With a 75,000 lb breaking strength and 25,000 lb working load, this tow strap is a “hoss”. They make even bigger but this size is perfect for a dually truck with an RV/trailer hitched up. No need for bigger since I don’t own a tractor trailer.The manufacturer’s listing has great information on tow straps vs tree savers vs kinetic ropes vs lifting straps. I highly recommend reading that information.The quality is great. It’s 20 foot as advertised, right at 4 3/4” as advertised, with end loop lengths of 16 inches. All of that is shown in the pictures. The thickness is right at 3/16 inches. It has a very substantial heft and feel.One thing I don’t understand is the amount of stitching on one end (21 inches worth) compared to the other end (about 8 inches or so). It seems weird for one end to be so different than the other. Functionally, it makes no difference. But I’d still like to know why. You can see what I’m talking about in the picture showing the entire uncoiled tow strap.The bag is great. It is actually sized to easily fit this tow rope and other items you’ll need like shackles of some sort. Or throw in a pair of gloves. These days, it seems like manufacturers put a bag with their product and the product only fits when it’s compressed and folded exactly as it was made. Refreshingly not the case here!I really like this tow strap and definitely recommend it. I also recommend choosing a size corresponding to your maximum possible use case. For me, that’s a truck and RV combo. The nice thing is it will always work for smaller jobs too.