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  • Clevis Pivot Bracket supplier

    Have spent hours looking at many different suppliers products and cannot locate one in the size needed.

    Inside height needs to be 3.375 inches, material thickness 1/4" - 5/16"
    Tried MSC, SMC, Parker, Granger, Misumi and many more, although that is not to say I did overlook the availability from these.

    Any suggestions where these may be found.

    Thanks
    Ken


    Last edited by Ken_Shea; 05-09-2008, 09:40 AM.

  • #2
    What is it for? It looks like a bracket for the "V" shaped rollers you would find on a boat trailer. Maybe a marine supply outfit?
    Paying Attention Is Not That Expensive.

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    • #3
      Good thought ER, I will look into that.

      It will be used for support/pivot on a 2"x3.375 steel tubing beam.

      Ken

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      • #4
        That looks like maybe a Ronstan-Fico item (marine).
        Sit down when you read the catalogue!
        Just got my head together
        now my body's falling apart

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        • #5
          Sit down when you read the catalogue!

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          • #6
            Hell Ken, you ever seen a Ronstan catalogue??

            They bring out a price supplement about every other week
            Just got my head together
            now my body's falling apart

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            • #7
              S&S,
              Had never heard of them until your mention, I do know that boat stuff can be like purchasing aircraft parts though.


              .

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ken_Shea
                S&S,
                Had never heard of them until your mention, I do know that boat stuff can be like purchasing aircraft parts though.
                .
                Another reason why im in the marine sector

                I make a ton of that kinda thing through the year as everyone wants something thats not quite standard/stock. Shame your stateside or i woulda done one to your spec at cost for metal and P&P.

                anyway.... if all else fails not trying to be funny and all but... make one?

                what kind of load will it see?
                Last edited by sconisbee; 05-09-2008, 02:37 PM.

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                • #9
                  "Another reason why im in the marine sector"

                  Ditto, Sconisbee

                  I'm constantly amazed at the stupid things yachties want done. But I'm quite happy to take their money.

                  And we all know how hard that 316SS is to weld, machine, bend.....
                  Just got my head together
                  now my body's falling apart

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                  • #10
                    Looks like a bracket for a large Bimba air cylinder are and SMC air cyl.
                    Every Mans Work Is A Portrait of Him Self
                    http://sites.google.com/site/machinistsite/TWO-BUDDIES
                    http://s178.photobucket.com/user/lan...?sort=3&page=1

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Swarf&Sparks
                      I'm constantly amazed at the stupid things yachties want done. But I'm quite happy to take their money.
                      LMAO! dont get me started on yachties lol!, im lucky at the moment, got a bunch of work for refiting headers and exhaust pipes for an old lister deisel on a 30 year old fleet tender, the owner is ex navy and said and i quote "screw the finish just make 'er work and ill pay whatever" hes a real nice guy!

                      Hmm didnt think about a bracket for a cylinder, there must be someone that sells that stuff standard out there, (a clevis joint by any other name)

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                      • #12
                        Yup, do some work for retired Grey Funnel types down here too.

                        Funny how the attitude changes when they swallow the anchor and can't get the job on their private pinnace done by some poor bloody rating.
                        Just got my head together
                        now my body's falling apart

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Ken_Shea
                          Any suggestions where these may be found.


                          Any metal fab shop.

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                          • #14
                            Sconisbee,
                            Had I anticipated the difficulty and time wasted looking for one I could have made a dozen of em. Had I made one first, they would of course have been available any where for $5.

                            Don't know the load, this project is for another person.


                            Lane, you are correct

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Ken_Shea
                              Sconisbee,
                              Had I anticipated the difficulty and time wasted looking for one I could have made a dozen of em. Had I made one first, they would of course have been available any where for $5.

                              Don't know the load, this project is for another person.


                              Lane, you are correct
                              Lol always the way aint it, any time you make something you find it for a few pence, any time you want to find something stock, you spend hours looking and coulda made tons life is great aint it

                              hope you get it sorted

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