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9. Suspension line protector cover tie-down loop. Repair the tie-down loops that are burned, frayed or
torn over one-half of the loop, as follows:
a. Cut stitching, and remove damaged loop.
b. Cut a 6-inch length of 9/16-inch, type I, nylon webbing; wax ends of webbing.
c. Position the type I webbing in the same place the damaged material was removed. Align the two
ends of the type I webbing, with the top of the webbing reinforcement.
d. Sew the loop in place on the underside of the protector cover with a 3-point WW stitch formation
on each end of the type I webbing; stay on the webbing reinforcement. Use a light-duty sewing
machine, size E, nylon thread, and 7 to 11 stitches per inch.
10. Standard 15-foot static line assembly. Repair or replace a static line assembly as follows:
The only repair permissible on the standard 15-foot static line is the
replacement of the safety pin and the lanyard.
a. Repair. Proceed as follows:
(1) Remove damaged lanyard or safety pin by cutting lanyard or untying knots securing the
lanyard to the static line.