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Towing rope with stretch for car

The elasticated braided tow rope is equipped with heavy-duty forged carabiner-style end hooks and a red middle marker, designed to be easy to use.

Towing rope with stretch for car


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Towing ropes pull vehicles and equipment in towing or when something gets stuck in mud or snow. You might be interested in outdoor activities. Here is our guide to car towing.

Elastic tow rope


-Material: Polyethylene, carbon steel with zinc coating

-Color: Red

-Fastener Type: Carabiner clip


-Durable and tensile strong strengths resistant

-The stretch tow rope has two heavy-duty safety hooks to attach the tow rope quickly and easily.

-Attach both ends of the tow rope to the designated point of the car and not to the bumper. The tow rope with a hook can also use on a trailer coupling.

Have you known the difference between snatch straps and tow ropes? Taking your Jeep anywhere sometimes means getting stuck in the middle of nowhere. Hopefully, you know how to use a recovery strap in situations like these. And hopefully, there are other Jeeps around to help out. But before you attach a vehicle recovery strap or tow rope, we're here to explain the different attributes of each. This way, you can use the proper tool for the situation.

You can use a tow strap if you're pulling or towing the stuck vehicle slowly.

You need a Snatch Rope/Strap if you need to "yank" the stuck vehicle free with brute force, sometimes making several attempts to free it.

Tow rope/strap

A traditional tow strap (or rope) is a piece of recovery gear that helps pull another vehicle, usually when the other car is stuck and needs to be moved or released from its resting place. The stock Jeep could be in a mud bog, water, loose sand, or snow and ice.

Recovery rope (snatch straps/or ropes)

Recovery Ropes are a whole different matter. They have more "elasticity" to them. They can stretch, an essential factor, and then snap back to their original length. If you need to yank a Jeep out of malicious mud that just won't let it go, then a "Snatch Strap" is what you want to use.

Need help deciding which rope to buy?

We face the same dilemma. Due to the wide variety of rope types available, there is something for everyone. There is a learning curve in choosing the right product for your needs.

Choosing a suitable rope material is the key to success.

One of material Polypropylene is an excellent synthetic rope material, and it has several valuable properties. For example, it doesn't absorb liquid and floats on water. It demonstrates good resistance to UV and abrasion and is rot-proof. It's solid and hard-wearing (despite being lightweight) and has a high melting point.

The product comes in various sizes and colors, making it suitable for domestic, outdoor, and business uses.

Before towing another car, what should I know?

Towing another vehicle may seem simple, but it's challenging if you've never done it before.

When is it okay to tow another vehicle?

When a car breaks down, either causing an obstruction or being in a dangerous area, it is best to tow it. When towing another vehicle, you should keep the distance to an absolute minimum.

How should I choose a tow rope?

Stay away from digging in the back of your garage for any old rope. When a rope snaps while towing another car, the consequences can range from comical to tragic, so buy yourself a purpose-built string instead.

How long should my tow rope be?

There is no minimum distance between the two cars, but common sense dictates that you leave enough space for the one behind to react to brakes and turns.

Is there any sign I need to put up?

The answer is yes. Tow ropes usually come with an 'On Tow' sign attached to the back of the car tow when you buy them.

What is the best way to drive the car doing the towing?

Observe. Be very careful. Pull away gently, modulating the clutch to avoid "snatching" the rope while keeping your speed as low as possible. If your tow rope snaps, it will be on that occasion since you'll avoid an unpleasant jerking action in the car tow.

The towed car will know when to brake when you brake lightly in advance. You should also notify your partner in advance, so they have time to prepare.

Due to the increased load on your engine, it may overheat. Keep an eye on your temperature gauge. It's a good idea to have another person in the tow vehicle monitor what's happening behind you since there's more going on than usual.

Avoid dramatic maneuvers, sudden braking, or acceleration when towing a car without a running engine. As a result, there could be two dead cars instead of one.

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