Stronger Than Steel!
47,000 lb Average Breaking Strength (ABS)!
The NexGen PRO Gator-Jaw® synthetic soft shackle is lightest and strongest 3/8" diameter synthetic shackle ever made. Weighing only 6.5 ounces it has an average breaking strength (ABS) of 47,000 lbs. and a minimum breaking strength (MBS) of 42,000 lbs.
The unique design has eliminated all rope-weakening-splices found in other soft shackles. The locking loop incorporates a flexible tough epoxy rubber slider that slips over a patented designed knot making a strong closed connector. The new slider is made from tough rubber epoxy giving it the strength and stretch to hold up to the wear and tear of off-road recovery.
All Gator-Jaw synthetic soft shackles are made from HMPE synthetic fibers and contain no metal, so they won’t rust and are so light they float.
- Average breaking strength 47,000 lbs.
- 3/8” diameter 12 strand High Modulus Polyethylene (HMPE) rope
- 6.5” bow width
- Vinyl coated for UV and fiber locking protection
- Slider made from two-part flexible high-performance urethane elastomer
Jeeps & Trucks weighing 4k – 8k lbs.
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