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The problem: Easy access to a recovery strap. Where did we put the recovery strap? Digging the recovery strap out of a box or bag. Where to put a wet strap? What if you can't open that door or tailgate? How hard is it going to be find that strap at the bottom of that box or bag?
The solution: An easy and accessible recovery strap holder. One that’s easily mountable inside or outside of the vehicle.
Whether it's a Jeep, F.J., Hummer, Defender, Rover, or Rock buggy. Maybe you need one for your pick up. Works well with buggys, or Rhino's and or Ranger's. Desert racers, why not have a quick and fast way to yours?
Here's some more ideas on where they can be mounted, tail gates, bumpers, tire carriers, roof racks). Roll bars, or interior plastic panels.
One that's non- rusting, light weight, non-sparking. One that can be pad locked. You'll always have that recovery strap when you want it or need it. Simple coil the strap and insert the outside handle loop thru the door and the left side of the holder, and shut the door/ cover. Now install the stainless steel wing nut. Now install the pad lock. Your done. This will keep your strap from walking away. Can be used with either a 20' or 30' strap.
Finally an easy way to access a recovery strap. Yeah!
See Part # 5078 for a 3", natural version. Also designed to work with the Four Treks mounts as well. See Part # 's 5430 & 5431.
For the 2” wide version see Part # 5077 or # 5077 Blk
Customer supplys pad lock. Straps sold separately. Provisional patent pending.