Other than that you can't go too wrong. Go to Wal*Mart or you local auto parts store and get one. Usually they're 2" wide, rated at 20,000 pounds. I wouldn't get any less than that but I would bother with anything much nicer, either, unless you're really careful about protecting your gear. When they get dirty they break down so keep it clean or replace it when it gets worn. Should be around $30-40.
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NO hooks, and if you are using it for recovery while offroading get a recovery strap not a tow strap. Tow straps aren't made for the stresses.
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I got my recovery strap at Gander mtn of all places. It's the same brand Quadratec and 4wd sell, Keeper. I paid $20 for a 2" x 20' strap rated for 20000 lbs. It was the cheapest I could find.
Dont get one with hooks, most places dont allow them.