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  • bigjimg
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    Invest in an equalising strap for recovery. While they are rated at 3250kg you can easily exceed that when properly bogged and snatching out. A much better way of connecting anyhow cause you are not concentrating all load on one half of the chassis rail. I’ve got these on mine and they’re good. Jim

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  • weedoman
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    Now installed. Easy job.

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  • weedoman
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    Ended up ordering a pair. Just arrived. Will let you know when I get around to installing them

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  • weedoman
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    Originally posted by Leew917 View Post
    Hello,

    I'm brand new to the site and have just bought a Mighty 90 Series.

    Does anyone have the Air on Board Recovery Tow Point kit fitted to their car?

    Cheers.
    Fellow newby here.

    Do you mean these?

    https://www.aironboard.com.au/store/...-prado-90.html

    I don't have them but in researching recovery points had also come across them, so am curious to hear of experiences.

    FWIW - guidance I keep reading is to consult the owner's manual to see if any factory installed hooks are only for tying down during transport; or are they for towing/recovery. According to the manual with my TX, the hooks at the front and rear (one at each end) are for towing/recovery. Good to know. I would still like to have two at each end though.

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  • Leew917
    started a topic Air on Board Recovery Tow Point Kit

    Air on Board Recovery Tow Point Kit

    Hello,

    I'm brand new to the site and have just bought a Mighty 90 Series.

    Does anyone have the Air on Board Recovery Tow Point kit fitted to their car?

    Cheers.
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