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by TractionSpecializers » Mon Dec 03, 2012 4:04 pm

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by Trail X » Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:10 pm

I have seen some good reviews about the bubba products around the web.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the big advantage I've understood is that it has more stretch than a standard recovery strap?
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by chevycrew » Mon Dec 03, 2012 5:50 pm

Yep, this allows a lightweight rig to even pull out a heavy one.

I carry a custom rope, 1 1/8" in diameter with the gatorize treatment, versus the 7/8" utv/lightweight rope, or the 1 1/4" fullsize truck/suv rope. I also have a 6' Tree Hugger.

Directly from their website:

A kinetic energy recovery rope (KERR), Bubba Rope® provides superior performance, strength and durability that goes way beyond typical recovery ropes, snatch straps and chains. It stretches and actively uses its own kinetic energy to help get your stuck vehicle moving.

Bubba Rope® is actually three ropes in one: An inner nylon core, braided looser to absorb more of the lower loads, an outer nylon jacket braided tighter for higher loads and then the whole rope is dipped in a polymetric base giving it a protective shell.

If you drive where there is mud, sand or snow then you need a Bubba Rope®. Click the button below to order your Bubba Rope today!
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