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Clevis Pins
Clevis Pins

Clevis pins are used together with clevis yokes and shackles, one end of the pin has a hole through which a cotter pin or a retaining spring is inserted to lock it closed.
Cotter Pins
Cotter Pins

Cotter mostly used with castle nuts, slotted nuts, and clevis yokes and pins. Once inserted through the hole, the cotter pin is locked in place by bending the ends open.
Dowel Pins
Dowel Pins

Dowel pins are used to prevent movement between 2 parts.
Spring Pins
Spring Pins

Cotter mostly used with castle nuts, slotted nuts, and clevis yokes and pins. Once inserted through the hole, the cotter pin is locked in place by bending the ends open.
Taper Pins
Taper Pins

Taper pins are used to prevent movement between 2 parts.
Threaded Taper Pins
Threaded Taper Pins

Threaded taper pins are used to prevent movement between 2 parts. The thread allows for easier extraction.
Groove Pins A
Groove Pins A

Type A pins have three full-length tapered grooves. They are used in applications that require locking effect and ease of assembly. They are often used in place of taper pins, rivets, set screws and keys. Typical applications include keying sprockets, gears, collars, knobs, handles, levers and wheels to shafts.
Groove Pins B
Groove Pins B

Type B Pins have three tapered grooves extending one-half the length of the pin. They are often used as hinges or pivot pins
Groove Pins C
Groove Pins C

Type C pins have three parallel grooves extending one-quarter their overall length. They are well suited for linkages or pivot applications. They are often used in some types of hinge applications. The long lead allows easy insertion.
Groove Pins D
Groove Pins D

Type D pins have three reverse taper grooves extending one-half the length of the pin, which permit easy insertion in blind holes, where they are used as a top pin, roller pivot, dowel, or for certain hinge or linkage applications.
Groove Pins E
Groove Pins E

Type E pins have three parallel half-length grooves located equidistant from each end. They are often used as T handles on valves and tools, as cross pins, cotter pins, pivot pins, or other applications that require center locking.
Woodruff Key
Woodruff Key

Woodruff keys have a flat top, flat sides, and a semi-circular curved bottom. Woodruff keys are used to assemble components on a shaft by fitting into a matching curved key slot to prevent rotation.