Was just spending the day looking at stuff when I chanced across a Rugged Ridge Winch Pull Strap still in it's box at a garage sale. A couple bucks later it was headed home with me. I don't think this was ever used, it was still in the plastic untouched. I had seen some other pulls that were basically a strap with a loop at one end, not much to grab onto, but this one looks a lot better with the handle on the end.
|Here's the box.|
|Here's the pull strap. Fairly simple in design. It does have a really nice handle to wrap your hand around and pull the winch cable out with. Operation is fairly simple with hooking the small loop over the winch cable, grabbing the handle and pulling. Okay, now go back and flip the winch to freespool. You know you've done that.|
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