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Jib Sail David Bierig Sails on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Warren, Pennsylvania, United States

Warren, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used

Sail Liquidation!!

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Inventory #11

Up for sale is a Jib sail made by the David A. Bierig Sailmaker from Erie, Pa

Good Shape, INCLUDES Sailbag

The dimensions are as follows:

Luff-    20' 6"

Leech-  15' 2"

Foot-  9' 6"



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Sold as is

Shipping to Continental 48 States only

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