Clevis Pins, 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 other items from moving relative to each other – but is less adjustable as it holds two parts in exactly one position.
They are less likely to be worked loose due to vibration, and this is why clevis pins are often found in machinery that is used in agriculture.
Also, they are often found in car braking systems, chandlery, sailing bolts, towing and gardening machinery.
They are fastened with a cotter pin, R clip or similar fastening device to fix the clevis pin in place.
Available as standard in stainless steel.
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|