|02-25-2012 10:24 PM|
|02-25-2012 01:14 PM|
This is an acceotabe substitute, when you're in an emergency, but
|02-25-2012 01:11 PM|
Not to mention when you get it home you'd probably want to paint it black.
|02-24-2012 07:27 PM|
It costs a lot to write "Viking".
That said, the Viking stuff is well-made plus has name recognition. Put those two things together and you get 'highest price'.
|02-24-2012 05:22 PM|
Still, I can't see it being that much more expevsive.
|02-24-2012 01:56 AM|
I just use the pin, the ARB strap has a sleeve you can use on it for offset pulls.
|02-23-2012 05:40 PM|
|02-23-2012 05:39 PM|
|Cosmic Charlie||Jimbox - I had seen your posts and these photos in another thread, but was still not sure of which way to go. Thanks for responding and clarifying for me. Good info.|
|02-23-2012 04:20 PM|
To many troubles using just the hitch pin-ie: strap size/rope size and the pull has to be STRAIGHT or the hitch edges will "FRAY" the strap-
I use a Lunnette, cause I do towing also and you can add a D-ring if you can't loop the strap-
This one uses the D-ring, but the D-ring is 180° out-
Even for light rope grabs-
Using the Lunnette, there's no sharp edges ANYWHERE and that will eliminate any stresses at the hitch-point !
|02-23-2012 03:55 PM|
Can't you just use the open reciever and hitch pin?
Even the oversized 3.5" ARB snatch strap eye fits inside the reciever throat, slip hitch pin through strap eye and start pulling.
Works on any 2" reciever and doesn't interfere with your depature angle.AKA last clunk.
|02-23-2012 01:59 PM|
|ArmyW4||I'm with Tom. Who the hell needs a 25,000 working load with a 1.5 safety factor on a Jeep?|
|02-23-2012 01:10 PM|
|daggo66||Wow, that is a big difference. Grab a 20% off coupon and get one from Harbor Freight.|
|02-23-2012 12:55 PM|
Why is the Viking Off Road recovery hitch sooooooo much more expensive than the Rampage recovery hitch? And while I'm on the subject - does anyone have a recommendation on one that they like?
Rampage Recovery Hitch
Viking Offroad Recovery Hitch