Unlike other Yaeger tube mounts, this one will not spin in place. a few twists of the T handle expands the width of the base to tighten inside the risers. Finally, a yaeger pin that is lockable in place!
Please note, our Yaeger pin, while inspired by Cardellini’s Anderton pin, does not share the same dimensions or purpose. The Anderton pin fits in 1” diameter holes but does not fit in the risers for the Yaeger case cart. Our Yaeger pin is about 3/4″ at the base & only fits in the riser of the Caser cart. These pins do NOT work with the Yaeger pro. If you want a baby pin for the Yaeger top shelf or the Backstage TR-04 cart, get yourself an Anderton Pin (not a misspelling). If you want an umbrella pin for those carts, we make those now here!
the Yaeger Umbrella Pins work with any of the Sportbrella models: 3/4″ for the Super-brella and Core or 1″ for the Ultra-brella, Premiere, Premiere XL or Sunsoul models. please check the Sportbrella webpage carefully before ordering. To use the umbrella pin, you will have to remove the extension post on your Super & Ultra, remove the corkscrew on the Core, or remove the extension post & inner post plug on the Premiere, XL & Sunsoul models. These pins may work with other umbrellas that have either 3/4″ or 1″ inner diameter posts.
Here’s a VIDEO of the Super-Brella and the original lenght Yaeger 3/4″ Pin in action.
Dimension of the Yaeger Baby Pin:
The baby pin is 3″ high & the expandable base is 3″ for a total length of 6″, and weighs about 3lbs.
Dimension of the Yaeger Umbrella Pins:
The pin is 3″ high & the expandable base is 3″ for a total length of 6″, and weighs about 3lbs.
Terms of the Yaeger Pins:
“Available on backorder” items will be available in 1-3 weeks. See “Contact” for more details.
- Works great with the Yaeger Cart Stand Hook
- Buy your Yaeger Case Cart here
Work perfectly with my yaeger. Great for moving monitor quickly and securely between setups.
Game changer Moving to next setup.
Works like a charm
Works better than the Yaeger-made pins since they lock rotation
There’s really no substitute for locking pins on your cart. I quickly learned that mistake with other cart pins that freely spin. These pins hold in place and give assurance that the multiple monitors you’ve got stacked on your cart aren’t going anywhere while pushing to the next location.