A recovery strap can be used to extend a winch cable that is too short or to recover a vehicle that is stuck off-road.
If it is foreseeable that the vehicle could get stuck when driving through water or mud, it makes sense to attach a winch extension strap to the towing eye of the vehicle beforehand, so that you do not have to attach a winch cable in or under water if the worst comes to the worst to have to. Ideally, the belt can then be thrown to the recovery partner without leaving the vehicle.
When using a recovery belt, sudden loads must be avoided at all costs in order to avoid damage to the vehicles or the belt. In normal road vehicles in particular, the towing eyes are not designed for jerky loads and can tear out or deform the frame. If a vehicle cannot be towed free with a normal recovery belt, a kinetic recovery belt should be used.
T-MAX recovery straps are made of nylon. The two ends are folded, reinforced and protected with an additional cover. A sliding cuff protects against scratches if the rescue strap is attached to the vehicle.
Additional shackles may be required for attachment to the vehicle.
Recovery strap 17500-20
The rescue strap 17500-20 is 20 m long and 80 mm wide. The minimum breaking load is 8,000 kg (17,500 pounds).
- Length (m)
- 20 m
- Breaking Strength
- 8000 KG