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Why does my Phat Azz keep showing a gap?


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This is typically because your shape doesn't match the shape of the mesh attachment. It might be that you are taller than the shape that the attachment was built to, or that your waist is too thin or too wide (again, compared to the shape it was built to work with). It is impossble for me to guess.

Adjust your shape, or use any supplied tools with the attachment to fit it more closely to what the creator had in mind.

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This is typically because your shape doesn't match the shape of the mesh attachment. It might be that you are taller than the shape that the attachment was built to, or that your waist is too thin or too wide (again, compared to the shape it was built to work with). It is impossble for me to guess.

Adjust your shape, or use any supplied tools with the attachment to fit it more closely to what the creator had in mind.

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