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(3) To prepare a new lanyard, cut a 20-inch length of type II (or type III) nylon cord. Remove the
core cord, tie an overhand knot at each end, and sear both ends. Secure the cord to the
safety pin and the static line snap hook, as shown, above, in this WP.
b. Replace. Remove the 5-foot-long static line extension from the 15-foot static line. Replace the
damaged safety pin or the lanyard, as described in the repair procedures detailed above. If the
extension is unserviceable because of frays, cuts, worn areas or other defects in the fabric that
cannot be repaired by restitching, replace the extension with a serviceable item from stock.
c. Install. Install the 5-foot extension onto the static line by attaching the ring, of the extension, to the
snap hook of the 15-foot static line. Install and bend the safety pin. Slide the permanently
attached cover, on the extension, over the snap hook of the 15-foot static line; tie and tape in
place using 2-inch wide masking tape.
12. Universal Static line.
a. Repair. There is no repair authorized on the USL or the USL snap hook.
b. Remove the unserviceable portion of the USL, or snap hook, and replace it with a serviceable
item from stock.
Remove an unserviceable deployment bag and replace it with a serviceable one from stock.
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