Bon 11-139 Hardened Steel Bricklayer's Tapered Line Pins, 6-Pack

Bon 11-139 Hardened Steel Bricklayer's Tapered Line Pins, 6-Pack

List Price: $6.55
Price: $6.58
Bon's tapered line pins are made from hardened steel for durability. The tapered ends allow for easier insertion. There are 6 pins included in the package.
18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 2/0 Pin Size, 0.141" Large End Diameter, 0.125" Small End Diameter, 3/4" Length (Pack of 10)

18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 2/0 Pin Size, 0.141" Large End Diameter, 0.125" Small End Diameter, 3/4" Length (Pack of 10)

List Price: $13.07
Price: $13.07
The 18-8 stainless steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. The 18-8 stainless steel material provides strength and offers good corrosion resistance in many environments. The material may be slightly magnetic.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.
Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 3 Pin Size, 0.219" Large End Diameter, 0.177" Small End Diameter, 2" Length (Pack of 25)

Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 3 Pin Size, 0.219" Large End Diameter, 0.177" Small End Diameter, 2" Length (Pack of 25)

List Price: $8.55
Price: $8.55
The steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. Steel is often used in applications where strength is the primary consideration.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.
The Hillman Group 556 Taper Pin, 2/0 x 1-Inch, 12-Pack

The Hillman Group 556 Taper Pin, 2/0 x 1-Inch, 12-Pack

List Price: $10.79
Price: $10.79
A taper pin is a steel rod with one end having a slightly larger diameter than the other. Preferred for parts which have to be taken apart frequently and when absolute alignment is required.
18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 6 Pin Size, 0.341" Large End Diameter, 0.299" Small End Diameter, 2" Length (Pack of 5)

18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 6 Pin Size, 0.341" Large End Diameter, 0.299" Small End Diameter, 2" Length (Pack of 5)

List Price: $23.74
Price: $23.74
The 18-8 stainless steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. The 18-8 stainless steel material provides strength and offers good corrosion resistance in many environments. The material may be slightly magnetic.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.
Carbon Steel Taper Pin Assortment (100 Pieces), Plain Finish, Inch, With Case

Carbon Steel Taper Pin Assortment (100 Pieces), Plain Finish, Inch, With Case

List Price: $49.26
Price: $49.26
The 100-piece carbon steel taper pin assortment with plain finish includes taper pins in various sizes and comes in a compartmented plastic case for storage and organization. Each pin is tapered consistently at 1/4" for every 12" length. The pins are made from carbon steel for strength. The material is magnetic.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place. Taper pins are tapered consistently across the body of the pin so that one end has a slightly larger diameter than the other. Spring pins are slotted or coiled to expand to fit the diameter of a hole, which should be smaller than the diameter of the pin.

What's in the Box?

  • (2) #0 x 3/4" taper pins
  • (2) #0 x 1" taper pins
  • (3) #0 x 1-1/4" taper pins
  • (3) #0 x 1-1/2" taper pins
  • (2) #0 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (2) #1 x 3/4" taper pins
  • (3) #1 x 1" taper pins
  • (3) #1 x 1-1/4" taper pins
  • (3) #1 x 1-1/2 taper pins
  • (2) #1 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (2) #1 x 2" taper pins
  • (2) #2 x 3/4" taper pins
  • (2) #2 x 1" taper pins
  • (3) #2 x 1-1/4" taper pins
  • (3) #2 x 1-1/2" taper pins
  • (2) #2 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (3) #2 x 2" taper pins
  • (2) #2 x 2-1/4" taper pins
  • (3) #3 x 1" taper pins
  • (3) #3 x 1-1/4" taper pins
  • (3) #3 x 1-1/2" taper pins
  • (3) #3 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (3) #3 x 2" taper pins
  • (2) #3 x 2-1/4" taper pins
  • (2) #3 x 2-1/2" taper pins
  • (2) #3 x 2-3/4" taper pins
  • (1) #3 x 3" taper pins
  • (2) #4 x 1" taper pins
  • (2) #4 x 1-1/4" taper pins
  • (3) #4 x 1-1/2" taper pins
  • (3) #4 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (1) #4 x 2" taper pins
  • (1) #4 x 2-1/4" taper pins
  • (1) #4 x 2-3/4" taper pins
  • (1) #4 x 3" taper pins
  • (2) #5 x 1-1/2" taper pins
  • (3) #5 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (2) #5 x 2" taper pins
  • (1) #5 x 2-1/4" taper pins
  • (1) #5 x 2-1/2" taper pins
  • (1) #5 x 2-3/4" taper pins
  • (1) #5 x 3" taper pins
  • (2) #6 x 1-1/2" taper pins
  • (2) #6 x 1-3/4" taper pins
  • (2) #6 x 2" taper pins
  • (1) #6 x 2-1/4" taper pins
  • (1) #6 x 2-3/4" taper pins
  • (1) #6 x 3" taper pins
  • (1) plastic case
18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 0 Pin Size, 0.156" Large End Diameter, 0.14" Small End Diameter, 3/4" Length (Pack of 10)

18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 0 Pin Size, 0.156" Large End Diameter, 0.14" Small End Diameter, 3/4" Length (Pack of 10)

List Price: $5.79
Price: $5.79
The 18-8 stainless steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. The 18-8 stainless steel material provides strength and offers good corrosion resistance in many environments. The material may be slightly magnetic.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.
Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 6 Pin Size, 0.341" Large End Diameter, 0.305" Small End Diameter, 1-3/4" Length (Pack of 25)

Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 6 Pin Size, 0.341" Large End Diameter, 0.305" Small End Diameter, 1-3/4" Length (Pack of 25)

List Price: $29.71
Price: $22.78
The steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. Steel is often used in applications where strength is the primary consideration.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.
Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 6 Pin Size, 0.341" Large End Diameter, 0.279" Small End Diameter, 3" Length (Pack of 10)

Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 6 Pin Size, 0.341" Large End Diameter, 0.279" Small End Diameter, 3" Length (Pack of 10)

List Price: $13.78
Price: $13.78
The steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. Steel is often used in applications where strength is the primary consideration.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.
18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 7 Pin Size, 0.409" Large End Diameter, 0.367" Small End Diameter, 2" Length (Pack of 5)

18-8 Stainless Steel Taper Pin, Plain Finish, Meets ASME B18.8.2, Standard Tolerance, 7 Pin Size, 0.409" Large End Diameter, 0.367" Small End Diameter, 2" Length (Pack of 5)

List Price: $5.88
Price: $5.74
The 18-8 stainless steel taper pin has a plain finish, meets American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B18.8.2 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The taper pin has a diameter that tapers along the length of the pin for installing in tapered holes to position and secure components. The 18-8 stainless steel material provides strength and offers good corrosion resistance in many environments. The material may be slightly magnetic.Pins are non-threaded cylindrical fasteners that are inserted into one or more holes to fix a component's position, join components, or maintain alignment between them. Several different pin styles fit a variety of application and installation requirements. Dowel pins, for example, have a solid shaft that is often rounded or beveled at the ends. Quick-release pins have a button, handle, or ring at one end that releases retractable balls at the other end to act as a lock-and-release mechanism. Clevis pins have a head at one end and one or more cross holes at the other end that allow insertion of cotter pins to lock components in place. Cotter pins have two prongs that can be inserted into the hole of clevis pins or other fasteners and bent to secure them in place.