Pivot Point, Inc. 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.


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Product Name Notes
Bent Pins from Pivot Point feature a handle and pin bent in a one-piece configuration. Bent pins are a low cost pin available with a hole or groove for applications...
Detent Clevis Pins feature a ball detent that depresses and springs up to hold the Clevis Pin into place. Used for assembly speed or where cotter pins are difficult to...
Pivot Point manufactures Clevis Pins in-house. Clevis Pins may also be called Hitch Pins, Cold Headed Pins, Headed Pins or Cold Formed Pins. Wide stock selection and highly customizable -...
Pivot Point manufactures Clevis Pins with grooves in-house. Clevis Pins may also be called Hitch Pins, Cold Headed Pins, Headed Pins or Cold Formed Pins. Only the finest cold heading...
Quick Release Ball Detent Pins from Pivot Point feature a ball detent that depresses and springs back up for "quick release" applications. Used as a convenient way to adjust or...
Quick-Release Ball Detent Pins from Pivot Point feature a ball detent that depresses and springs back up to retain the pin. Commonly used as a convenient way to adjust or...

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