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Rutland Gasket for XL

Can anyone lead me in the right direction to purchase rutland for my xl egg. Just removed OEM gasket and wanting to replace soon  so I can get back to cooking

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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 11,217
    You can still cook, lots of people cook without having gaskets for years.

    You need about 10' for an XL.



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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 11,217
    I might be wrong on that length.  You might get away with 7'.  I'd look it up.
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  • I'd use Nomex. Rutland is fine for my air tight wood stove, best gasket made. Lots of eggers use them on eggs, but then again, lots of folks smoke knowing it will kill you. Rutland gaskets are not made to be food safe, Nomex is. The Rutland is cheaper (market price) than a Nomex, so you have to ask, why would BGE choose Nomex over Rutland? To each his own, good luck!
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  •  I put a Rutland on mine , and like it.
     90% of what I cook on the egg is bad for me. I still eat it.
     Ace Hardware sells the Rutland by the foot off a big roll , so you can get 1 long piece , and only have 1 seam.

  • I ended up using 94 inches on my XL.  The prepackaged kits you can buy at hardware stores aren't long enough for the XL.  There's a fellow egger named Ron (RRP) who will sell you the correct length (I assume he's still selling them).  You can contact him through the "old BGE board" and maybe this board too, not sure.  When applied with Permatex Ultra Cooper, it'll be the last gasket you'll ever need to install.
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  • They say rutland is not ok for food, yet it is used in most ovens as the gasket. The reason they say it isn't great for the egg is that the lid of the egg is raised above the food and can get on the food. To remedie this, install the rutland on the bottom ring, there is no reason not to.



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  • fairchasefairchase Posts: 192
    edited December 2012

    I ended up using 94 inches on my XL.  The prepackaged kits you can buy at hardware stores aren't long enough for the XL.  There's a fellow egger named Ron (RRP) who will sell you the correct length (I assume he's still selling them).  You can contact him through the "old BGE board" and maybe this board too, not sure.  When applied with Permatex Ultra Cooper, it'll be the last gasket you'll ever need to install.


    What I got at ace was not a kit. It was sold off a roll like rope by the foot. You can buy however many feet you want.

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