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Husky 20' 7000-Lb Vehicle Recovery Strap

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Home Depot has Husky 20' 7000-Lb Vehicle Recovery Strap on sale for $8.97. Select free curbside pickup where available.

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About this product:
  • 15,000 lbs. maximum vehicle weight
  • 20 ft. vehicle recovery strap
  • 2 Hi-Test webbing
  • Abrasion-resistant webbing
  • Ideal for recovering vehicles and other heavy loads from ditches, mud and snow
  • Lightweight strap fits behind most pickup-truck seats

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"This Vehicle Recovery Strap is designed for towing stuck or disabled vehicles. Made from abrasion resistant webbing, this strap is lighter than a chain and won't rust, rot or mildew. Easy to store in a trunk, job box or behind a tuck seat, each strap has a 7,000 lb. working load capacity with a 15,000 lb. max vehicle weight.

- 15,000 lbs. maximum vehicle weight
- 20 ft. vehicle recovery strap
- 2" Hi-Test webbing
- Abrasion-resistant webbing

Ideal for recovering vehicles and other heavy loads from ditches, mud and snow
Lightweight strap fits behind most pickup-truck seats"


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funkmasterta asked this question on 11-01-2021 at 12:19 PM
11-03-2021 at 02:34 PM
I don't see why not. As long as you can tie it off at the tree/post somehow, you should be good. Unless there's some flex to this that I'm not aware of.
11-15-2021 at 11:11 AM
Probably, but this kind of strap won't tie around itself all that well. You'd need a rigging to take up the slack unless your line is at or longer than 20'
LanceS4665 asked this question on 10-29-2021 at 12:51 PM
10-29-2021 at 07:21 PM
Sure, if you have a solid and safe attachment point on the cart. And assuming someone is steering and braking in the cart being pulled.

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This entire comment is nerve racking.
Not really a broken strap that will kill ya, its whatever comes unhooked and goes flying will.

Each situation is different, but for the most part, kinetic recovery ropes are much better than straps.
using this with soft shackles will be much safer than metal shackles.

this is more like tow strap not for yanking or shock load.

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Nice find!

FYI - the link in the post works but the 'See Deal' button doesn't take you to a valid product.
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Nice deal. I wish there was an easy way to cut this and add loops to make a couple shorter tree and or other lifting straps. I'm guessing a commercial tarp place could sew new, strong-enough loops but that would probably cost more than just buying the right straps in the first place.
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Quote from bobssc :
Nice find!

FYI - the link in the post works but the 'See Deal' button doesn't take you to a valid product.
Should be fixed now. Thanks
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Are these things safe or is it a widowmaker? The breakout force on a stuck vehicle may be much higher than the rating of this strap.
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Are these things safe or is it a widowmaker? The breakout force on a stuck vehicle may be much higher than the rating of this strap.
Not really a broken strap that will kill ya, its whatever comes unhooked and goes flying will.

Each situation is different, but for the most part, kinetic recovery ropes are much better than straps.
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using this with soft shackles will be much safer than metal shackles.

this is more like tow strap not for yanking or shock load.
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Are these things safe or is it a widowmaker? The breakout force on a stuck vehicle may be much higher than the rating of this strap.
Does storing it in the truck in the south Texas heat make it deteriorate? I've got one I'd guess was rated higher that I got at an estate sale several years ago. Looks like it might be decades old. It's got an oil film on it, perhaps for longevity?
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Does storing it in the truck in the south Texas heat make it deteriorate? I've got one I'd guess was rated higher that I got at an estate sale several years ago. Looks like it might be decades old. It's got an oil film on it, perhaps for longevity?
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Why did I click on this thinking this is a deal for a spiral ham???
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I might need this for when my mother-in-law visits !!
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