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Recovery Strap 4 Inch MBS 57,000 LBS

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  • This 2-ply, 4-inch, Vehicle Recovery Strap is the perfect tool for recovering EXTREMELY HEAVY stuck vehicles. This strap is made from 100% nylon which means it will stretch under load. Do not confuse it with Tow Straps or Winch Extensions that are made of Polyester and do not stretch. Nylon recovery straps are also sometimes referred to as snatch straps, yank straps, or kinetic energy recovery strap (KERS). When connecting 2 vehicles to each other with a strap (no winch involved) for recovery, this is the type of strap you should use. The nylon construction creates kinetic energy when under load which helps with the safe recovery of the stuck vehicle. The stretch in this type of strap (vs a polyester strap) also significantly reduces the chance for damage to vehicles during the recovery process.

    Because there are so many terms in circulation that are often misused or misunderstood, STEP 22 clearly labels all of our recovery gear with easy to understand information including material, intended use, ratings/sizes with conversions, etc.

    When the safety of you and your rig are on the line don't settle for inferior recovery gear! STEP 22 Gear manufactures the highest quality recovery ropes and straps available on the market, right here in Southern California. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY HEAVY-DUTY STRAP SUITED FOR RECOVERY OF EXTREMELY LARGE AND MUCH HEAVIER THAN AVERAGE OFF-ROAD AND OVERLAND VEHICLES. IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH MBS/WLL AND THE TRAIL WEIGHT OF YOUR VEHICLE PLEASE CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL OR CONTACT US WITH QUESTIONS. UP-SIZING TO A STRAP FAR BEYOND THE RATING REQUIRED FOR YOUR VEHICLE IS NOT RECOMMENDED AND CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS DAMAGE/INJURY.

    Not sure about MBS vs WLL, or what ratings your gear should have based on your rig? Check out our Recovery Gear Blog by clicking here, and let us know if you have any questions.

    ***Due to liability, this product may not be returned


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