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Towing Recovery Winch Snatch Blocks with the Capacity of 4-10 Ton
Towing Recovery Winch Snatch Blocks with the Capacity of 4-10 Ton Towing Recovery Winch Snatch Blocks with the Capacity of 4-10 Ton Towing Recovery Winch Snatch Blocks with the Capacity of 4-10 Ton

Towing Recovery Winch Snatch Blocks with the Capacity of 4-10 Ton

9.99 USD
SKU: R-Winch-C
  • Recovery Winch Snatch Block
  • Capacity: 4 Ton - 10 Ton
  • Maximum Load Limit: 10,500 - 22,000 lbs

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    Weight (Lbs) 2.00

    • Recovery Winch Snatch Block
    • Capacity: 4 Ton - 10 Ton
    • Maximum Load Limit: 10,500 - 22,000 lbs
    The Best Way To Winch!

    The Best Way To Winch!

    Have you ever found yourself in an off-road situation where you didn't or may not have had enough strength to recover a Jeep, Tractor, UTV or ATV vehicle with your winch? One of the most common solution tools used in recovery and tow trucks is the winch snatch block!
    Snatch blocks are used to increase the strength of a line as well as providing new directional options for difficult towing jobs! They are designed for handling heavy vehicles, as they're also called Jeep snatch blocks and UTV snatch blocks, and work as a pulley point to redirect or change the direction of a winch line. These snatch blocks for winches are used as a pulley block with a swing-open plate. It's recommended you use these off-road snatch blocks for short-line, intermediate jobs rather than heavy-duty, long-line jobs.
    If you need a way to produce 100% more pulling or lifting capacity for your winches or change the direction of the winch cable, snatch block pulleys are the way to go! Sturdy, durable towing snatch blocks are ideal for short-distance towing and recovery situations for vehicles like ATV's and Jeeps! A snatch block allows for a smoother and easier winching process!
    For all off-road and towing needs, snatch block for winches are necessary recovery accessories!

    Snatch Block Characteristics:

    Stainless Steel, Heavy-Duty Pulley! Long-Lasting, Anti-Scratch Surface! Increase Your Strength!

    Stainless Steel, Heavy-Duty Pulley!

    Long-Lasting, Anti-Scratch Surface!

    Increase Your Strength!

    How To Use A Snatch Block for Winches

    1. A lot of off-road recovery snatch blocks have two rotating sides. To properly position your winch line, make sure the top part is rotated to fully expose the interior pulley.
    2. Now, with a D-ring, attach the non-pulley part of the towing snatch block to an anchor point.
    3. If you are recovering yourself, you can attach the line back onto the front of your vehicle and perform a double line pull.
    4. If you are helping someone else recover their jeep or ATV vehicle, more care is needed. You may be using the snatch block in this situation not for added strength, but to compensate for an odd angle. It’s important to have the vehicle you are towing facing the anchor point.
    5. Keep in mind that snatch blocks have a maximum weight capacity. You’ll want to make sure that both your winch line and snatch block can handle the force, otherwise the snatch block pulley may become deformed or your winch line may snap.
    How To Use A Snatch Block for Winches

    Towing Snatch Block Benefits:

    Snatch Block Pulley Features!

    Increase Pulling Power

    • When choosing snatch blocks for winches, make sure that the working load limits of the winch and snatch block are compatible.
    • The winch snatch block must be at least as strong as your winch line.
    • Make sure the groove in the towing snatch block fits the diameter of your winch line.
    • A groove that is too large won’t fully support the winch line and could cause damages.

    Change Directions

    • Since superwinch snatch blocks are anchored in a fixed position, the wider the angle means the less force the anchor point has to withstand.
    • Jeep snatch blocks are also used as anchor points to change the winch line direction from the disabled vehicle to increase pulling power.
    • Multiple small snatch blocks can even be used for self-extractionby routing the winch line from the back of the recovery truck to several anchored blocks to the front of the truck.

    How To Inspect Snatch Blocks for Winches with Hooks!

    Wear and tear is a common issue with all recovery accessories. Eventually, you will notice the effect of time on the weight a snatch block can handle. However, regular and frequent inspections can help you know when it may be time to buy a new snatch rigging block. It's good to look out for:
    • Deformation: it's an indication of overload and replacement is necessary.
    • Swivel end-play of more than 1/16".
    • Spreading side plates must be repaired or replaced.
    • Looseness in the side plates is a sign of loose damaged or worn-out nuts.
    • Groove wear in the sheave is caused by cable wear; this will also reduce the wire rope life.
    • Any hook deformation, crack, gouge or distortion needs to be replaced.
    Keeping your towing snatch blocks in proper working order will ensure your recovery accessories are ready for use when you need them most!
    How To Inspect Snatch Blocks for Winches with Hooks!

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