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Clevises

Clevises are available in nine standard sizes from CL20 to CL80. Each size can be drilled, tapped, and gripped to your specification.

 Available in:

 Clevis can be supplied in C-1035, ASTM A182 F-11, F22 and T316 stainless steel.

Threads: U.N.C./U.N.F. Class 2B, Metric, and ACME. All available in Right or Left hand

configurations.

Finish:     Self-Colored, Galvanized, Plated, Electro-Polished

Options:  Other Alloys; Heat Treating, Special Dimensions and Threading

Straight clevis pins are included with all standard clevises. Headed pins are available as needed.

Custom clevises and clevis pins are available upon request.

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  Table 1 Standard Clevis Demensions

Part #
Clevis #
D
N
U (Thread)
W
T
A
P (Pin)
Rated Capacity
Unit
Weight
CL20
2
1 7/16
5/8
5/8
1 1/16
5/16
+1/32/-0
3 9/16
3/4
3,500
1
CL25
2 1/2
2 1/2
1
7/8
1 1/4
5/16
+1/32/-0
4
1 1/2
7,500
2 1/2
CL30
3
3
1 1/4
1 3/8
1 1/2
1/2
+1/16/-1/32
5 1/16
1 3/4
15,000
4
CL35
3 1/2
3 1/2
1 1/2
1 1/2
1 3/4
1/2
+/-1/16
6
2
18,000
6
CL40
4
4
1 3/4
1 3/4
2
1/2
+/-1/16
5 15/16
2 1/4
21,000
9
CL50
5
5
2 1/2
2 1/8
2 1/2
5/8
+3/32/-0
7
2 1/2
37,500
16
CL60
6
6
2 3/4
2 3/4
3
3/4
+3/32/-0
8
3
54,000
26
CL70
7
7
3
3
3 1/2
7/8
+1/8/-1/16
9
3 3/4
68,500
36
CL80
8
8
4
4
4
1 1/2
+1/8/-1/16
10 1/8
4 1/4
135,000
90

Maximum working loads have been established with a design factor of 5:1 using the maximum pin diameter, the resulting net area of the eye at the pin hole, and the expected ultimate tensile strength of C-1035 steel.

The maximum tap size (U dimension) as shown in table 1, is for reference purposes only. It is shown only to illustrate the largest tap diameter the clevis may accommodate without considering the pin diameter.

If the pin is made from steel with physical properties lower in value than the steel used for the rod, the pin may not develop the strength of the rod and either shear or bend. A larger pin diameter would then be required.

Some combinations of tap size and pin diameter will not develop the maximum working load of the clevis shown in Table 1.

Selection of the rod and pin, and the material specifications including the clevis size are the responsibility of the purchaser or user. Load required should not exceed the maximum working load values shown in Table1.