Jeep Wrangler Recovery Gear
When you go off-roading, it’s vital that you have the gear to recover yourself and other vehicles.
Adding a winch to your Wrangler is an absolute must if you'll be taking on anything tougher than beginner trails. By using a large tree or other sturdy object, you can carefully pull your Wrangler out of a stuck situation. Be sure you know how to properly use your kit before installing it on your vehicle.
Recovery ropes or straps can be just as helpful for getting unstuck. By attaching them to a point on your Wrangler, usually a D-ring, you can be pulled by another 4x4 back onto safe ground. A hitch receiver can also be used as a hook-up point.
Modern recovery ropes and straps can connect to soft shackles for easier use. With a kinetic rope, you can safely multiply extra pulling force to the stuck vehicle. This happens in a smooth and controlled manner, granting a huge advantage over traditional chains.
Besides getting pulled out, there are other ways to use recovery gear to aid your Jeep Wrangler. Sometimes, a recovery shovel is all you need to move sand or loose dirt out from under your rig. Other times, a recovery jack can be useful.