A Bridle Rope or Strap is a piece of equipment commonly used in vehicle recovery and towing operations. It is designed to distribute the force of the pull or load between two attachment points on a vehicle, rather than relying on a single point. This distribution of force helps balance the load and reduce stress on any individual attachment point, making it safer and more effective for recovering vehicles, especially in challenging situations.
Bridle ropes and straps are indispensable tools for vehicle recovery operations. Bridle straps, also known as tow straps, typically measure 60mm in width and come in options of 8 or 12 tons of capacity, with a standard length of 3.5 meters. On the other hand, bridle ropes are available in thicknesses of 10 and 12mm, offering impressive load capacities of 10 or 14 tons, with a length of 3.5 meters.