Southeast Overland 7/8" (22mm) 24,750 Lbs. Kinetic Recovery Rope

Southeast Overland 7/8" (22mm) 24,750 Lbs. Kinetic Recovery Rope
Southeast Overland 7/8" (22mm) 24,750 Lbs. Kinetic Recovery Rope Southeast Overland 7/8" (22mm) 24,750 Lbs. Kinetic Recovery Rope Southeast Overland 7/8" (22mm) 24,750 Lbs. Kinetic Recovery Rope Southeast Overland 7/8" (22mm) 24,750 Lbs. Kinetic Recovery Rope
Brand: Southeast Overland
Product Code: SEO-KIN-7/8
Availability: In Stock
Price: $79.95

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Description

The 10' (3 m) kinetic recovery rope bridle is used to split the load from a snatch or kinetic recovery across two recovery points on your vehicle (refer to pictures above).

Southeast Overland's Recovery Ropes have high stretch to allow a dynamic (snatch) recovery of stuck vehicles.  Often a basic static pull is not enough to extricate a vehicle from deep mud, snow, sand or a high-center.

All Southeast Overland Recovery Ropes are spliced, not sewn. This allows for zero stitching which is a weak point in traditional straps. Kinetic Recovery Ropes also stretch much more than a traditional recovery strap.

Each Recovery Rope comes with two eyes (one on each end) wrapped in abrasion guard.

Available in 7/8" with a 24,750 lb average break strength for a straight pull. Using this bridle as a load splitter/equalizer spreads the load from a single snatch or tow point over two recovery attachment points. You should at least use a rope with a minimum break strength 3 to 4 times higher than your vehicle's loaded weight.

Available in 10', 20', 30' and 50' lengths. Black color.

For liability reasons, load bearing recovery gear my not be returned or exchanged.

Southeast Overland and Iron Pig Offroad disclaim all liability and responsibility for any injury or damage that may occur when using a recovery product sold by Southeast Overland or Iron Pig Offroad. Recovery of a vehicle involves extreme loads and can result in injury and death. Please seek professional instruction in the proper use of recovery gear.

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