DIN 1435 Clevis Pin with Head and cross-drilled hole by Material, Finish and Size
Clevis Pins are headed pins that consist of a head, an unthreaded shank and a hole. The purpose of a clevis pin is to form the removable part of a “U” shaped clevis fastener, being inserted through the two holes of the clevis joint or shackle. The clevis pin is locked in place either by a cotter pin, or by nut if the end of the clevis pin is threaded.
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DIN 1435 Clevis Pins by Metric Sizes
Clevis Pins are available on the FCH Network with metric diameters that range from M1 to M14, and with metric lengths that range from 35mm to 55mm.