I have had my recovery shackle for many years. I have pulled tree stumps with it, towed other cars and trucks, and even towed a freight liner cargo truck with it. I suspect anyone would break their truck before they break this shackle. But I want to comment about the loose fit. In another comment someone is concerned about the loose fit. I consider this a plus. After a day of deep mud off-roading, or a winter of Michigan's salted roads, I never have any trouble getting my shackle out of the receiver. I wish I could say the same about my tow ball!
By Robert from Waterford, mi
Would have been nice if it fit tighter like a normal receiver, but will still work to pull or be pulled when stuck. 2010f150
By F150 from Canada
gorgeous look behind my truck
Actually I bought this receiver shackle bracket by warn just to add accessories on my 1999 toyota tacoma truck hitch & my TOY looks great, maybe in the future that I need to haul or pull something, I will test the strength & power of the product, but for now I enjoy rolling my truck as well as the beauty of the WARN on it.
By RENE from LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
Quality looking part
By Ted from San Diego, Ca
Heavy Duty, Made in the USA!
This product is made from good steel in the old US of A. Need I say more? It works great with a tow strap. With our extra long winter this year, it has seen alot of use. Thank You!
By Jason from Kearney, NE
Warn recovery shackle
Great way to add a recovery point if you don't have factory tow hooks
Thanks for the inquiry stephen, the Warn Receiver Shackle Bracket part # WAR29312 this is for a 2 inch receiver.
from blue ridge ga. on
What is the max load this shackle bracket and d-ring set will take?
Mr. Sorry I have so many questions from Conway,SC on
Thank you for your question. The Max load rating for this shackle and mount is 9500 lbs. or the max load listing of the class 3 hitch you are installing it into. Which ever is lower.
Mike from Conway,SC on
Would I be able to purchase a larger d-ring shackle and put it on this and still fit?
Taylor the Noob from Conway,SC on
You have to be careful in your choice of D Rings you wish to use. there are so many different ones out there. Yes you can change the D-ring but some may require modification to the insert body or enlarging of the through hole to accommodate some. Thank You
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