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Keeper 02942 30' x 4" Recovery Strap

4.8 out of 5 stars 179 customer reviews
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  • For small tractors and small trucks
  • Stretch and recoil action
  • 20,000 pounds web capacity
  • 10,000 pounds maximum vehicle weight
  • 30 feet long and 4 inches wide
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Technical Details

Brand Keeper
Model 02942
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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ASIN B008N8ILQG
Customer Reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars 179 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,208 in Automotive (See top 100)
#45 in Automotive > Exterior Accessories > Towing Products & Winches > Tow Hooks & Straps > Tarps & Tie-Downs > Straps
#375 in Automotive > RV Parts & Accessories > Hitching & Towing
Shipping Weight 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available July 12, 2012

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Product Description

Keeper's recovery strap is 30 feet long and 4 inches wide. Typically used for small tractors and small trucks, this recovery strap features protected loops, and stretch and recoil action, with 10,000 pounds maximum vehicle weight, and 20,000 pounds web capacity.

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This is a good strap so long as your know its limitations. It is a big, burley webbing strap that is good for PULLING a vehicle, not for a snatch or shock loaded type application. Basically, despite what this strap says, it has very very little stretch, and it is not safe for a snatch recovery. A snatch recovery is a technical procedure that involves getting a running start with the vehicle, and it you don't know how to do one, you shouldn't learn how to do one from this review. The low amount of stretch means that you will apply tremendous amounts of force if you try to snatch with this, and you will either snap the strap or a metal piece; doth are potentially deadly.

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.
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Tough as you're going to need for anything but the biggest trucks and then you're likely to need a wrecker. Loop fits inside my 2" receiver. I typically put the receiver pin through the loop and then pull from that rather than over a ball or something insecure.

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.
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So, its not a bad strap - very big and is quite strong. I used it the other day to get out of some thick mud and much to my surprise it did not seem to have any stretch at all to it. From reading the description it seems like it should have some stretch to it as it is a "Recovery Strap", but it does not. I ended up using it with a winch and it had no give whatsoever. If you are looking for a Snatch Strap, this is not what you want. The "Stretch and Recoil" that is indicated description on Amazon is misleading.
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I originally wanted a shorter one, but this was all I could find in a wide manly strap. There were some cheaper ones, but I wanted something beefier that could hold up to some projects that were outside of the normal realms of its intended 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.
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These are must have if your going to go off road, even just out on the beach. They work great and have pulled a lot of people out of the sand at Pismo beach (Oceano Dunes) and Sand Mountain, Glamis, Oregon Dunes. worked great every time and saved people the money to call tow truck
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Pulled two giant sago palms out of the front yard with this attached to my '07 Silverado. Took a beating and didn't break. I repeatedly ran full force on this puppy while the sago palms held on for dear life.
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These things are serious. I haven't tried to tow a tank with it yet, namely because I don't know anyone who has a tank, but I'm pretty sure it could. Its a little long for your average tow. If someone is in a snow bank sometimes you need a really long strap to get down to them (if they are pretty far off the road). Other times they've simply slid off to the edge and can't get the traction needed to get back on. In the latter scenario you find yourself doubling these long straps up to cut down on length. No big deal. I always figure longer is better because you don't want it to be too short to use.
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I finally got to use this thing, after having it for about a month in my truck. My wife's 86 Dodge Colt Vista broke down, (I know, it only weighs probably 2600lbs) But I towed it for about 15miles, and even though some reviews say the stitching on the loops look like crap, none of them moved at all, so clearly its reinforced under the "covering". The strap did its job, got a few good jerks on it because I have never towed a vehicle with this friend I had steering and braking for me. All in all I'm happy with it, and would buy again, provided the price dropped back down, right now it says $35, think I paid like $28? Btw, it's not a "Recovery" strap, this thing has no stretch.
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