JYD Industries (Junkyard Dog Industries) is a division of ESI Equipment, Inc.
Make Vehicle Stabilization Faster Easier Safer Autonomous
Forget bulky, cumbersome cribbing. Junkyard Dog Industries Vehicle Rescue Struts have proven, over and over, that in-vehicle rescue situation when time is critical, less equipment definitely does do more.
For more than 15 years, Junkyard Dog Rescue Struts have proven to be an essential 1st-in stabilization tool for thousands of departments and trusted by a network of Distributors spanning across the country. Uniquely engineered to work autonomously to eliminate the hassle of complicated assembly, Junkyard Dog (JYD) Rescue Struts are purpose-built to arm your department with simple, lightweight, powerful, and proven rescue struts.
Junkyard Dog Rescue Struts are available in two styles, each available in a variety of sizes to accommodate your department’s needs.
Features and Benefits
Concept & Design
Better vehicle stabilization that leads to safer operations is what the entire family of Junkyard Dog Rescue Struts is all about.
Constructed with a 4-gauge solid wall steel outer tube, inner threaded stainless-steel column, a double ZipNut® adjustment OR stainless steel locking pins, and military-grade ratchet and axle straps, JYD’s Rescue Struts are engineered to effectively accommodate conventional and ultra-modern vehicle construction features. Each rescue strut is powder-coated for an enduring finish and includes a Vinyl coated polyester accessory pouch containing accessories not in use.
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