WARN Medium Duty Accessory Kit

SKU: WRN88900
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WARN Medium Duty Accessory Kit Info & Specs

The WARN Accessory Kit Medium Duty includes everything you need to be prepared for whatever the outdoors has in store for you when you hit the trails. This kit comes complete with a 20,000 lbs Maximum Capacity Snatch Block, with a grease port. This block is multi-purpose and can double the pulling power of your winch or change your pulling direction without damaging your equipment. A pair of WARN clevis D-shackles for connecting the looped ends of the recovery cables, straps, and snatch blocks. A high-quality nylon tree protector (rated to 14,000 lbs) that is designed to help protect a live tree from the kind of damage a choker chain or wire might cause. Recovery strap to pull out a stuck vehicle. The strap is constructed of nylon webbing, which is encasing a red warning marker to alert you of any potential damage to your strap. End loops of the strap are reinforced with abrasive-resistant wear pads. The recovery strap is rated to 14,000 lbs.  A pair of synthetic leather, Kevlar-reinforced winching gloves that will protect your hands from sharp objects while you're working. Last but not least, you will also receive a Heavyweight Denier Gear Bag to keep your equipment organized and within reach when you need it. 


Tree Trunk Protector: 2" x 8'

Recovery Strap: 2" x 30'
D- Shackles: 2 3/4"

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