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Factor 55 Shorty Strap II - 3 ft. x 2 in.

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  • 3-Feet Long x 2-Inches Wide
  • Low Stretch Polyester Webbing
  • Reinforced Eyes and Webbing Seams
  • Flat Straps Prevent Rolling & Twisting
  • Straight, Basket, and Choker Configurations
  • Labeled Strap
  • Made in USA by Certified Sling Corporation
  • One-Year Warranty
  • Fits all 1987-2019 Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK and JL Models
Not Your Typical Strap. Unlike your typical recovery/snatch strap, the Factory 55 Shorty Strap II is designed to help in a variety of recovery applications. Because of its low stretch, it doesn't store energy as a high-stretch nylon strap would. This means less recoil energy that could lead to component failure. The strap can be used in three different configurations based on the nature of the recovery operation. Working load limits are clearly printed on the strap for all configurations.

Quality Construction. For a short strap, the Shorty Strap II is extremely strong. Its design features reinforced eyes and webbing seams. It's constructed from low stretch polyester webbing. Because of the strap's flat nature, it resists rolling and twisting when used on tubular shapes. The Shorty Strap II is manufactured in the USA by the Certified Sling Corporation under Factor 55's specifications. This strap is covered by Factor 55's one-year warranty.

Application. The Factor 55 Shorty Strap II is suitable for all 1987-2019 Wranglers models for use in recovery applications.

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