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clevis

[′klev·əs]
(design engineering)
A U-shaped metal fitting with holes in the open ends to receive a bolt or pin; used for attaching or suspending parts.
(mining engineering)
A spring hook or snap hook which, in coal mining, is used to attach the bucket to the hoisting rope. Also known as clivvy.

clevis

An iron (or a link in a chain) bent into the form of a horseshoe, stirrup, or letter U, with holes in the ends to receive a bolt or pin. (See illustration p. 218.)
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The clevis at the bottom center of the picture is chained to the end post.
Adapter: Clevis, rod end, 1 inch, NSN 5340-01-023-9801 (comes with tow bar) wivel pins, 1 inch, PN 12424566-004
Measure the distance between the eye or clevis of the hook and the end of the safety chain.
A medical grade version of the company's 18" pneumatic rubber bale cutter is fabricated from cold drawn steel, and the frame, blade holder, clevis and pin are hard nickel plated to prevent any carbon from weeping from the steel onto the product.
Install new clevis and cotter pin; bend cotter pin as shown
The clips, NSNs 5315-01-439-4165 and 5315-01-436-9974, are used to secure the headless pins at the clevis and lunette ends of the tow bar.
clevis pins, washers and cotter pins replacing the E clips
The improved swivels have a higher workload rating, some as high as 30 percent additional capacity, and can be purchased with either slot or hex head clevis pins.
Tenders are invited for Cylinder Rod Clevis Assembly For Bobrn Consisting Of Two Items -A Clevis Fork Plate 2- Nos And B Clevis Boss - 1- No Rdso Drg No: Wd-92081-S-56,Item-5.
Item NSN Qty Pintle 2540-00-776-0103 1 towing kit 2530-20-001-0650 1 clevis 5340-01-051-3609 2 Headed pin 5315-01-035-5307 2 Lock pin 5315-00-350-4326 2