Using the right tow-point for off-road recovery can be tricky. There are core competencies to the tow-point - strength, anchorage, accessibility - all of which are necessary for any pull to work. Strength (how good is the connecting point?), anchorage (how well is it attached to the vehicle?) and accessibility (how easily can you work with it?) are all essential.
Missing any of these factors increases your potential for all sorts of trailside misadventure, violent injuries and damaged vehicles amongst them. On the other hand, with strength, anchorage and accessibility satisfied, you can yank or be yanked and not have to cut down on your adventures in getting lost and stuck.
Article By: Oliver
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