Factor 55 Shorty Strap II 3ft x 2in

SKU: FAC00078
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Factor 55 Shorty Strap II 3ft x 2in Info & Specs

This Factor 55 Shorty Strap Strap is PERFECT for attaching to various underbody parts to help winch folks out and assist in vehivle recovery.. Pretty much indestructible too. you could do some real work with this. Very well made, very thick, and made of quality materials.
Shorty Strap is very well crafted and is rugged. Top notch quality product. Highly recommend if you do any type of serious off-roading. Beefy!
Unlike conventional recovery/snatch straps these Shorty Straps are designed to store energy from stretch. They are designed to serve as a versatile short soft link to attach to vehicles and are constructed of an ultra-low stretch (low energy storage) polyester, not high stretch nylon like typical snatch straps. The applications vary from easily attaching to vehicles that are not equipped with recovery points, to using your winch and Shorty Strap to field repair/straighten bent steering components like tie rods and drag links. Low stretch/energy storage equates to less recoil energy during a possible component failure. 

Features:
  • Manufactured in the USA 
  • Low stretch Polyester webbing.
  • Durable Cordura abrasion guard for reinforced eyes and webbing seams.
  • Working Load Limits clearly labeled for straight, basket and choker configurations
  • Overall length of the Shorty Straps is 3 feet
Dimensions:
  • 1.1lb
  • 3ft x 2in

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