Also known as cornpicker pins, clevis pins are reusable, nonthreaded fasteners that slide into holes on parts and allow them to swivel on the axis of the pin.
Drilled holes in these clevis pins allow them to be secured with cotter pins.
Place a cotter pin or retaining ring on each end of these clevis pins to hold them in place.
Multiple drilled holes in these pins allow them to be secured at the length needed for the job.
Fit the included E-style retaining ring into the groove at the end of these pins to lock them in place. They resist lateral movement better than standard clevis pins.
No need for cotter pins. A spring-loaded button at the end fixes these pins in place.