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Nylon Louver Pins

Nylon Louver Pins

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Shutter pins are utilized when constructing new plantation shutters. 

They support the louvers in the shutter panel, and allow the louver to rotate. The narrow end ofshutter pin the shutter pin is inserted into the louver. The larger end of the shutter pin is inserted into the stile or frame. A washer is molded into the shutter pin which prevents the louver from rubbing the inside of the shutter stile allowing for smooth operation of the louvers.
 
The end of the shutter pin that is .240 inches in diameter is inserted into the Stile. A 1/4 inch diameter hole or drill bit is required. The other end of the shutter pin that is .140 inches in diameter is inserted into the Louver. A hole or drill bit that is 5/32 inch or 9/64 inch is required.
 
Note: If you need to get a louver back into an existing panel you should order the Louver Repair Pin which is spring loaded.Made in USA
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Owner
These pins were exactly what was shown on the website and they fit my existing louver holes without any drilling. I am very happy with my purchase. I would highly recommend you try to fix it yourself as it was very easy.
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Reviewed by:  from Home. on 5/15/2016
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Guy in charge of stuff
No nuclear science here, but the pins are consistently uniform, manufactured to good tolerances, strong. They do the job they were intended for. I've no reason to doubt they'll probably outlive me.
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Reviewed by:  from North Carolina. on 10/19/2017
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Mr.
Quick service - fair price - easy to install - happy with purchase - thank you!
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Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 9/27/2017
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Shutter
Great products, finished the first custom made shutter.
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Reviewed by:  from AZ. on 6/21/2017
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Craftsman
I don't normally do repair work, but a neighbor knew I did woodwork (I build custom furniture) and asked me if I could fix an old louvered shutter for their historic home, since if I couldn't he'd have to basically replace every shutter on the house to get them to match. I said I'd be happy to give it a shot. He brought me a pile of ratty, dry-rotted boards, lol. With the help of these pins from Shutter Medic, I came out looking like a magician, thanks!
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Reviewed by:  from West Point Ga.. on 5/17/2017
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