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what material are lhey are they stiched in your sails due you have them made and what are they made of where is the best place to get them
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Any sailmaker can supply you with numbers in a varity of colors. They are attached with their adheasive backing.
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you can buy the material, cut, and stick em yourself too.


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Punctuation would help alot...

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Punctuation would help alot...
hey man sometimes you are in a hurry and you don't have time for things like punctuation marks even if i had the time to include punctuation marks i don't know that i would that way it would seem like i am still in a big hurry even though i am not ok gotta run i am busy

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