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      Abbreviated rules   07/28/2017

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Glue spots on spinnaker between layers - normal?

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My 2011 spinnaker made of Contender's "Superlite" nylon; has a smattering of glue spots....quite liberally spread out...... in between the layers of nylon where the sail is multi-layered for the first gores/panels out from the clew and head patches. It is not an issue other than cosmetically kind of ugly & people ask me what's up. Do sail makers do this now instead of using seam-tape as a sewing aid? The last spinnaker I bought was 10+ years ago and I guess I'm out-of-the-loop.....but trying hard to get back!

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