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I have a bought a second hand mares 1000 mrs bcd and upon receipt have noticed one of the chest/shoulder clips has been stitched on the wrong way round ( back to front). This means that to wear the clip correctly you have to twist the webbing. Can this be corrected as I assume it means removing the webbing and re-stitching?

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You are correct, the buckle will need to be removed and put back on the correct way. Shouldnt cost that much, I had a buckle replaced by a local shop/laundrette that did repairs, was only a few GBP. Hope that helps

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