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Old 06-12-2010   #1
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So I got an aire super puma raft and was wondering why they never put in the foot cups up front? I Just purchased all the stuff to put them in but was wondering id there was any specific way to up them in... since it as the zipper bottom. any help would be great. I got the glue and the mek for the floor but am still a little hesitant about the operation. thanks for any help.
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