Originally Posted by Metro55
"The heavy-duty recovery / tow strap is used to rescue stuck or disabled vehicles. These recovery straps have exceptional strength with a 15,000 lb. breaking limit and a safe working load of 5000 pounds. Each recovery/tow strap is 30 feet long x 4 inches wide with loops on either end. Yellow high strength material is used to make the tow strap but yet the strap rolls up easily for compact storage. The tenacious stretching and recoil that comes from these recovery tow straps will help you get out of many binds. A 1 Year Warranty comes with every recovery/tow strap"
N offense... but all I read was blah blah blah blah becasue I saw the 5000lb workin load. I spent about 80 bucks on a 30k strap literally back in 2002. IT finally gave up to the ghost, and it's not totally broken, just frade at the end. Let me see your 5k workin load strap hold up to a 8ft root ball with a 4lo full throttle assualt from a chevy 1500... I was poppin that thing at 20mph and it would sling shot the truck backwards!! I might skimp on a lot of things to save a few bucks, but pony up the money and do it right, a broken strap flyin will ruin your day!
Don't think a strap won't whip like a chain.... Thing broken bungee cord!