No, as you see if you go to a discount auto parts store and look at the very cheapest tow straps. One level up will be strong enough. Starting at 2 levels up the material looks like the mfg wasn't afraid of damaging the machines by having them make tighter braids.
You could probably figure out is thick enough with a micrometer. Most anything of any thicknes 2 inches wide will be OK. But, be aware that polypropelene is degraded by UV.
All old auto seatbelt straps, polyester, are fine. Heavy, and they are woven so they cannot be be slit and retain integrity, unfortunately. But, ideal for home use.