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Jet 14 Sailboat Sails. Main And Jib. Very Good Condition. on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Moorestown, New Jersey, United States

Moorestown, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used

Both sails were a second set for a Jet 14 I had years ago, that I restored and donated.  I didn't realize I still had these.  The sails have were cleaned then stored dry and indoors.  The measurements were taken on the floor while sails were not taught so measurements are for reference only... main luff is appox 178" and foot is approx 90".  Jib luff is approx 144" and foot is approx 78".  sails come with canvas sail bag.

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