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Introduction

If the hook end (male end) of your buckle is broken, it’s easy to replace. We’ll show you how in just a few easy steps.

Parts

  1. In order to determine the correct buckle size, measure the webbing. The webbing illustrated here is 15 mm, so you would need a 15 mm buckle.
    • In order to determine the correct buckle size, measure the webbing. The webbing illustrated here is 15 mm, so you would need a 15 mm buckle.

  2. Remove the broken buckle from the webbing by first pulling the webbing through the locking strap and then unthreading it from the buckle. Use a screwdriver or tweezers to help pull the webbing through, if necessary. Use a screwdriver or tweezers to help pull the webbing through, if necessary.
    • Remove the broken buckle from the webbing by first pulling the webbing through the locking strap and then unthreading it from the buckle.

    • Use a screwdriver or tweezers to help pull the webbing through, if necessary.

Conclusion

Follow the instructions in reverse order to finish your repair.

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