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Reese Carry Power Tow Strap with Hook. Originally $19.81 now $6.24. Great for towing cars out of the snow or to the auto repair shop.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Reese-...k/15125875
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FYI "tow straps" are specifically for towing. If you're planning on using them for recovery I'd HIGHLY recommend one made specifically for that (it will flex more) with loop ends and D-rings. These metal hooks can become missiles. You will find the same advice from anyone who off-roads.
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Just buy chain for that. You need something with zero flex to it so that once the shrubs are out, the tension you put in the strap doesn't cause recoil and launching of the shrubs at your vehicle.
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I have this, it's strong, but the hook comes off relatively easily. you need to add tape to it in order for it to hold or buy a hook with a clip.
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Needed one to keep in our second vehicle. Great deal - thanks OP!
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In before the "Only 3330#? But my Accord weighs 4100#! Waste of money." comments.

Because we all use tow straps to lift our cars with helicopters.

See also: Jacks, ramps.
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In before the "Only 3330#? But my Accord weighs 4100#! Waste of money." comments.

Because we all use tow straps to lift our cars with helicopters.

See also: Jacks, ramps.
I use my drone, thank you very much.
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Also useful for hanging kids swings over tree branches, although you'd have to wrap this 20' one over a bunch.
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I'm assuming these are strong enough to pull out some shrubs. I've used ratchet straps in the past and they generally break under the pressure of pulling out the shrubs.
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same price on amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Reese-Towp...+Hook+Ends

what's the diff between load vs break? load is constant i guess?
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Got 2, thanks. One to leave in the truck, the other to cut up to hang AR500 targets at the range.
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I'm assuming these are strong enough to pull out some shrubs. I've used ratchet straps in the past and they generally break under the pressure of pulling out the shrubs.
Just buy chain for that. You need something with zero flex to it so that once the shrubs are out, the tension you put in the strap doesn't cause recoil and launching of the shrubs at your vehicle.
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Just buy chain for that. You need something with zero flex to it so that once the shrubs are out, the tension you put in the strap doesn't cause recoil and launching of the shrubs at your vehicle.
Thanks.
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FYI "tow straps" are specifically for towing. If you're planning on using them for recovery I'd HIGHLY recommend one made specifically for that (it will flex more) with loop ends and D-rings. These metal hooks can become missiles. You will find the same advice from anyone who off-roads.
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Just buy chain for that. You need something with zero flex to it so that once the shrubs are out, the tension you put in the strap doesn't cause recoil and launching of the shrubs at your vehicle.
Aww dangit, I was hoping for an America's Funniest Home Video
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