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Sunfish Sail on 2040-parts.com

US $120.00
Location:

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Sunfish Sail, US $120.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Training Sail Country/Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:Training Sail

Brand New Sunfish Training Sail:

Color Available in stock: Blue / White, Red / White / Blue & Red / White
Measurement: One Design measurement from the Sailplan
Material: 3.8 oz US oz Dacron (Challenge Sailcloth U.S.)
Thread: UV bonded polyester thread
Invisible Window at bottom of the sail
Nickel Grommets along luff & foot
Larger Nickel Grommets at head / tack / clew
Sailbag is included

Option:
- Sunfish Insignia on both side + USD10.00
- Custom made the sail with more colors ** to be quoted **

Remark:
- If you receive the sail with damage or incorrect size on the sail, 100% money back ** no restocking fee require** or exchange a new sail for replacement
** Beware: the returning shipping charge will be pay by the buyer **

Delivery Cost:
- We are able to ship the item worldwide.  Delivery cost will be quoted for different places under request.

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