DIN 1436 Clevis Pin with Large Head & 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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