AEV Recovery Gear
AEV Recovery Gear
$20.00 – $189.00
Kinetic Recovery Rope
Whether stuck in deep mud, sand, snow or silt, AEV’s Kinetic Recovery Rope is the perfect tool for freeing a stuck vehicle.
Able to be used as a 10′ winch extension, a rock line, a tree saver or as a rigging bridle, AEV’s Utility Rope is the multi-tool of recovery gear.
Sometimes having just a winch is not enough. AEV’s Winch Extension Rope safely extends the length of your winch’s cable by 30′ to help reach your desired recovery or anchor point.
Lightweight, strong, and versatile, AEV Soft Shackles are a safe and viable option when a traditional D-ring anchor shackle cannot be used.
Recovery Gear Bag
Built to hold up to years of real world use out on the trail, AEV’s recovery gear bag is large enough to store all your essential gear neatly in one location.
Double the effective pulling power of your winch with AEV’s snatch block. Featuring ArmorGalv® coating, self-lubricating Oilite® bushing with a specialized polymer pulley, and an industry-first, inward-rolled eyelet for safe engagement with ropes and soft-shackles.
Keep your recovery bag organized with AEV’s rope ties. These handy rope ties feature a velcro closure and are fully adjustable.
Winch Hook Isolator
Eliminate unwanted rattling and stop having to anchor your winch hook to a recovery point on your vehicle
An essential part of any recovery kit. AEV’s anchor shackles feature AmorGalv® coating on the shackle for superior corrosion resistance with a high- visibility, zinc plated pin.
AEV’s 30-foot kinetic Recovery Strap is a robust recovery tool, perfectly suited for freeing a vehicle that is stuck in deep mud, sand, snow, or silt
AEV’s Tree Strap allows a winch cable to be safely anchored to tree’s trunk when recovering a stuck vehicle, without causing any permanent damage.
Please Note: Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS) is the minimum force necessary to cause a recovery device to break or fail. Working Load Limit (WLL) is the recommended maximum force a recovery device is intended to safely support, when the force is applied in-line and through the centerline of the device. The WLL is calculated by dividing the Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS) by a safety factor that is generally around 4-to-1. For example, the AEV Snatch Block has an MBS of 52,000 LBS, so when divided by a safety factory of 4-to-1, the WLL becomes 13,000 LBS.
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