Overland Vehicle Systems D Ring Shackles 3/4" (2 Pack) 57,000 lbs. Break Strength with 7/8'' Pin Heavy Duty D Ring Shackle For Recovery Off Road For Tow Strap, Bumper, Winch, Snatch Block & Towing Jeep Truck SUV RV
Features: Two-Pack of ¾” Hot Forged Bow and 7/8” Pin, Electrostatic Plated (E-Coated) Base with a Secondary Powder Gloss Finish. 57,000 Lb. Breaking Strength with a 19,000 Lb. Working LOAD.
Fitment: Works with Bumpers with D Ring Mounts, Tow Straps, Recovery Straps, Tree Savers, Snatch Blocks, Receiver D Ring Mount, Towing Points on Most Vehicles and RV.
Finish: E-Coating is the ultimate pre-treatment finish and provides the longest protection than any other treatment on the market today. Our Two Stage Process with an E-Coat Treatment and then a Secondary Gloss Powder Coat is One of the Best Protection You Can Get On Any Metal Surface.
Warranty: Our recovery shackles come with a limited lifetime warranty which covers you against defects workmanship, material and finish. We stand behind our product 100%.
The shackle has multiple uses in recovery but the most common is affixed to a bumper however for more information see below for chart of uses with a shackle. Highly recommend at least two shackles and tow strap when off road.
This warranty will not cover any labor charges incurred in installation, removal, replacement or repair, transportation cost or any consequential damages, which might be caused by the product.
Overland Vehicle Systems shall not be liable in case of;
• Improper installation or modification of original product.
• Damages resulting from abuse
• Improper installation
• Any commercial application
If the original purchaser finds a defect in material or workmanship, please contact Overland Vehicle Systems Warranty Service, 9115 Dice Road Suite 14, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670. Please include proof of purchase or sales receipt. The law in some states may expand or modify this warranty. This warranty supersedes all other warranties, expressed or implied.
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