I agree, buy a quality strap online, or being in So Cal as it says in your profile, you could go to Off Road Warehouse or 4-Wheel Parts and they will have what you need.
When it comes to recovery pulls it is important to exercise extreme caution. Contrary to what many believe, a chain of appropriate rating is the safest to use, although it can also cause the most damage to either vehicle because there is no "give" or stretch - but, for this same reason a chain by itself will not recoil, but will simply fall to the ground.
The danger is in the abrupt release of stored energy; a chain stores the energy in each of the links separately and each releases it separately. Because the chain dose not stretch much if at all, and each individual link stretches imperceptibly the stored energy in each link is negligible.
On the other hand, a strap can stretch considerably and store lots of energy (think of stretching a rubber band) which can be very dangerous if that energy is released all at once. That is why you don't want a heavy object on the end of a strap, like a hook or even worse, a chain.
Originally Posted by BroncoHauler
Neither. Buy an appropriate tow strap, which for you should be something like a 10,000lb rated tow strap. Lowest price for extraction gear is typically not the best choice.
Chains can break, and when they do under tension, just like metal winch cables, release their tension with a vengance and can cause personal injury or death, or cause significant vehicle damage. For a similar reason, I'm not a fan of tow straps with metal hooks attached.
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