clevis pin


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clevis pin

[′klev·əs ‚pin]
(design engineering)
A fastener with a head at one end, used to join the ends of a clevis.
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Clevis pins are heat treated to prevent pin damage when using steel shackles.
Other items on Hostetter's repair-kit checklist for backpackers include an assortment of needles and safety pins, rubber bands, threads, dental floss, parachute cord, a small "multi-tool," and spare buckles and clevis pins.
The patent-pending Quick Hitch targets "lawn and garden" type trailers historically using Clevis Pins as the form of hook-up to now be used on any size "ball hitch".
clevis pins, washers and cotter pins replacing the E clips
The molded ABS/polyurethane plastic body and seat are secured to the powder-coated steel frame with sturdy clevis pins, and the 20" rear wheels are cambered for stability on any surface.