AEV WINCH EXTENSION STRAPS

Sale price$116.00
Size: 3" Mid-Size Winch Extension Strap

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Enhance your vehicle's capabilities by installing a winch, a critical upgrade for any traveler heading to remote areas. However, a winch may not always be enough. In these cases, the AEV Winch Extension Strap can safely lengthen the cable, reaching the desired recovery or anchor point. This strap is especially useful when snatch blocks are involved, preventing any shortage of cable during vehicle recoveries. Keep the AEV Winch Extension Strap in your recovery kit to ensure successful recoveries every time. Additionally, the strap features a unique edge guard that enhances its durability and protects against cuts and abrasion.

Part Number Dimensions Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS) Working Load Limit (WLL)
80808026AA 3″x30′ 23,520 LBS (10,668 KG) 5,880 LBS (2,667 KG)
80808024AA 4″x30′ 31,360 LBS (14,224 KG) 8,575 LBS (3,889 KG)

 

Please note: Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS) is the minimum force necessary to cause a recovery device to break or fail. Working Load Limit (WLL) is the recommended maximum force a recovery device is intended to safely support, when the force is applied in-line and through the centerline of the device. The WLL is calculated by dividing the Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS) by a safety factor that is generally around 4-to-1. For example, the AEV Snatch Block has an MBS of 52,000 LBS, so when divided by a safety factory of 4-to-1, the WLL becomes 13,000 LBS.

Specifications:
  • Size: 3" x 30', 4" x 30' (HD)

  • Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS): 23,520 LBS (10,669 KG), Full-Size 31,360 LBS (14,224 KG)

  • Working Load Limit (WLL): 5,880 LBS (2,667 KG), Full-Size 8,575 LBS (3,889 KG)

  • Material: Polyester webbing w/ reinforced eyelets

  • Color: Polyester

  • Manufactured In: China

California Prop 65 Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm