3" 6.5 TON YELLOW Tow Strap 20 ft 3x20 winch sling off-road ATV UTV recovery

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One (1)  YELLOW Polyester Tow Strap 14,500 lbs capacity, 3" x 20 ft  with Reinforced loop ends

Great for towing & recovery of:

  • All Off road

  • Light weight Trucks

  • Small  Watercraft

  • Lifting as a sling

  • Dragging obstruction, e.g. fallen trees


Fits most winch hooks (Warn, Ramsey, Gorilla, Bulldog, and many more)
Protects tree while providing a strong anchor point


Capable of both pulling as well as protecting trees, while providing a strong anchor point with a minimal stretch.

It can be used as a Tow Strap, Snatch Strap or Recovery Strap. 

Resists UV radiation, water, mold and extreme temperature variation allowing it an incredibly long service life.

This rope can be used with Warn, Ramsey, Gorilla, Bulldog and many other brands of self-recovery winches on the market. It comes with Reinforced end loops. 


The 14,500 lbs capacity Polyester webbing is more effective and convenient than chain. It provides more towing momentum than rigid links or winching, and safeguards the transmission of the recovery vehicle by reducing the shock loading. For use with Winch or truck to truck recovery.



  • Made of Durable, UV resistant Polyester
  • 14,500 lbs max. capacity (6.5 Ton )
  • Length: 20 ft (6 m) 
  • Width: 3" (75 mm)
  • Shock absorbent Polyester Webbing
  • More effective than chain
  • Reinforced eye loops at each end (eye & eye)



If your car or truck breaks down, or you get stuck in the sand, mud, or snow bank, this Recovery Strap is the smartest recovery strap to help you get out of harms way. Just like carrying a spare tire or first aid kit, the recovery strap is an essential tool that can save you or someone else in a pinch.


Which Tow Strap is better: Polypropylene, Nylon or Polyester?

Although tie down webbing might look similar there are key differences between the three types of webbing material.  To determine which material works best for tie downs we will compare fiber stretch, UV protection, water resistance,  break strength, abrasion resistance, and overall safety.

Fiber Stretch

Polypropylene is a form of plastic and can stretch over 50% while under load.  Nylon tends to stretch between 20 to 30% under a 2500-pound load. Polyester stretches only 5 to 15%, making polyester webbing ideal for heavy loads. When towing, rope stretching becomes dangerous, making Polyester the safest material to use. 

UV Protection

Polyester is highly resistant to UV radiation which means it can stand more prolonged exposure to the sun than Nylon or Polypropylene without the material breaking down.

Water Resistance

Water can affect the strength and durability of tie down webbing materials.  Polypropylene and Polyester repel water and are more mildew resistant than Nylon which will absorb water.  Nylon webbing becomes much weaker when it is wet and will stretch when it is damp or wet. Polyester webbing can be wet and still be a very strong webbing for tie downs.

Break Strength

The break strength of a webbing material is the maximum stress or load that can be applied to the fabric before failure or it breaks. Polypropylene has a break strength of 700 pounds, Nylon is 2,500 to 7,000 pounds and Polyester is 2,000 to 10,000 pounds.

Abrasion Resistance

Tie down webbing that resists abrasion is extremely important in securing your load.  Even seemingly minor webbing damage can significantly reduce the capacity of a tie down to hold objects and increase the chance that the tie down will fail during use.  Polyester webbing is more resistant to abrasion than Nylon or Polypropylene.

Overall Safety

Keeping your load safe and secure is extremely important.  A tie down must be able to withstand UV radiation, water, and abrasion as well as have a high break strength and a minimal amount of fiber stretch.    Using stretchy tie down webbing can cause damage because the stretchy strap lacks the tension needed to keep the load secure.  Abraded webbing can increase the chance that the tie down will fail.  When comparing overall safety of tie down materials, Polyester webbing is the clear winner.

Tie own Webbing Comparison

Tie Down Property Polypropylene Nylon Polyester
Overall Safety Poor Fair Excellent
UV Protection Good Good Excellent
Water Resistant Excellent Fair Excellent
Break Strength
(subject to change)
700 lbs.
2,500 – 7,000 lbs
2,000 – 10,000 lbs.
Abrasion Resistance Poor Fair


Fiber Stretch Poor

The Clear Choice

Polyester webbing is the best material for your tie down straps.  Its resistance against abrasion, UV rays, and water make it a better choice for tie-downs than other webbing materials.   It is also mildew resistant which makes it an excellent option for snowmobiles and watercraft.   The combination of strength and resistance to stretching and abrasion make it ideal for a strong durable tie-down strap.


30 days after receiving the product, no questions asked, we'll refund (except s&h cost) or replace. Item must be as new, with no use, stains or marks.
12 months for manufacturing defects. Part will be exchanged for a new one.   

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