Mark W said:I would be more concerned about the fairly light duty strap that was designed to be bolted on, which has instead been weld to the bumper. These D-ringd can be had with a much sturdier mount intended to be welded. I'm not sure I would trust that strap.
I use that size ring on trailers for tie down points. I prefer the next size up for recover points on bumpers. I would expect that it will handle any winching load. I don't know how comfortable I would be hitting it with a snatch strap and a vigorous running start.
Mithila said:What is it called? Where can I get one from. Will it fit the existing holes in a rear bumper of a 40?.
re_guderian said:??? What is this? Maybe another name for _____?
canyoneer said:Those swivel hoist rings are pretty damn nice. A little rubber tubing sliced and slid over the ring would keep it from rattling, too.
DaktariEd said:The CarrLane Website has the prices listed under the "Dimensions" tabs.
The Swivel Hoist Ring rated at 10,000 lbs, and a shank length of 1-1/2" is $175...each...