Hold rods or shafts in place with these slim, flexible cotter pins. Also known as split pins or hitch pin clips, they're often used to secure hitch pins and clevis pins.
Slide these pins through holes in rods and shafts then pull apart and bend back the prongs of the pin. They are the most common type used on clevis pins.
Clip these pins onto rods and shafts. Their hairpin shape allows installation and removal without bending.
Insert these pins and hit the head with a hammer to split the pin ends and lock them in place.
Use on grooved clevis pins in place of retaining rings.