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Happy Birthday to me :)

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They got in a day late,  but no more unsightly cracks!   In the seat, i mean  :D    

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Looks good. It will be decades before you get unsightly cracks.

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That's a really nice fit, they look good.  Hope you had a happy birthday Travis.

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