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M.Seidam

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Every time I see a tow rope getting tight on a sharp tug, it makes me wince. I've seen too many parts flying off cars and turning into projectiles. There was a video going around on whatsapp a couple of years ago showing the aftermath of where the rope broke and went through the windscreen and hit the guy in the face. It showed the guy rolling round on a hospital bed in pain with half of his jaw missing. I've seen a lot of bad accident videos but that one stuck with me.

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27 minutes ago, Barry said:

Every time I see a tow rope getting tight on a sharp tug, it makes me wince. I've seen too many parts flying off cars and turning into projectiles. There was a video going around on whatsapp a couple of years ago showing the aftermath of where the rope broke and went through the windscreen and hit the guy in the face. It showed the guy rolling round on a hospital bed in pain with half of his jaw missing. I've seen a lot of bad accident videos but that one stuck with me.

 

We started using additional rope support on every soft/medium/hard tugs.

It cost additional 30 seconds but safeguard everyone life and expensive damage.

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Thank you @Gaurav and @Frederic for the valuable comments and paying attention to the smallest detail regarding any rope recovery is very important in order to avoid or minimize the risk to the minimum and if occurs God forbidden to ensure damage is almost zero.

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In the recovery 4th one crest recover 

from the other side I couldn’t see off course 

but what I thought was this 👇( found it in you tube by Carnity 2018 )

 

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18 minutes ago, Mohamed Seidam said:

In the recovery 4th one crest recover 

from the other side I couldn’t see off course 

but what I thought was this 👇( found it in you tube by Carnity 2018 )

 

Correct, that was the same technique i did on your fourth video (crest recovery).

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From my very first Carnity drive in 2018:
@Rahimdad recovering Srini his FJ Cruiser.

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