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1" x 10' Super Yanker Kinetic Recovery Bridle - 33,500 lbs

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Price:
$95.00
SKU:
TSB001010
Weight:
4.00 LBS
Rating:
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Calculated at checkout
Current Stock:
15


Specifications

Diameter 1" (25 mm)
Length10' (3 m)
Breaking Strength 33,500 lbs (15,200 kg)
Color Black
Material Nylon
Applications Full Size Truck / SUV

Features

  • Allows for an even pull during recoveries
  • Very useful for flat towing in tight trails
  • Stretches up to 30%
  • Reduced stress to vehicle components compared to static tow straps
  • Mildew and UV resistant
  • Professionally hand spliced in the USA


Even Pull

The Super Yanker® bridle allows you to hook up a Super Yanker recovery rope to both bumper attachment points so that you obtain an even pull on the vehicle. Rigging a kinetic recovery rope in this manner reduces stress to the individual recovery points on the vehicle and lessens the chance of tweaking the frame during difficult extractions.

Kinetic

The Super Yanker® kinetic recovery rope is the ultimate recovery rope. During vehicle extraction, the Super Yanker® stretches and absorbs enormous energy from the pulling vehicle. This energy is then transferred to the stuck vehicle, resulting in an extremely effective and efficient vehicle recovery.

Shock absorbing

Under max load, a kinetic recovery rope will stretch up to 30%. This stretch helps relieve the jerking action commonly felt during vehicle recovery, effectively reducing the amount of stress put through a vehicle and its occupants.

Strong

Professionally hand-spliced in the USA, the kinetic recovery rope is comprised of an inner core and outer cover to provide maximum strength and protection from the elements. Also, the rope will not mildew and is UV resistant.


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  1. Elephant Wrestling

    Posted by Jason Allen on 25th Nov 2016

    Haven't had a chance to use this yet, but the quality is clear to see.
    I run an LR3 and don't need a bridal for it, but I pulled a few folks out last year and would have preferred to balance the load across two recovery points instead of one, so this meets that goal.

    Looking forward to see how well it does this year.