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Recovery srtraps has 3 different types as following details shows,and they also can be attached with different end fittings for different usages of viehcles.

Snatch strap

The snatch strap is a piece of equipment used to help in the recovery of vehicles bogged in sand or mud. It is used by Read more

Tree trunk protector

Tree trunk protector is used around tree trunks to protect against ring barking when winching.Its reinforced loops Read more

Winch extension strap

The Winch extension strap is used for extending the length of winch’s cable .It is lighter and easier to store Read more


When all that stands between your vehicle and imminent danger is a narrow strip of fabric, you can’t afford to settle for anything less than the best. Eastlink’s recovery straps are woven and fabricated to strict quality standards and tested by a NATA-approved laboratory.

When it comes to off-road recovery, one of the most common misconceptions is that every strap is a recovery strap. A wrong strap could not only damage the involved vehicles but also harm bystanders.

What are the differences between a tow strap and a recovery strap?

Tow Straps

The main difference between a tow strap and a recovery strap is how much “give” each has. Tow straps are perfect for towing vehicles because they contain little to no elasticity. A tow strap lacks “give,” so it should not be used to yank a stuck vehicle out.

Recovery Strap

Instead of tow straps, recovery straps are elastic. Recovery straps work so well because they generate kinetic energy. Straps that have elasticity snap back to their original length when they are recovered. Another reason recovery straps work well is the fact that you can get a running start with one.

Recovery straps have more “give” than tow straps, so drivers can get a running start unlike tow straps. It is much more effective in a recovery situation for several reasons. First, the vehicle pulling can gain momentum and traction at the same time. Second, the strap acts as a rubber band on the stuck vehicle.

The strap will snap back to its original length once it has been stretched all the way out, pulling the stuck vehicle out with it. Recovery straps tend to be more stretchy, which makes winching with them more challenging. That’s all the more reason to carry both types of straps. Recovery straps come in all shapes and sizes, just like tow straps. Straps like these tend to look like long ropes, as opposed to tow straps, which are flatter.

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