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L&VW

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Having wrestled to re-stitch a sail on a four-foot high workbench, :mad: I'm envious of those workers' "cubes"! :cool:

Now that I think of it, I was once a "bench-worker". The space next to me was assigned to a longtime Cuban immigrant. I referred to his space as a "Cubacle" :p which he appreciated. :D
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norcalsail

Active Member
#4
Interesting to see how sails are made. I need to get a new one for the Sunfish in Wisconsin...thinking of a red and white one with a window.
 

thieuster

Active Member
Thread starter #5
Can't tell if it's a knock-off or not. Just an interesting pic. That supports my belief that all those expensive sails are made in one or two (three?) Chinese factories for next to nothing.

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L&VW

Well-Known Member
#7
Y'know, most flu viruses start in China. :(

'Think I'll give up on "crisp" and stick with my old "soft" sail. :confused:

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