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Hi everyone. Just wondering if anybody might have some spare parts for a stunt kite. On my 15y old Delta the middle "T" has broken. I have tried to glue it but without any luck. Please see photo. The "T" is for 6mm spars.597d459301cdd_20170730_1219201.thumb.jpg.f135d59af189b2046837ffa52f272b7d.jpg

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