|Item Weight||4.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 9 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||02942|
|Manufacturer Part Number||02942|
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Keeper 02942 30' x 4" Recovery Strap
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Rated Capacity - Also known as "assembly capacity" or "break strength." This is the maximum load a complete assembly can withstand before failure in a laboratory pull test when the product is new.
Working Load Limit - The maximum weight of a load a tie-down should be subject to during normal use. To assist in making the proper tie-down for the job, Keeper, the Web Sling Association and the Federal D.O.T. required the working load limit to be 1/3 of the rated capacity.
1. Attach only to a vehicle frame or hitch strong enough for extreme towing stress by forming a loop around the frame by passing one end loop through the other. Or attach to tractor hitch pin or frame mounted tow hook.
*Be careful of sharp edges. Cover strap with a rag if necessary.
2. Drive slowly away from stuck vehicle until strap stops stretching. The strap will recoil and free the stuck vehicle. Use extreme caution and stand clear.
3. To reduce potential whipping, lay blanket or coat over the strap after vehicle attachment. Remember, if the strap is overloaded or improperly fastened, it could snap loose like a rubber band and cause injury.
4. At stop or when slowing down, keep tension on the strap to avoid abrasion from the road surface.
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So, what is this good for? It's good for pulling a vehicle, which is all you will need 95% of the time. If you need to get a car from the mud or the snow, you can attach this to a secure point, ease the vehicle until the line is taunt, and then gently pull it out with this strap. The length is good for keeping the rescue vehicle on solid ground. The eye lots are big enough to feed through themselves. The stitching seems heavy duty.
All in all, this is a good strap for the value. But, know its limitation, and realize that applying huge amounts of force to a line is always dangerous.
Construction appears strong and there are MANY heavy stitches where the ends are folded. I think for the price it's unbeatable. Fits under the drivers seat in my Titan and never leaves that spot except for use.
Enter my stupid uses for a tow strap. I had a bunch of nasty thorny bushes that I could not even get close to that I lassoed with a slip not then yanked the crap out of them attached to my Toyota FJ. I then pulled out some old stumps and some huge fence and fence posts on the side of a hill that were buried in concrete by some crazy person who had the property before me. No other method I could think of would have the possibility of working and the pro guys with bobcats estimate was over a thousand dollars. I even had all four wheels of the FJ spinning on a concrete drive yanking and that is some kind of force.
The things that I did should have destroyed this strap. It survived, I survived, fence, concrete, bushes, stumps were not so lucky.
Five stars all the way.
UPDATE 5/9/2014. Just used to pull down a wall that was dividing a garage. Worked great.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've lot count of the number of cars and trucks I pulled out of the snow last winter with this well made snatch strap.Published 4 days ago by Marc Anthony (Tony) Nisam
Great strap! It was everything I was looking for and I am hard on stuff. It has exceeded my expectations.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome buy for the price. Guys on the trail can not believe what I paid for it. It has been put to the test and held strong.Published 2 months ago by Kristen H
Looks and seems useful for heavy duty use.
Haven't used it so far but I keep it in my Jeep just in case.
Bought this for my pickup, to replace a smaller capacity one I ruined while pulling a tree-stump (stupid user error). Read morePublished 3 months ago by N. S. MUSSER