Runners are the bottom part of the sled that slides along the snow. They usually are made of wood and are covered in plastic. Iditarod racers change the runners during the race, depending on the trail conditions.
Leather loops, which slide up and down and are used to keep the straps of a bridle in place.
The two metal blades upon which the skeleton sled rides.
loops of nylon webbing that are threaded or looped around chockstones, flakes, horns, or chickenheads for protection.
The strips of wood on which drawers slide.
strips of wood on which doors slide
a component used within the cash drawer that allows the drawer to slide open and shut.