pedrail


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pedrail

(ˈpɛdˌreɪl)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a type of wheel designed for use on rough terrain, consisting of a chain around the wheel with flat discs attached to the chain
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It fast forwards to author HG Wells' short story called The Land Ironclads, which featured in the Strand Magazine in 1903, describing iron-plated machines with retractable conning towers, armed with a canon and mounted on a pedrail system.
The British Pedrail proved too heavy and the American-made three-tracked Killen-Strait was too light.