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Yankum Ropes

1 1/4" Kinetic Recovery Rope "Mamba"

1 1/4" Kinetic Recovery Rope "Mamba"

Regular price $354.99 USD
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Size

[WLL 5/4/3 10,400-17,400 lbs]

[MBS 52,300 lbs]

Description

1-1/4” Kinetic Energy Rope for Recovery: Mamba Recommended for recovery rigs weighing 10,250-14,499 pounds.

Minimum Breaking Strength: 52,300 lbs

Best for 1 Ton Utility Bed Trucks, Overland Vans & Overland Diesel Trucks

In Deep? This diameter size is best utilized in anything from a loaded toy hauler to the truck pulling it. Why is this better than traditional flat webbing straps?

Yankum Ropes delivers extra linear force and added kinetic energy that give you the power of momentum. This rope was designed for professionals but made to serve anyone who needs an extra tug. This rope is a step into the big leagues of Yanking. It’s built to stretch and literally handle TONS of weight.

This Mil-Spec quality product is made out of the best Double Braided rope. We use our “Code Red” Polymeric coating to protect against UV, water and abrasion as well as dip the eyes in a thick, protective rubber coating to ensure extended life where it matters most. Yankum Ropes are designed for recovery.

Remember to pair the recovery rope with the recovery vehicle, NOT the stuck vehicle.

  • For use on vehicles from 10,250 - 14.499 lbs
  • Minimum Tensile Strength 52,300 lbs
  • WLL 10,400-17,400 lbs
  • Double Braid Nylon Build
  • Polymeric Coating
  • Sealed Against Stain and Water
  • UV Resistant
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • Made in USA
Shipping
  • Orders ship within 3-5 business days
  • Worldwide shipping available
  • Expedited shipping services available
  • Local pickup available at YR Headquarters, ready in 1 hour during normal business hours
Size Recommendations
  • *Soft Shackle Size - 1/2" Soft Shackle
  • *Hard Shackle Size - 7/8"
  • *Bag Size - L

Unsure on which size to get? Click here for a recommendation.

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What size rope do I need?

Ropes are rated based on the weight of the vehicle doing the recovery, not the vehicle that's stuck. Taking your service truck or overland rig to the rescue? You need this 1 1/4" rope. 

What length should I get?

The rope length just depends on the user, the terrain, and the vehicles using the ropes. We recommend a 20' if you're going to be in dense woods or rocky areas, where space is limited. And a 30' rope for wide open worksites and deserts.

What is the black velcro piece that came with the rope?

The chafe sleeve. It's 5 feet of polyurethane coated ballistic nylon with velcro on each side. It's a protective sleeve designed to slide up and down the rope as needed to protect the rope from abrasive obstacles.

What is the rope rated for?

The ropes have a 'Minimum Breaking Strength' (MBS). You then use a 'Factor of Safety'(FOS) to determine your 'Working Load Limit' (WLL). Your FOS is typically somewhere between 3 and 5, so either a 3:1, 4:1, or 5:1. You will find your working load limit by dividing the MBS by the FOS. Example:

      • 52,300 / 3 = 17,433
      • 52,300 / 4 = 13,075
      • 52,300 / 5 = 10,460

What is the proper way to store the rope?

Yankum Ropes are designed to handle a lot of tough situations, and taking good care of your rope when not in use will prolong the life of the rope. It is recommended to store your rope out of the elements and away from harsh chemicals. 

How fast should I go when performing a recovery with a kinetic rope?

Start your recovery with a very slow pull, then move to kinetic pulls. Increase speed gradually until the stuck vehicle is free, but do not exceed 5 mph. If you've reached 5 mph and the stuck vehicle hasn't moved, rethink a different way to recover. Stay safe!

 

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