Here is a fantastic kinetic off-road recovery rope that is small and compact and great for recovery of quads and motorcycles from sand, snow or mud. With more stretching ability and more pulling power than a flat nylon web strap or standard double braid nylon rope, this small and super strong rope is a great recovery tool that weighs less than 3lbs.
Breaking Strength: 10,000 LBS
When it comes to off-road recovery there are many different ways to make fast, proper and safe recoveries. We are proud to offer our 100% American made kinetic recovery ropes. These ropes are designed to help take some of the load off the recovery points and equally distribute the load along the length of the rope. Our recovery ropes stretch up to 40% absorbing most of the shock load and producing a powerful but soft dynamic pull. With shock adsorption properties similar to nylon but with higher capacities than than your standard nylon or polyester our high performance rope makes it the best choice for recovery or pulling ropes. We use a high force composite double braid nylon construction with a polyester cover for abrasion resistance and durability along with a nylon core for stretch and performance. By using a polyester cover and a nylon core the outer polyester cover will not over-stretch the core, this makes our recovery ropes stretch uniformly allowing more power to go to the rope. All our ropes come with a black marine grade urethane coating that penetrates the outer cover and adds additional protection to the core while also increasing abrasion resistance. This type of coating is also soft and flexible which makes your recovery rope much easier to handle and less likely to pick up dirt and debris. All our spliced recovery ropes have an 8" eye with a rugged black ballistic cordura sleeve for added wear protection in the eye. When choosing a recovery rope it is best to figure a rope that has 4 times the capacity of the weight of your vehicle. For example, if your vehicle weighs 5,000lbs a rope with at least 20,000lbs capacity or more would be required, our 3/4" line rated at 25,000lbs would be an excellent choice.