- Code: SN75T15Mt
- Code: SN75T20Mt
75 Tonne Bridle, Code; Bridl75T$550.00
75Tonne Axle Strap, code; AS75T$187.00
- Code: SShack25T
- Code: SN100T9mtpack
- Code: SN100T15mtpack
- Code: SN100T9Mt
- Code: SN100T12Mt
- Code: SN100T15Mt
- Code: Bridl100T
- Code: AS100T
- Code: SShack2T
- Code: SShack3.25T
- Code: SShack35T
Why Choose Our Snatch Straps?
✓ Locally Manufactured
✓ Custom Options Available
Trusted by Australian farmers for nearly 20 years, at Central Wheatbelt Imports, we are known for superior product quality.
We have been supplying locally manufactured snatch straps since 2016. Spanning from 16-tonne to 100-tonne snatch-straps, our range caters for trucks, tractors, heavy machinery and four-wheel-drives.
We can also have straps made to your custom requirements, usually within two working days.
Treated properly and stored clean and dry, these straps are an investment that will last a long time.
We continually receive great feed-back on the quality and durability of these straps. The most common comment we hear is that operators don’t get as stuck (trying to get themselves out), as having a strap on hand makes extracting bogged machines a much easier and simpler task and a much smaller towing tractor is required.
Purchase your snatch straps from our online shop, or call us on (08) 9335 2700 to discuss your custom requirements.
How Do Snatch Straps Work?
Snatch straps are constructed from nylon, when used to recover a stuck vehicle. The kinetic energy stored in the strap whilst under tension generates an improved pulling power for extracting the bogged vehicle.
Not only do the straps assist the vehicle recovery itself, but they also reduce the risk of vehicle damage during the recovery process.
While snatch straps are highly effective in recovery operations, they can also be highly dangerous if not used correctly. Make sure you are using the right straps for your vehicle and machinery and be sure to follow the instructions carefully, to avoid accidents and injury.
A snatch strap is not designed for towing and should never be used for this purpose.
For more information on our snatch straps, contact our friendly team today.