The Future Is here.
In the realm of 4WD recoveries, pulleys have become a fundamental tool for two primary reasons: Mechanical Advantage and line angling.
Achieving twice the pulling force while using twice the rope length, pulleys are ideal for heavy-duty recoveries where additional pulling force is required or when reducing the load on your winch and battery system is desired.
Rope Redirection and Angling
By creating a triangle with your winch, anchored pulley, and desired load, rope redirection allows for versatile maneuvering. Angles ranging from 5 to 180º can be formed. Enabling various tasks such as weaving between trees, removing obstacles off the track from an angle such as fallen trees, or assisting another 4WD vehicle up the same hill.
How does it work?
- Loop a soft shackle through the snatch ring and a fixed anchor point like your tree protector.
- Feed your winch rope through the snatch ring, and back to your vehicles dedicated recovery point.
- A soft shackle - this attaches the ring pulley to your anchor
- An anchor to hold the soft shackle in place, such as our tree protector
- A dedicated recovery point on your vehicle for the winch hook