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I thought I might inform anyone interested that FX Sails is having their end of season sale right now. I found out when I ordered my new mainsail on Friday. Given that their corporate parent is the same as Sailnet's it's a bit of a mystery as to why you should have to find this out from me but, there it is. they're currently four weeks out on delivery and their pricing is extremely competitive. Note that the price you see on their sail calculator in the sailnet store is NOT their sale price. You'll need to call or e-mail for that, where you'll speak with a very helpful man by the name of Bill James.
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I'm very happy with the genoa I bought from FX last year. Bill was very responsive. I'm glad I was able to support Sailnet in this way, albeit indirectly

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