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Definition: kinetic energy - The energy possessed by a system or object as a result of its motion. The kinetic energy of objects with mass is dependent upon the velocity and mass of the object, and is equal to the product of half the mass times the square of the speed.

The "Original Aussie" Snatch Rope


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Made from doulbe-braid nylon, the "Original Aussie" kinetic snatch rope is what all our fellow off-roading buddies use down under In Australia. Using the principles of kinetic energy for maximum effect, this kinetic snatch rope will stretch and safely pull a vehicle to safety. For heavy-duty tugging recovery of stuck vehicles in mud, snow, or sand.

33,000 lbs MBS.
Rated for mid to full-size jeeps & 4x4s.
Chafe guarded loops on each end.
High Strength & High stretch.
Made from Nylon double-braid.
Professionally spliced.




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For recovery above & beyond!





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The "Original Aussie" Snatch Rope & Kit Bag


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Protect your "Original Aussie" Snatch Rope by storing it in our handy kit bag. Don't just throw that Snatch Rope into the back! Store it carefully, and it will be there for you when you need it.
Holds your other recovery gear too.

Wide-mouth Gear Bag,
heavy-duty nylon zipper, outer
pockets, and hard fiber floor.
U.S. SHIPMENTS (CONTINENTAL U.S.)







Kinetic Recovery Ropes

A heavy-duty tool used in the recovery of stuck vehicles in snow, mud, or sand. It is made of Nylon Double Braid enabling High Strength & High stretch.
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Kinetic Recovery MIL

For recovery above & beyond your standard off-road recovery. Our military-grade kinetic Recovery Ropes are used by our Armed Forces.




Disclaimer. Please read: The effectiveness of this equipment is directly related to the manner in which it is installed, used, and/or maintained. Proper installation, use and maintenance is solely the responsibility of the installer/user, and will not be assumed by OKoffroad.com.