Automotion stock a wide range of clevis pins and clips, available in Steel, Stainless and Plastic depending on the required application.
At Automotion Components we pride ourselves on being experts on components in motion, whether linear or rotary. Our range of rotary components includes rod ends, clevis joints, ball and socket joints, precision spur gears, flex pivots, turnbuckles, gear boxes and rigid couplings. As these are specialist parts don't hesitate to get in touch with our technical engineers who can help with calculations and choose the right products for your application.
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Stainless steel clevis pins in stock. For use with R3402 - R3403 (clevis joints) and R3447 (circlips)
Silver zinc-plated safety fastener. Easily assemble and remove by hand without special tools. Compatible with clevis
Yellow zinc-plated safety fastener. Easily assemble and remove by hand without special tools. Compatible with clevis pins.
Silver zinc-plated safety fastener. Easily assemble and remove by hand without special tools.
A2 Stainless cotter pins, manufactured to DIN 94 (ISO 1234). Technical Information Available.
Plastic clevis pin available from stock. For use with R3409 (clevis joints) and R3446 (circlips).
Stainless Steel circlips, manufactred to DIN 471. For use with R3454 and R3402-R3403.
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We are entering the next phase of our relocation to a larger factory in Chichester, West Sussex. The next few weeks will see products start to be moved from our current site in Cranleigh, Surrey to the new warehouse.
There are thousands of parts to be relocated and whilst we are doing our best to ensure a smooth transition, this may cause slight delays to some shipments.
We expect to be have all parts relocated and full production capability for our new 35,000ft² facility running by mid-March. Thank you for your understanding.Continue to Website