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which tree saver to get?

i have just gotten a warn M12000 winch for my 1999 f-250 truck which tree saver to get? i do not have a pulley block but may get one some day so i need a tree saver that will work for it. most dont go over 26000 lbs that is close to 24000 not much safety factor for bad angels or other things that will weaken the strap. i would like one made in the USA and longer then 20" so i could use it to extend the line if needed. i dont do a lot of mudding but would like something that will work right and not hurt someone.

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if its good for 26k in a straight line pull, when you go around a tree, and hook the ends together, you have roughly doubled the strength. that puts you around 52k. I'm assuming that they are straight pull rated. now all you need is a tree rated for 52 K

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