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A clevis pin is a cylindrical fastener commonly used in mechanical linkages to connect two components, enabling a pivotal connection with the help of a U-shaped clevis. The pin passes through the holes in the clevis and the parts to be connected, facilitating controlled motion and rotation. Clevis pins are crucial for creating versatile and easily adjustable connections in applications such as automotive linkages, agricultural equipment, machinery, and various industrial settings. Secured in place by a cotter pin or similar retainer, clevis pins offer simplicity, reliability, and versatility in establishing movable connections between components, making them integral in diverse mechanical systems where articulation and rotation are essential.