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Yes, I sell Rutland gaskets as a service to fellow eggers. To date I have supplied exactly 2,003 gaskets to people in 49 states and 11 foreign countries!
I purchase the gasket on reels which have 157 feet. That way I can sell the length needed for each size egg.
You apply the gasket using an automotive product called Permatex Ultra Copper – which I do NOT supply. Most every automotive supply chain store in the US (AutoZone, NAPA, Pep Boys, O’Reilly) carries the Permatex and it runs about $8 for one tube which is more than enough for one gasket. It is a high temperature silicone gasket maker which acts as an adhesive to bond the Rutland to your cooker’s ceramic edge. Years later if you wish to remove it, it will come off.
Frequently eggers will ask me how long does a Rutland gasket last? I reply that I honestly don’t know! The Rutland on my Large egg that gets regular use is now 11 years old and other than being darker from years of charcoal dust settling on it it nearly looks and performs as good as when it was new. The probable explanation is that the Rutland gasket withstands 2,200 degrees which is far above any temperature that a BGE is capable of producing at the gasket level!
It is best to remove both the OLD dome and base gaskets and I cover that process in my instructions. It is not necessary to remove the dome itself but some people find it easier if removed. Suit yourself!
Are you familiar with the application process whereby you compress or "bunch" the gasket back into itself thus making it both thicker and wider than the 5/8" so as to cover your entire edge? In doing so you apply the Rutland on ONE side only - not both and my recommendation is it is applied only to the base, not the dome.
“Bunching” is really simple.
Lay your gasket down like this with your fingers on it:
Now slide your fingers together while pressing down:
See how the gasket is now wider and thicker? That is “bunching” and you’ll get very good at it very quickly.
I recommend you "bunch at least 6" or more ahead of ever pushing the gasket into the bed of adhesive. You want the Permatex to bite and grab right from the start with very limited moving other than to align it with the curvature of the egg's base. When properly laid your finished gasket will look like this.
The total cost for ONE gasket including the postage sent to an address in the USA is $11 for a Large or $13 for an XL. I also will send a detailed set of instructions for removal of the old gasket and installation of your new Rutland.
BTW if you want to also buy one for a buddy then just ask me for a quote as the price goes down since I can ship 4 gaskets for essentially the same postage as I can ship just one!
One point of clarification…I just want to make sure you understand that when you apply the Rutland gasket according to my detailed instructions then it is both wider and thicker meaning that only 1 Rutland gasket is needed PER egg - NOT 2. In fact I don’t even recommend putting two Rutlands on a single egg!
I’ll just need your name and mailing address, egg size and it will ship today.
After I have confirmed the package has been shipped I will give you my address so your check and the package can cross in the mail or my PayPal information if you prefer to pay that way. It's just that easy! That's right...I do NOT ask people to pay me before I ship their package!
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Ron aka RRP