The ARB Weekender Recovery kit sports a new heavy-duty PVC outer shell and modernized color way. The 600gsm PVC outer provides a rugged exterior perfect for recovery situations and also now provides easier cleaning and keeps the bag from getting damp. Its slim design allows easy storage in your vehicle or ARB Outback Solutions drawers, and keeps vital vehicle recovery equipment at-theready.
When your vehicle is stuck in knee deep mud, bogged in the sweltering desert, or aiding a recovery at the beach, reliability, performance and durability of your recovery gear is paramount. You can rely on ARB recovery products for you and your vehicle’s safety.
- 1 x ARB 17,600lbs Vehicle recovery strap (ARB705LB)
- Recovery strap features genuine 20% stretch, 100% nylon made with reinforced eyes
- 2 x 4.75t Type “S” galvanized shackles 19mm (¾”) with red powder coated pin
- 1 x Pair cow grain leather palm, cow split leather back gloves
- 1 x 600gsm PVC recovery bag with reflective strips
- Dual storage compartments
- Dedicated sewn-in shackle holders
- Heavy duty buckles and comfortable rubber carry handle
- CE Certified
Included in the kit is the high-quality ARB 17,600lbs vehicle recovery strap (ARB705LB Snatch strap which has been a winner of many recovery strap tests throughout the world), two type “S” Galvanized 4.75t rated shackles, one set of cow grain leather palm with cow split leather back gloves, and the updated rugged PVC recovery bag with dual internal pockets highlighted in the ARB topographic styling.
The dual compartments provide space for a recovery dampener (ARB220, sold separately) to further complement your weekend recovery setup.
When selecting a vehicle recovery strap (snatch strap) it is recommended that the minimum breaking strength of the strap should be between two and three times the gross vehicle mass (GVM) of any vehicle it is used with, and that the strap must be suited to the GVM of the lighter of the two vehicles used in the recovery process. The 17,600lbs recovery strap is therefore suitable for vehicles with a GVM between the range of 5,840lbs - 8,820lbs encompassing most all 4WD vehicles. This is only to be used as a general guide.