ‘of end portions
opposite sides of 'its'tread.
of resilient material having inwardly directed
“In Figs. 4 and 5 'each'end 'of the elastic solid
ends, preferably toothed, said ends‘ being either
portion I of the anti-skid device is shown as pro
closely adjacent or widely separated, as desired.
v-ided with a pair of inclined resilient end portions
My invention also comprises an anti-skidde
Band ‘Q‘permanently united with the'solid‘ portion
vice ‘consisting of a resilient bar of the desired
‘I "and developed to provide closely adjacent in
cross sectional shape developed into‘a loopedpor
wardly turned toothed ends H2‘ and ‘H for biting
tion adapted to be stretched across the tire‘tr‘ead,
into-the tireon opposite sides of its tread.
said‘looped portion being provided ‘at each‘end 20 "In Figs. 6 and 7 ‘the'anti-skid device is shown
thereof with a pair of resilient end portions ter
asrcomprising a resilient ?at'bar developed into a
minating in inwardly directed ‘ends for biting
looped ‘portion 12 ‘adapted to be stretched "across
into the tire, said ends being preferably toothed
the tire tread, said looped ‘portion at each end’.
and ‘being located closely adjacent to each other.
thereof being divided and bent to form a pair of‘
‘My invention also comprises an anti-skid "de 25 inclined end portions [3 and H! terminating in.
vice ‘consisting of an ‘elastic solidportion, as rub
inwardly "directed ‘closely adjacent toothed ends.
l5 ‘and 1l 56 ‘for biting into the tire on opposite sides:
her, which may be stretched across the tire'tread,
of its“ tread.
said solid portion being provided at each end with
a pair of resilient and portions ‘terminating in'in
H In Figs. 8 and ‘9 the‘anti-skid device is'shown ‘as;
wardly directed ends for biting into the "tire on '30 comprising a resilient ?at "bar developed into a.
opposite sides of its tread.
looped portion ll ‘adapted to be stretched across5
Practical embodiments ‘of, my invention are
thejtire tread, ‘said looped ‘portion having at each
represented in the accompanying drawings in
end thereof a pair of inclined end portions wand
which:
l9 terminating in inwardly directed closely ad
Fig. 1 represents a detail side view of a tire 35 jacent toothed ends 20 and 2| for biting into
showing, in end elevation, one form of anti-skid
the tire on opposite sides of its tread. In this
device removably attached thereto;
form each of the end portions I 8 and I9 is the
Fig. 2 represents a cross section of the tire, the
anti-skid device being shown in side elevation;
full width of the looped portion, one of the end
portions being welded or otherwise permanently
Fig. 3 represents an outer plan view of the de 40 secured to the looped portion H, as shown at 122.
vice;
It will be noted in all of the forms shown that
Fig. 4 represents a detail side view of a tire
by providing the pair of end portions at each end
showing, in end elevation, another form of anti
of the intermediate portion with inwardly turned
skid device;
ends for biting into the tire on opposite sides
Fig. 5 represents an inner plan view of the 45 thereof, whether the ends be closely adjacent or
device;
widely separated, the unintentional separation
of the anti-skid device from the tire is prevented
when the tire is rotating in either direction.
It will also be noted that by the use of the pair
skid device;
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Fig. 7 represents an inner plan view of the de 50 of end portions at each end of the device the tend
ency of the device to creep along the tire and
vice;
cut it is eliminated as it provides two points of
Fig. 8 represents a detail side view of a tire
attachment at each side of the tire tread instead
showing, in end elevation, a fourth form of anti
of one as heretofore.
Fig. 6 rep-resents a detail side view of a tire
showing, in end elevation, a third form of anti
skid device; and
These features are very important because.
2,504,533
when only a single inclined end portion is pro
resilient end portions terminating in inwardly di
vided at each end of the device it will hold the
device tightly to the tire when the tire is rotating
in one direction but there is a tendency of the
device to become detached from the tire when
rected ends for biting into the tire on opposite
sides of its tread, the said elastic solid portion
being provided with holes.
the tire is rotating in the opposite direction.
7. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
an elastic solid portion stretchable across the tire
tread and provided at each end with a pair of
It is evident that various Changes may be made
in the construction, form and arrangement of the
resilient end portions terminating in inwardly di
several parts without departing from the spirit
and scope of my invention, and hence I do not 10 rected ends for biting into the tire on opposite
sides of its tread, the said elastic portion being
intend to be limited to‘ the particular embodi
provided with projections.
ments herein shown and described.
'8. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably
What I claim is:
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attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
1. An anti~skid device adapted to be removabl
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising 15 an elastic portion stretchable across the tire tread
and provided at each end with a pair of resilient 1
an elastic portion stretchable across the tire tread
end portions terminating in inwardly directed .
and provided at each end with a pair of resilient
ends for biting into the tire on opposite sides of.
closely adjacent ends for biting into the tire on ,
opposite sides of its tread.
an elastic portion stretchable across the tire tread
and provided at each end with a pair of resilient
end portions terminating in inwardly directed
9. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably
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its tread.
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
2. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably
an elastic portion stretchable across the tire tread
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
end portions terminating in inwardly directed
end portions terminating in inwardly directed 25 widely separated ends for biting into the tire on
and provided at each end with a pair of resilient
opposite sides of its tread.
10. An anti-skid device adapted to be remov
ably attached directly to a vehicle tire and com
3. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably
prising a resilient bar developed into a looped
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
an elastic solid portion stretchable across the tire 30 portion adapted to be stretched across the tire
tread and provided at each end with a pair of end
tread and provided at each end with a pair of
portions terminating in inwardly directed ends
resilient end portions terminating in inwardly di
for biting into the tire on opposite sides of its
rected ends for biting into the tire on opposite
tread.
sides of its tread.
11. An anti-skid device adapted to be remov
4. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably 35
ably attached directly to a vehicle tire and com
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
prising a resilient bar developed into a looped
an elastic solid portion stretchable across the tire
portion adapted to be stretched across the tire
tread and provided at each end with a pair of
tread and provided at each end with a pair of end
resilient end portions terminating in inwardly di
rected toothed ends for biting into the tire on 40 portions terminating in inwardly directed closely
adjacent ends for biting into the tire on opposite
opposite sides of its tread.
sides of its tread.
5. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably
12. An anti-skid device adapted to be remov
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
ably attached to a vehicle tire and comprising a
an elastic solid portion stretchable across the tire
tread and provided at each end with a pair of 45 resilient bar developed into a looped portion
adapted to be stretched across the tire tread.
resilient end portions terminating in inwardly di
said looped portion being divided at each end
rected ends for biting into the tire on opposite
into a pair of end portions terminating in in
sides of its tread, the said elastic solid portion
wardly directed ends for biting into the tire on
being provided with a non-skid surface.
6. An anti-skid device adapted to be removably 50 opposite sides of its tread.
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JOSEPH A. MORRONE.
attached directly to a vehicle tire and comprising
an elastic solid portion stretchable across the tire
No references cited.
tread and provided at each end with a pair of
toothed ends for biting into the tire on opposite
sides of its tread.
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