Twelve feet of 1" nylon web (1700 lb. test) with loop end, carrying pouch, and use instructions.
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Customer Reviews (2)
- Good insuranceReview by bsjm
- Luckily I haven't had a chance to use this yet, but for the price and size, it's something that everyone should carry. If you are the type that ventures of the beaten path, you definitely need one. You'd be surprised how long it takes to walk what you just rode in a few minutes. You can of course use a rope, but chances are it won't be rated as high as this strap and it will most likely not be as small and compact. (Posted on 4/11/12)
- Tow Strap Saves The dayReview by David
We were deep in the woods - in snow - when our buddy on his DL-650 V-Strom lost his clutch plowing through the snow.
Since there were hills to get over to get out he'd have to have left the bike about 20 miles in the forest & it was going to snow again that night!!!
I've been carrying my Buddy tow around for 10+ years & this was the 1st time it was needed & it saved the day! Now everyone carries one. Nice thing is they're small & light & don't take up much room and can fit anywhere. (Posted on 3/8/12)
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HOW TO TOW A BIKE, MORE OR-LESS SAFELY
- 1. Attach fixed end of strap to strong place on rear of towing bike where it won't become tangled in the rear wheel or break off a turn signal.
- 2. Run the free end under the lower triple clamp and between the forks of the broken-down bike, then upward to the left hand-grip.
- 3. Wrap the free end around the left grip once and cover tightly with your hand.
- 4. Have the towing bike carefully move forward to take up any slack. Then begin towing.
- 5. All acceleration for both bikes provided by towing bike. All braking for both bikes provided by the being-towed bike.
- 6. If anything goes wrong, loosen hand on left grip and free end of strap will self-disconnect from towed bike.