G.L. Huyett Datasheets for Hitch Pins and Linch Pins

Hitch pins and their variations are simple forms of hardware used to temporarily mount or conjoin mating components. Linch pins are specifically designed to retain wheels or other rotating devices on their axles, but can be used as a fastener as well. Both of these types of pins require mating holes and some form of a lock to be effective.


Hitch Pins and Linch Pins: Learn more

Product Name Notes
Lynch Pins A solid pin with an attached self-locking ring that snaps down firmly to hold the part securely in place. The pins are also available with a heavy duty ring for...
Detent Pins Detent pins are designed to use in temporary quick disconnect operations. The pin has a ball bearing on one end with a steel spring works that depresses and springs out...
Hitch Pins Hitch pins are used to attach trailers and various turf and agricultural implements. Manufactured from heat treated steel with swivel handle.
Snap Pins Innovations in three-point pin designs have accelerated in recent years, as these devices are now available in more styles and materials than ever before. Most of the designs have been...
Positive Lock Pins Self-locking pins are made from precision materials using more sophisticated production techniques. The convenient features of a single-piece design are available for highly demanding applications and where repetitive usage is...
Clevis Pins Solid pin with standard flat head that secures with a wire formed pin through a hole drilled in the opposite end. Clevis pins are used as a quick and secure...