ARMY TM 10-1670-282-23&P
AIR FORCE TO. 13CS30-2
NAVY NAVAIR 13-1-33
Using a suitable marking aid, mark the folded riser strap at a point 5 inches from the strap running ends.
Beginning at a point 3 1/2 inches above the clevis attaching loop, secure the riser strap webbing plies
together by making a row of stitching along each webbing edge to the 5-inch mark made in (o) above.
Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-17, and using the specifics in table 2-3.
Pass the riser strap running ends through the spreader bar end loop and a line the mark made in (o)
above with the upper edge of the spreader bar webbing.
Secure the spreader end loop to the riser strap by stitching a single-X-box-stitch formation, with one
double end. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-17, and using the specifics in table
When arranging and installing the suspension lines on a G-14 34-foot-diameter
cargo parachute riser strap, insure the lines do not become disarranged or
Position the two suspension line groups removed in (d) above on the riser strap running ends according
to original construction details and the details in figure 2-56.
Secure each suspension line by stitching a 1/8-inch wide by 3-inch long row of double-throw zig-zag
stitching, using the specifics in table 2-3.
Using the procedures in paragraph 2-30 above, install a replacement suspension line reinforcement on
each of the riser strap running ends.
Reinstall the parachute inspection data pocket (log record pocket), if serviceable, on the left riser strap
by hand tacking the pocket at four points using two turns double, ticket No. 5 waxed cotton thread at
each point. Secure each of the tacking ends with a surgeons knot and a locking knot. Trim tie ends to
As applicable, stencil the riser identification markings on the right riser strap according to original
stenciling details, using the procedures in paragraph 2-17.
Attach a serviceable riser clevis to the clevis attaching loop on the lower end of the riser strap.