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Step 5: Sew it back up

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ok, so after you find the leak and patch it you must sew it up. i do not have pics of this process because it was a huge pain in the ass. buy some thread that is the same size as the stuff you took out. carefully sew it back together. i used a headlamp and a mirror at times because of the tight quarters sewing inside the liner. use the holes from the original manufacturing process as a guide, go slow, be patient, and you will be back in business.

good luck!
go boarding!