toeplate


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toeplate

[′tō‚plāt]
(building construction)

toeplate

1. Same as kickplate, 2.
2. A flat metal bar attached to the outer edge of a metal grating or to the rear edge of a tread, and projecting above the top surface of the grating or tread so as to form a lip or curb.
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The same close inletting is found around the edges of the buttplate, for the sidelock screw washer and for the toeplate.
The toeplate may be held by either a clip or screws.
If there's no toeplate and you can't reach the idler and motor pulleys, you'll have to take off the rear panel, which is secured by screws.