c. Pass the top of the snap hook through the static line loop.
d. Continue passing the snap hook through the static line loop; pull the excess static line back
through the opening in the base of the snap hook until the loop is past the snap hook opening.
e. Slide the loop down to the bottom of the snap hook until the static line is fully seated in the indent
on the side of the snap hook; form a taut girth-hitch.
Ensure there are no twists in the static line snap hook loop.
Before forming the girth-hitch, the green ID marking thread on the
USL and USL extension must be on top.
3. Attaching the USL extension to the USL.
a. Attach the USL snap hook to the USL extension as stated in paragraph 2, above.
b. Pass the 3½-inch loop, on the USL, through the 2-inch buffer loop, on the USL extension.