(4) Remove the old D-ring by cutting the web bar leg on each side of the D-ring.
(5) Position the replacement D-ring in the same location as the one removed with the threaded
portion to the inside.
(6) With the slotted end of the bolt to the outside of the parachute harness, feed the screw pin of
the replacement D-ring through the harness material (in the exact location as the old D-ring web
bar) from the outside to the inside through the un-threaded hole to the threaded hole and
completely screw in the screw pin. It is recommended that a screwdriver blade the width of the
screw pin be used for better leverage and proper seating. Remember, the screw pin contains a
synthetic locking device and you must insure you completely seat the screw pin (Figure 8).
Once the screw pin is seated and staked, it will not be
removed (due to the synthetic locking device becoming
Slotted end of screw must face to the outside.