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Factor 55 Shorty Strap II - 3 ft. x 2 in.

AmericanTrucks no longer carries the Factor 55 Shorty Strap II - 3 ft. x 2 in.. Please check out 2007-2013 Sierra 1500 Roll Bars & Chase Racks for an updated selection.

Features & Details

  • Designed for Vehicle Recovery
  • Ultra-Low Stretch Polyester
  • Flat Strap Shape
  • Reduces to 1.5 Feet In Use
  • Up to 10,400 lbs. Load Rating
  • Use with the 2007-2019 GMC Sierra
Reform Your Recovery Process. When your vehicle is stuck, you want to recover it quickly and easily. Often, you have to hook up several recovery winches and other components, including a recovery strap, to get unstuck. This Factor 55 Shorty Strap II is uniquely designed for versatile use and effectiveness in recovery applications.

Unique Make. Certified by the Sling Corporation, this shorty strap is made to industry specifications. It is constructed out of ultra-low stretch polyester so it will not stretch and snap like some snatch straps do. Extra Strong Strap. Due to its sturdy polyester construction, this shorty strap is really strong. Specifically designed for recovery applications, the strap can bear a load of up to 10,400 lbs., depending on its configuration in a specific application.

High Capacity Design. Able to support heavy loads durably, this strap is also smartly designed in a flat shape. This makes it less likely to twist, tangle, and roll while in use. The strap is 3 feet long but once in use reduces to 1.5 feet for close quarter recovery.

Application. Store this thin but reliable Factor 55 Shorty Strap II in your 2007 to 2019 GMC Sierra.

Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

MPN# 78

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