2.14. INDIVIDUAL OVERWATER SURVIVAL KIT-Continued
3. Double the webbing length and spread the webbing ends to a width of 2 inches (B).
Figure 2-13. Connector loop construction and attaching details.
A. Fabrication and stitching specifics.
B. Forming and positioning the loop.
4. Position the folded webbing in the original location and stitch each webbing end with a 3-inch-long,
single-X-box-stitch formation with two double ends, using original stitching details and the specifics in
table 2-3. Stitching will be made in accordance with paragraph 2-7.
(c) Reseating a snap fastener. As required, reseat the snap fastener located on one end gusset of the kit
outer case or the snap fastener located on the thong using the procedures in paragraph 2-10 a.
(d) Replacing a snap fastener. A defective snap fastener which may be located on the kit outer case end
gusset or on the thong shall be replaced using the procedures in paragraph 2-10 b and the following
1. On the kit outer case gusset replace the original snap fastener with a serviceable 7/64-inch-diameter
post and a stud with a 1/2-inch-diameter base.
2. On the slide interlocking fastener thong, replace the original snap fastener with a serviceable 7/32-
inch-diameter shank cap and a 5/16-inch-diameter socket.