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I have an older(circa 2005) llbean mountain light 3. The velcro tabs sewn on the inside of the fly have separated from the fly. How can i get replacements, or if not, what is the recommended repair

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A simple quick fix may be to apply some tailors liquid hem. Be sure to pin it in place and let it dry 24 hrs.

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