TRED GT Recovery Gear Bundle | 8,200KG Kinetic Rope $359.00

TRED GT Recovery Gear Bundle | 8,200KG Kinetic Rope

$359.00 was $409.85


TRED GT Recovery Gear Bundle. 


This kit includes:

1x TRED GT Recovery Gear Bag
1x TRED GT 8,200KG Kinetic Rope
2x TRED GT 9,000KG Soft Shackles


TRED GT Recovery Gear Bag

The TRED GT Recovery Gear Bag and TRED Recovery Gear Accessory Bag are light-weight, durable and versatile, designed to store a variety of Recovery Gear including Kinetic Rope, Soft Shackle, Recovery Hitch, Wheel Chocks and more. 


The TRED GT Recovery Gear Bag has rope loop points so the bag can be used as a recovery dampener, soft-grip handles on the top and side, for easy grab-and-go convenience, and internal webbing mounting straps locked on the base and lid of the TRED GT Recovery Gear Bag.


TRED GT 9,000KG Technora®️ Bound Soft Shackle.

9,000KG / 20,000LBS minimum breaking strength combined with the Technora®️ binding offers cut resistant protection to this soft shackle. Soft shackles are designed to be a safer, lighter and easier to use alternative to metal shackles.


The TRED GT 8,200KG Kinetic Rope:

Minimum breaking strength 9 meters long. TRED GT Kinetic Ropes are constructed using high quality Nylon 66 and offer up to 30% elongation. After assembly, each TRED GT rope is coated in a UV treatment.


TRED GT Kinetic Ropes feature a highly durable vinyl polymer-coated eyelets for extra protection to critical parts when in use


TRED GT Kinetic Ropes use the kinetic energy generated during use to help in removing a stranded vehicle. The combination of the recovery vehicle pull and the tension in the rope creates a ‘snatching’ effect that can pull a vehicle free from being stuck or unable to move itself. When used in accordance with these guidelines, vehicles may be recovered with minimal risk of injury to people, or damage to vehicles or equipment.


It is very important to use the correct recovery rope. A rope with a ‘too light” breaking strength may break under load. A rope with a ‘too heavy’ breaking strength may not be stretched properly and more stress will be placed on the recovery points, possibly causing damage or injury. The minimum breaking strength of the rope should be between two and three times the GVM of the ‘lighter’ of the two vehicles used in the recovery process. Please note that the recovery rope will be under greater load if the vehicle is bogged in mud, sand or heavily loaded. If the GVM is not stated on the identification plate of a vehicle or its registration certificate, it could be available from the owner’s handbook or from the vehicle manufacturer.

Local NATA laboratory tested to ensure TRED quality standards are met and exceeded.  


Download safety guidelines and instructions for use here

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