A more affordable tow strap is available from HFS, measuring 2 inch by 30 feet and constructed from high strength polyester. It has a 3,300-lb working load limit, a 5,000-lb recommended vehicle weight rating, and a 10,000-lb break strength capacity. The working load limit covers an industry standard safety rating that says if you are lifting objects vertically with this strap, you should only lift 1/3 of the strap’s capacity.
Type of recovery strap: The type of the recovery strap will be dependent on the material which is used. The non-stretchable type is good enough for smaller vehicles in Sydney. On the other hand, if you’re tackling an SUV, stretchable tow recovery strap is the perfect option for you. With the help of such a strap, you will be able to pull heavy vehicles quite easily.
A more affordable tow strap is available from HFS, measuring 2 inch by 30 feet and constructed from high strength polyester. It has a 3,300-lb working load limit, a 5,000-lb recommended vehicle weight rating, and a 10,000-lb break strength capacity. The working load limit covers an industry standard safety rating that says if you are lifting objects vertically with this strap, you should only lift 1/3 of the strap’s capacity.
Attaching mechanism: The attaching mechanism also plays a very important role in towing the vehicle. It should be easy to use. Also, the rope, as well as the handle which is present along with the recovery strap, should be sturdy. You have to keep this factor in mind and thereafter only you have to judge the recovery strap. Also, the material which would be used in making the handle should be of high quality.
The recovery strap can be an extremely handy tool to have in your possession, whenever you need to tow your vehicle. They are fairly easy to use, and ensure the safety of your vehicle during transit. Although that’s not the only use for a recovery strap and you’ll find that they can be extremely useful when you’re looking to do almost anything that would normally require the use of a chain.
Extra padding provides extra power especially at the edges that is connected with the rig. Such set up remains protected without causing any damage to the vehicle or tools. Interesting, you’re getting exactly what you’ve paid for. Remember, there’s an option open to you for replacing the product if you find it defected. Within 1 year, you can also return it with the full selling price refunded.

The Grip recovery strap is made of polyester, which is typically material that would be used in a tow strap. But, it is not uncommon to see recovery straps made of polyester as well or a combination of Polyester and other materials. Grips recovery strap is weather resistant like most recovery straps out there and is designed to stand the test of any weather condition you can throw at it.
There are plenty of choices when it comes to tow and recovery straps, but if you want to simplify your shopping experience, look towards Rhino USA's lineup of products. The company has a variety of high quality straps available in different sizes, although they do cost a bit more than the competition. However, buyers get a lifetime warranty and great support from the company.
I Hi there, a shout out to Ted and all the fine people working at Rhino USA, I had just received my new 3" 30ft Recovery strap from them, and within in a week I had to use it to extricate my landlords medium size John Deere ranch tractor out of the creekbed where we had been shoring up a rain damaged culvert to maintain a trail crossing. I still happened to have my 2 older recovery/tow straps under the back seat of my Dodge Ram and I pulled one of them out first, just to see how it might do, given the situation. Upon initial engagement and tensioning, it was obviously stretching to what appeared to be a dangerous point and we backed off to assess the predicament we were in. We thought about getting another truck into the equation but there really wasn't room for 2 vehicles safely. I would have normally re-rigged both of my old ones, but it's not always easy to get similar tension on both straps, so I said what the hell, let's see what the new Rhino Strap could do. So with the help of an off-road Hi-Lift Jack and a little shuffling of boulders under the tractor, we rigged up again and gave it a go and with fingers crossed and some serious grunting from my Dodge, we popped the John Deere out with the Rhino Strap not showing any of the strain that my old strap showed. Word to the wise for all, whether winching or strapping, I also carry up a heavy rolled up furniture pad blanket that I drape over the strap when pulling; just in case there is a brake in the line, it lessens the recoil and danger of flying cable or strap. Thanks again to Rhino and I have plans for a couple more as gifts.....
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