Decent recovery points should be mandatory on all four wheel drives. In fact, there is a reason every 4WD club in Australia will specify that before even commencing driver training, the vehicle must have quality recovery points fitted. But where do you start, especially if you have a modern four wheel drive without an easy-to-access chassis rail? One option, are the recovery points sold by a company called Roadsafe 4WD, who manufacture a range of tow points to suit many popular four wheel drives. These tow points have been tested and stamped with a WLL (working load limit), meaning they are up to the task of being used in recovery situations. In most cases, these tow points simply bolt up to existing holes in the vehicles chassis, making installation rather straightforward. However, the team at Roadsafe 4WD still recommend having the points fitted by a competent 4X4 mechanic, who understands the loads placed on a vehicle during recoveries. Oh, and all tow points are supplied with high-tensile hardware too.
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