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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The cotter pin was not installed in the clevis pin at the outboard end of the landing gear actuator rod.
It connects to the forks using either 0.75-inch eyebolts, or by chaining the attachment to the forklift using two clevis pins. Automation Devices, forkrhino.com.
Furlers and top swivels have retained clevis pins and top swivels have a snag-free low profile shackle pin head.
The telescoping arms can be adjusted using clevis pins and safety clips to a range of settings to accommodate bulk bags from 32- to 47-in.
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. All swivels are precision machined from high grade stainless steel.
It consists of male and female plugs, connectors, receptacles, insulators and contacts, and accessory products, such as clevis pins, receptacle castings, dust cover caps, gaskets, and couplers.
* clevis pins, washers and cotter pins replacing the E clips