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Clevis pins are non-threaded fasteners used to connect two or more materials while allowing free rotation. They consist of a head that acts as a stopper and a shank with a hole at the end. Functioning like bolts, they are inserted in pre-drilled holes on the materials. The hole at the end of the clevis pin accepts a cotter pin or split pin to keep them in place. Clevis pins are normally used in towing connections and securing farming and industrial equipment to name a few.