Paracord Pull Cable Install Guide

October 19, 2017

This is a quick reference guide for tying the paracord pulls for the zipper pull cables, PMK pulls, and camera wrist strap pulls. All three use the same modified hitch knot method to install. 

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

 

DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1: Pass the paracord looped end through the zipper hole / O-ring

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install 

Step 2: Pass the main pull knot through the looped end. 

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

Step 3: Pull the knot through - This creates a basic hitch knot. Make sure to keep some slack on the loop (and not tighten fully) as you will need to pass the knot back up through it.

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

Step 4: Pass the knot back up through the looped end near the zipper. 

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

 

Step 5: Once the knot has gone through, pull the loop up and over the cable, while pulling the knot downwards.

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

Step 6: Tighten the pull. The paracord zipper pull should look like the picture below.

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install

Step 7: Adjust the loops near the top of the zipper pull to even it out (this is optional). This completes the install of the zipper pull.

ARKTYPE Dashpack Zipper Pull Install




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