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Figure 6-5.  Finishing Square Knot
TM 9-254 6-5. Harness Lacing. a. Starting Stitch (fig. 6-3).  Continuous lacing of a cable harness shall begin with a starting stitch.  Determine the approximate diameter of the cable harness being laced.    Spacing  between  the  lacing  stitches,  in  a  continuous  lace, should  be  between  one  and  two  times  the  diameter  of  the  cable  harness.    In  no  case  should  the  distance  between  the lacing stitches exceed 1 inch. Figure 6-3.  Lacing Starting Stitch b. Running  Lock  Stitch  (fig.  6-4).    After  beginning  with  a  starting  stitch,  form  a  series  of  running  lock  stitches along  the  length  of  the  cable  harness.    Always  keep  the  lacing  stitches  on  the  same  side  of  the  cable  harness  when forming the lacing  run.    Wherever  a  breakout  occurs,  make  a  running  lock  stitch  at  a  point  prior  to  the  wire  leaving  the harness. Figure 6-4.  Running Lock Stitch 6-3

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