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    Clevis Pin Assortments

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Clevis Pins. Clevis Pin Assortments.
    Image of Product. Front orientation. Clevis Pins. Clevis Pin Assortments.
    With a range of sizes, you can use these assortments to secure a variety of parts. Pins have a flat, low-profile head to fit in tight spaces. Slide a cotter pin (not included) into the hole to secure.
    Spring Steel—Stronger than stainless steel, these pins won't deform from stress and vibration. They perform best in dry environments since moisture will cause them to rust.
    Zinc-Plated Spring Steel—These pins withstand occasional exposure to moisture. However, since friction from moving parts can wear away the finish, they're not ideal for wet environments. While not nearly as corrosion resistant as stainless steel, they are stronger and won’t deform under stress.
    18-8 Stainless Steel—The choice for wet and outdoor environments, these pins resist rusting. They're strong enough to fasten most components but won't withstand stress and vibration as well as steel.
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    Spring Steel
    1203/16" to 3/8" Dia.Plastic Box000000000000000
     
    Zinc-Plated Spring Steel
    1203/16" to 3/8" Dia.Plastic Box00000000000000
     
    18-8 Stainless Steel
    1203/16" to 3/8" Dia.Plastic Box000000000000000
     
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