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Cotter Pins

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Use cotter pins to lock a castle nut or secure a clevis pin. A cotter pin is easy to install and remove and is commonly used to secure a wheel or machine component on an axle. A split pin has two long tines that are bent to hold it in place. Hairpin clips, also called r clips, are designed to slip on with no bending required. Keep Grainger cotter pins on hand for speedy maintenance and repair of wheels and rotary machinery.Close

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  • Retaining Cotter Pin
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      Also known as split pins, cotter pins provide secure locking between two parts of a clevis fastener system. Easy to install and remove, they have two long tines that are bent in order to lock castle nuts or secure clevis pins.

      Multiple product options available

  • Extended Prong Hairpin Cotter Pin
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      Also known as bridge pins or hitch pin clips, hairpin cotter pins are commonly used with clevis pins and shafts, allowing quick assembly and disassembly of clevis fastener systems. They can accommodate wide groove diameter variation. The high shoulder design provides increased abutment.

      Multiple product options available

  • Extended Prong Retaining Cotter Pin
    • TM

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      Also known as split pins, cotter pins provide secure locking between two parts of a clevis fastener system. Easy to install and remove, they have two long tines that are bent in order to lock castle nuts or secure clevis pins.

      Multiple product options available

  • Extended Prong Cotter Pin
    • TM

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    • Multiple product options available

      Also known as split pins, cotter pins provide secure locking between two parts of a clevis fastener system. Easy to install and remove, they have two long tines that are bent in order to lock castle nuts or secure clevis pins.

      Multiple product options available

  • Hairpin Cotter Pin
    • TM

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      Also known as bridge pins or hitch pin clips, hairpin cotter pins are commonly used with clevis pins, allowing quick assembly and disassembly of clevis fastener systems.

      Multiple product options available

  • Cotter Pin
    • TM

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      Also known as split pins, cotter pins provide secure locking between two parts of a clevis fastener system. Easy to install and remove, they have two long tines that are bent in order to lock castle nuts or secure clevis pins.

      Multiple product options available

  • Hammerlock Cotter Pin
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      The extended curved prong provides secure locking between two parts. When you hammer the top of the cotter, the lower prong is forced forward, spreading the tines apart and locking the cotter into place.

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