Tsurikawa rings were originally a hand strap for people to hang on to when riding the bus or subway trains in Japan. These rings were stolen from trains by Japanese young gangsters, also known as Bosozokus, and hung from their car's rear bumper. It eventually became a sign of rebellion.
Hang it either inside or outside your car and remember, the lower it drags on the ground the cooler it looks!
The ring is hard PVC, the fastener is in PVC and the strap is made of nylon.
Use a screwdriver to install.
Don’t use it as a tow hook but you can try to hold on to it while your friend drives your car, no problem. Have fun!
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