Materials - Recovery Bag: Nylon, Tree Trunk Protector: Nylon, Recovery Strap: Nylon, Snatch Block Pullet: 1/4 Cold Rolled Steel, & Winch Line Dampener is Vinyl
Gloves are Leather
Recovery Bag: 12 X 10 X 6 Inches 3 lbs, Tree Trunk Protector: 3 X 6 Inches, Snatch Block Pulley: 8 Inches, Recovery Strap: 3 X 6 Inches
Capacity. The Rugged Ridge XHD recovery gear kit is perfect for pulling you out of those tough situations. This kit comes with everything you would need to get your or your friends out of a jam. Including a 3"x 6' 30,000 lbs tree trunk protector, a 2"x 30' 20,00 lbs recovery strap, a 8" 20,000 lbs snatch block pullet, a pair of heavy duty 9,500 lbs D-rings, a winch line dampener, leather gloves and a case to hold it all in. Every product has been made with the strongest and most reliable materials to ensure that this kit will work each and every time you need it.
Winch & Line Specs. The recovery strap and tree trunk protector are made of a high strength nylon with mildew resistance. The D-rings are constructed from high grade steel and are coated in zinc to protect from rust and damage. The snatch block pullet is made from 1/4 cold rolled steel to ensure that it can handle the stress and get the job done. The winch line dampener is made out of durable vinyl strong enough to take any abuse. The leather gloves are made from hard leather to protect your hands in any situation. This is the best recovery kit on the market and has been proven to keep your and your friends on the trail and not in the ditch.
I have used Extreme Terrain for 5 items so far. Everything has went smoothly and all is advertised. I really like the available videos for many of the items, numerous photo's, great instructions and so forth. I would highly suggest giving them a try. Zero complaints.
Jim H, 2010 Jeep Wrangler JKWeb Development My dad would always take me trail riding in the Pine Barrens as a kid when I lived in South Jersey, so I’ve always been into four wheel drive trucks and Jeeps. When the time came for me to get a vehicle, I picked up an old Cherokee. I still have that old Jeep strictly for offroading, but after a few...