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[19% OFF] ALL-TOP Nylon Heavy Duty Tow Strap Recovery Strap Kit : 3 inch x 30 ft 35,000 lbs 100% Nylon and 22% Elongation Snatch Strap + 3/4 Heavy Duty D Ring Shackles 2pcs + Storage Bag (As of 09/01/2021)

$65.98

09/01/2021 03:15 EST

SKU: B075CG23ZC Category:

Description

Breaking strength: 35,000 lb. Lab-Test Report available.

Reinforced Eye Loops + Neoprene Protector sleeves + Premium Stiching.

Strap Material: 100% Nylon N66! Genuine Elasticity: 22%. Feel the Kinetic Snatching Force.

Lifetime Warranty! Lifetime Hassle Free Replacement! 100% Satisfaction Customer Support!

Length: 9m / 30 feet. Width: 76 mm / 3 inches.

ALL-TOP Nylon Heavy Duty Tow Strap Recovery Strap Kit : 3 inch x 30 ft 35,000 lbs 100% Nylon and 22% Elongation Snatch Strap + 3/4 Heavy Duty D Ring Shackles 2pcs + Storage Bag Reviews

ALL-TOP sent me a letter to clear up confusion. This product’s description claims 32,000 lb minimum breaking strength while the packaging it comes in says 24,000. The shackles read 4T (8,000 lbs).I’m a newbie so I have not yet used or tested this gear. I purchased this heavy weight gear because my vehicle’s curb weight is over 5,300 lbs. I assumed the 32,000 breaking strength would be (conservatively) appropriate for a vehicle up to 1/4 that amount (i.e., 8,000 lbs, commensurate with the shackle strength). The 24,000/6,000 rating would still be conservatively appropriate.If you are a newbie, get educated before you buy. There are great YTs from Ronny Dahl and others, and lots of reviews and advice on the web. There are any number of recovery approaches – winch, tow rope, snatch straps, high lift jacks with accessory “winch” kits, etc. Each approach has situations for which it works and others for which it does not work. For example, a snatch strap is useless for self-recovery – you need a second vehicle to apply the force for the snatch! Also, you may need more gear to complete the kit for a given approach – for example, with this snatch strap and hitch shackle, you also need two winch dampers to throw over the straps toward the two ends to keep a broken straps from taking someone out, and it would be helpful to have a 3” x 8’ tow strap of equal or greater strength if you need a front end bridle between 2 tow hooks (with 2 shackles if recovery points are eyes rather than hooks) to connect the vehicle to be recovered to the snatch strap.Here’s the copy of ALL-TOP letter:Thank you for purchasing with ALL-TOP 4X4.If your purchased product includes any Recovery Strap, please spend a few minutes reading the following.Recently, we have received some feedback that said they received the incorrect strap since the strength number differs from the product title.Our current packaging is due to Australian Off-Road Safety Association’s Regulations which must specify the true “minimum break strength” per their rules and regulation. We are sorry to cause unnecessary confusion since we only put Minimum Break Strength on the Packing Box.While nearly all other Strap Brands on the market hide the minimum break strength number on Purpose. The number on our Amazon Product Title is the actual strength rating based on our Lab tested result. In the future, we will label this on our updated Packing Box’s to avoid future confusion.The Minimum Break Strength, the core of a strap, is one of the most important data-points to the product. It shows the realistic safety limits of the strap so you can use it to meet certain recovery situations to avoid injury or damage. The recommended minimum breaking strength should be between two to three times the Vehicle’s GVM (Gross Vehicle Mass). The Higher Breaking Strength is Recommend for Emergency Recovery and Professional Off-Roader.In conclusion, we are sincerely sorry about the misinformation. We are starting to re-design the packaging already. We have over 15 years of proving OEM products to Global Off-Road Market, including the most famous brands, but we are still in the growing stages of selling Products in our brands. We are confident that we have the industry Best Strap on the market.We want to provide American Off-Road World the best equipment. We know we still have a long way to go in order to provide you better services, we want to thank all the feedback and reviews, no matter positive or negative. Please reach out if you have any further comments or concerns.Humbly,General Manager of Customer ServicesALL-TOP 4×4

Great snatch strap for the price. Quality construction and very nice D rings. I recently used this to pull a mercury mountaineer out of a bad situation with my ford ranger. Both rigs weigh roughly 4K lbs and I was giving it hell, this thing didn’t even flinch, you can “feel” this strap working. I am confident after the abuse I put this strap thru that I could have gotten bumper to bumper, dumped the clutch, and gotten a 30ft run at it. make sure your recovery points are up to snuff and be sure to wash all the mud and dirt out of the strap after use and before storage and I’m sure this strap will last a very long time.

Usually I dont write reviews, but this strap just shocked me by its durability and looking. I hit tough trails weekly in Colorado, tbh, I broke straps pretty often due to the mix of snow, sand, mud and rocks, then I want to give up Shittybuilts. This Nameless Brand said its product can handle over 400000lbs and with 3yr warranty, so I decided to give it a try. The truth is that this recovery strap is still working well after using it hundred times!! thats probably they enhance the part where connect d-rings. Well, as you can see the picture I post, they look still perfect today. I already recommeded my crewmates to order this strap therefore we do not have to do the Recovery CAREFULLY! You can do whatever you want with it, I dont think anyone can break this fat strap.

A few months ago I was driving home from work and got stuck just behind an accident that left us sitting in the same spot for over an hour. During that time, I’m number of vehicles around me trying to cross the grass median to get to the other side and out of the traffic jam. Problem was, we had a lot of snow and rain and the drainage in that area was poor, so the majority of those vehicles ended up getting stuck and had to be pulled out.After seeing other vehicles with straps like this, that were able to help them, I decided to get one for myself in case I ever found myself in a similar situation. I was surprised at how incredibly heavy duty this thing is. It turns out my mom has one in her car, but it’s not nearly as strong or long. I’ve also never seen D rings this heavy! I’m glad it comes in a fairly flat zippered bag because it allows me to store it behind the bench seat in my pickup

Great price for the 42K kit. I have been using the yellow non elastic straps for towing when someone is stuck in the sand and the jerking etc. sucks. Watched a few videos on this elastic type and bought it, just in case. A guy with a Chevy 3/4 ton pulling a toy hauler got stuck in the sand at Dumont Dunes CA. He removed the RZR and still couldn’t get out. We hooked up the rope using the D rings and I slowly took off with very little slack, like the videos. Well, IK was impressed, no jerking on my truck (pictured) and he came out so smooth, I am glad I made the investment.Worked as advertised, I recommend you watch YouTube videos to get the idea.