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#1 bsatriple

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Posted 19 May 2009 - 18:51

There was a company called Cop-Sil-Loy Inc that applied for a patent in 1950 for coating to be applied to friction material such as brake shoes to reduce fading. I believe it was a English Company. What ever anybody can provide would be most appreciated. Did it work and if so is anything like it around today.
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#2 Geoff E

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Posted 19 May 2009 - 20:03

It was American http://tinyurl.com/ofhpqt

They entered a car at Indy http://www.indy500.c...score/year/1953

#3 bsatriple

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Posted 20 May 2009 - 12:17

There was a company called Cop-Sil-Loy Inc that applied for a patent in 1950 for coating to be applied to friction material such as brake shoes to reduce fading. I believe it was a English Company. What ever anybody can provide would be most appreciated. Did it work and if so is anything like it around today.
thank you-new poster BSATRIPLE


Thank you for the information-great find-If no other-posts I will contact Ford heritage. I wonder if anyone has any more information-if the product worked and any details about. I really appreciate it. Thank you very much.