Clevis Pins, which are also referred to as link pins or hinge pins consist of a head, shank and a cross-drilled hole.
Much like a set screw, clevis pins are used to prevent two items from moving relative to each other but are less adjustable as they hold to parts in exactly one position. Clevis pins are often found in machinery that is used in agriculture due to their low probability of being worked loose due to vibration.
They can also be found in car braking systems, chandlery, sailing bolts, towing and gardening machinery.
They are fastened using a cotter pin, R clip or similar fastening device that fixes the clevis pin in place.
Available as standard in stainless steel in lengths from 9.2mm to 34.5mm, with larger sizes available as specials.
Please contact us with your requirements to further your enquiry.
Technical Data & Available Sizes
|4 x 12 x 9.2mm|
|5 x 14 x 11.5mm|
|6 x 18 x 14.5mm|
|8 x 22 x 18.7mm|
|10 x 28 x 23.5mm|
|12 x 35 x 28.2mm|
|14 x 40 x 31.5mm|
|16 x 45 x 34.5mm|