Three Things to Consider Before Buying a Ratchet Puller

Survival Basics

It’s obvious that the larger the object to move, the larger the ratchet puller has to be, but there’s another reason: you need a line that’s rated strong enough to move the object without breaking, and a snapped cable isn’t just frustrating, it can be dangerous. A steel cable that’s severed under a load can snap back with enough force to sever a limb. Invest in both practicality and safety by getting a ratchet puller that’s rated for heavy loads, and comes with a line that won’t snap back if it somehow breaks.

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