Roadsafe 4WD Snatch Strap 8T 9m x 75mm
Roadsafe offer a great range of Recovery Straps, with each one individually designed to suit its purpose. This is so you can have the right strap for the right application. The Roadsafe Recovery straps are tested to certified standards, fully stamped & tagged rated, come complete with fully sewn eyes & protective sleeves.
Required for performing recoveries on vehicles Must be used in conjunction with rated recovery points.
- 9M length
- 75mm width
- 8000kgs WLL (kgs)
- Protective sleeve
- Sewn in eyelets
- Certified to comply with Australian Standards
The 4WD Shed is an Authorised stockist of Roadsafe 4WD
We offer a range of Recovery Straps so you can get the correct strap to suit your needs.
Unsure which strap you need? Follow the links in our guide below to choose the correct strap.
What Recovery Strap do I need?
Winch Extension Strap - 20M x 50mm 4500kgs Extension Strap used for extending the reach of your rope when needed.
Snatch Strap - 9M x 75mm 8000kgs Snatch Strap used for performing recoveries on vehicles Must be used in conjunction with rated recovery points.
Snatch Strap - 9M x 100mm 11000kgs Snatch Strap used for performing recoveries on vehicles Must be used in conjunction with rated recovery points.
Tree Trunk Protector - 3M x 75mm 12000kgs Tree Trunk Protector used for protecting trees from ring barking & damage when using them as a winch point.
Tree Trunk Protector - 3M x 100mm 12000kgs Tree Trunk Protector used for protecting trees from ring barking & damage when using them as a winch point.
Equaliser / Bridle Strap - 2.5M x 100mm 6000kgs Equaliser Strap used for evenly distributing the load between the 2 rated tow points on your vehicle in recovery.
Winch Dampener - Winch Dampener used when recovering by attaching it to your winch rope or cable. Helps dampen the effect of the line in the event of a breakage.
Snatch Block - 8000kg useful for angled winching & reducing the load on your winch when recovering.
Roadsafe 4WD Recovery Straps come in a range of High Visibility Safety Colours. Different strap types are instantly recognisable & come with warning tags that include information such as strap type, capacity, material type & precautions.
Not sure which strap you need? Contact us & we can help you choose the best strap to suit your needs.
Note: Due to the nature of synthetic fibres, recovery straps do require "rest Periods" between use to cool down & return to their original length & capacity. Be aware that excessive pulls on a recovery strap over a short period of time can build up & lead to possible failure or damage to the strap.
Always INSPECT the Tow Points and shackles before each use. Do not use if there are visible signs of damage or wear (including cracking or elongation). Do not exceed the Working Load Limit (WLL) of the shackle or Tow Points. Always STAY A SAFE DISTANCE away from the recovery area – at least 1.5 times the length of the recovery strap. Incorrect use of recovery equipment can result in serious injury or death.
Always ensure that adequate PREPARATION for the recovery, to minimise the strain on either vehicle, has been undertaken i.e. Digging, Rock placement etc. If you do not understand how to use this equipment safely or are uncomfortable with your abilities in the use of recovery equipment, please complete a course that specialises in four wheel driving & 4WD vehicle recovery.
Caution : Shackles can become a lethal missile if something should break or fail during a recovery. Ensure that all spectators are well clear & all recovery lines have a dampening blanket on them. NEVER load a shackle across its width because the load will be imposed on the threads. The force must be at right angles to the pin.
Warning : Always follow product instructions. It is important to correctly attach the recovery strap to the vehicle. A standard towball or tie-down point IS NOT designed to be used as a recovery point. It may result in the strap or vehicle components detaching from the vehicle & causing serious damage to a vehicle or person. Only attach a recovery strap to a suitably rated recovery point or device that is suitably rated for use with the strap. Incorrect use has previously resulted in serious injury & death.