Seat belts commonly have a three bar slider for adjusting belts that have wrap around mountings or connecting other hardware to the belt.
In all case it is important that these sliders are double threaded of the webbing to ensure the webbing cannot slip and potentially loosen the seat belt. Please ensure the diagram below is followed when threading your webbing.
Also ensure the end of the webbing protrudes at least 100mm after it has been threaded. Do not cut off any access webbing, it is better to roll this up and secure with a cable tie, however ensure the correct threading of the slider can still be checked.
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