Oh that would be it for me. If I were required to pull someone out with those on his bumper, they wouldn't be on the bumper when I finished. I make sure they got ripped off. Get a run at it...…….They have locks on them to stop a real Jeeper from taking them off and throwing them in the scrap barrel to save the owner from themselves . Think what those would do to your hands during a tough recovery where you're having to re-rig several times in mud or snow to get out. WTF? :roto2lol:
I leave my shackles on because i don't want to worry about forgetting them or losing them. This way i always know where they are.Don't understand why folks leave their shackles on their bumpers when not in use . . . . ?
Not any of my business . . . . so, I'll just shut-up. :risunis:
I was expecting spring shackles to.Dumb...
As an aside, When I opened this thread, with the title, for some reason I was expecting spring shackles.
Ditto, and I don't want to mess with putting my shackles on when I'm in here.I leave my shackles on because i don't want to worry about forgetting them or losing them.
The shackle needs to get disconnected from the bumper in order to attach a strap anyway. I keep one attached to the end of my tree strap and snatch strap. Both live in the Jeep full time.