Excavator Bucket Pins

A range of induction hardened steel bucket pins. Hardened to 50-55 HRc

45mm, 65mm, 80mm and 90mm to suit common excavator sizes

45mm pin dimensions:
260mm long with chamfered lead-in and 10mm bolt hole 15mm in from one end

65mm pin dimensions:
410mm long with chamfered lead-in and 16mm bolt hole 30mm in from one end

80mm pin dimensions:
490mm long with chamfered lead-in and 16mm bolt hole 30mm in from one end

90mm pin dimensions:
600mm long, with chamfered lead-in and 18mm bolt hole 30mm in from one end.


If you have a pin requirement not listed, please contact us as we manufacture both metric and imperial sizes.

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