VIGRUE has been specialized in variety of high quality household tools production and sale for twelve years, and earns a great favor and support among customers around the world. This cotter pin R clip assortment kit is made of stainless steel, durable and anti-corrosion. 250 pieces in 6 sizes are well-organized in a neat size marking case to get the job done. Enjoy your shopping here!
- VIGRUE Cotter Pin assortment kit are made of premium quality heavy duty steel ensures a very long life of use in any workshop, no need to replace these.
- VARIETY Cotter Pins & R Clips- This cotter pin assortment contains 6 sizes of cotter pins and hairpin clips and 250pcs that meets all your needs for any mechanical, automotive, or small engine repair.
- Widely Application- Cotter pin and hair pin can hold for bolts and pins, used to Automotive, Mechanics, Car Garage, Workshop, Power Equipment, Cars, Trucks, Lawn Mower, Small Engine Repair & Fastening.
- CONVENIENT Storage Box- comes with a see-through portable storage case to keep all hitch pin clips clean and organized. The sizing labels on the flip side of the container make sure that you are as organized as possible.
- 100% Worry-free Purchase- Customers enjoy 12 months replacement and full refund guarantee. If you need any help, welcome to contact our after-sale service, VIGRUE provides 7/24 online service. “
Premium Heavey Duty Steel
Made Of premium quality heavy duty stainless steel, sturdy and durable. Zinc plated for long life protection and corrosion resistance.
Widely used for automotive, mechanics, car garage, workshop, power equipment, cars, trucks, lawn mower, Small engine repair & fastening.
How to Use
Insert the cotter pin into the hole of the bolt until the head of the pin rests against the bolt. Secure the cotter pin by spreading the prongs in opposite directions, using pliers if desired. Use diagonal cutters to cut excess length from either prong according to your needs. Cutting the prongs to the correct length helps when it is time to replace the pin. However, the prongs must be long enough to prevent the pin from slipping back out through the bolt.
If the cotter pin has a curve on one side rather than two straight prongs, ensure that the bolt rests firmly between the “v” on the cotter pin.