Speedstrap Weavable Recovery Strap 1" X 25' Utv Buggy Quad Tow Strap on 2040-parts.com
California, United States
Over the years, SpeedStrap weavable recovery straps
have become a staple for off-roading.
This 1" strap is rated at 10000 lbs and guys like to
say they could not believe it 'till they saw it in action.
The operation is simple.
The nylon strap has continuous loops weaved into it
and you create a loop at both ends.
By simply weaving it through itself, it creates a metal free tow-strap.
Best of all, when it's time to put things away,
simply unweave it and store it for next time.
You will be amazed at the work it will do.
The 1" SpeedStrap weavable recovery strap is available in various lengths
and is most commonly used with
UTV's, Sand Cars, Jeeps, Snowmobiles,
Marine and Off-Roading.
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