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We are a manufacturer and distributor of practical gear for when your luck runs out.
What we are NOT is a hobby paracord "store". Everything we carry has real world practical application.

Other Jeep gear available as well.

If you want Jeep quality, company backed gear, we're your source. Check out these grab handles for example:

S.O.L® Paracord Grab Handles

Each handle contains 20 ft of 550 MilSpec paracord. An additional 10 ft if you choose 2 color. Standard attachment is 1.5 inch high density velcro brand one-wrap for a custom fit. We also have an optional 530 lbs test shackle option but recommend the velcro attachment. The snap or shackle variety, in our experience, will loosen as the cord braids tighten from use and cause the handle to sway & move. We have found the velcro one-wrap to be extremely useful in SOL situations but the choice is yours.

Want Jeep quality gear? Then visit us at S.O.L. Outfitters for more information.
 

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Looks pretty cool. I'd wonder if there is enough to hold with so little velcro. Being a big guy myself...would I yank them off in a bad situation?
 

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They are great. I like them better then my "OverBuilts".

The first thing I noticed was NO STICKERS in your superb packaging. I could make you some. The next thing I noticed was the velcro staps. Very nice and easy straps with the hook on one side and the loop on the other. That makes for quick and easy adjustments. They are indeed very strong. Being able to get much more velcro bite then other kinds of straps is what makes them much stronger in my honest opinion.

The pics do the velcro width no justice. They are plenty wide enough. I tug on them all the time and they haven't budged at all.

Another thing I like is actually the ease of installation. They go on faster and easier then my other ones. With my others, we put the fronts on and just never got around to putting the rears on yet. Not hard...but nowhere near as fast and easy as yours. Front and rear mounted with yours in no time flat.

I give your product a solid 10. I like them better than my "OverBuilts".

Thank you.

Jamey
 

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Interested!

Looks like a great concept/product. Would be interested in AUC camo straps, perhaps with black, for my Willys Edition TJ. The website does not have photos of these. I would like to see olive drab as an color option too. How about pix of the door handles too?
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Sounds good. I'm a pretty big guy 240lbs give or take how would that work out in a oh $&*@ moment. I've had my fortec straps fail on me and luckily it was sand I floped on. The only picture that shows is the camo strap.
 

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:D Got our new grab handles yesterday! They are very well made and seem like they will perform quite well. The only change I made was to reverse the velcro in them, so that the loops are next to the roll bar pad covers rather than the hooks, as the hooks will chew away at the cover over time.... (how do I know this? :( ) Other than that simple fix, they are very well made, good looking, easy to install, and a great addition to our newest family member.... :)

Thanks!
 

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Try 'em before you Buy 'em!

Sounds good. I'm a pretty big guy 240lbs give or take how would that work out in a oh $&*@ moment. I've had my fortec straps fail on me and luckily it was sand I floped on. The only picture that shows is the camo strap.
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Strap holding my 210+ frame easily. PM me your address if you want a set. Only pay for them if you like them. We're so convinced you'll be thrilled with them we'll cover return postage if you are not completely satisfied.
But don't jsut take our word for it. Click here for other reviews.
 
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