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Where to find rutland gasket?

Could someone be so kind and post a link as to which rutland gasket I need from ace hardware. I will be installing it on a LBGE.Thanks


  • Thanks for the link.
  • RRPRRP Posts: 21,358
    sorry but that says it is the rope - you don't want the rope you want the 5/8" flat braided gasket. Even the picture that ACE has there is wrong showing it to be 3/8" when you enlarge the picture. Don't ask me why I happen to know these things! :laugh:
    L, M, S, Mini
    Dunlap, IL

  • This is the man you need to talk with. Great guy to deal with.
  • DeckhandDeckhand Posts: 318
    Gladstone(MO) ACE carries the flat Rutland in bulk as well as the rope. Good thing for me... I bought 92" (more than comes with the kit) but scrunched it down to 64"...3" less than needed for the BGE. Went back and bought 10' and, after scrunching, I had only a foot left over. Got a wide, dense gasket out of it. Used Permatex to secure it. Curing now... Will see what the morning brings.
  • BuxwheatBuxwheat Posts: 727
    Not going to use it. Let me know if you want it. Did the botton of the Egg w/ Rutland and got more to do the dome, but decided to go w/ Permatex instead. Justing sitting around going to waste. Let me know if you want it. Probably about 10 feet of the stuff.
  • chrisnjenn wrote:
    This is the man you need to talk with. Great guy to deal with.

    You are correct, it was shipped yesterday and thanks for the suggestion.
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