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  • Mustache_Vol
    Hey, RRP:

    I’m new to the BGE. I see that you sell Rutland gaskets. What is the benefit to these gaskets over the stock gasket? 

    Also, how do you remove the gasket when it needs to be removed later on?

    -stache
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    March 17
    • RRP
      RRP
      Well Sir, the Rutland is virtually indestructible on a BGE whereas the BGE peel and stick gaskets have a limited life and can be expensive when they need to be replaced often depending on your usage.

      As for removal later on the Rutland is applied using a product called Permatex Ultra Copper and is easy to remove if for some reason you later decide you want to go back using good money for frequent replacements!
    • Mustache_Vol
      Mustache_Vol
      Thanks! Would I be able to order two for a large BGE from you?
    • Orsi
      Orsi
      It is not clear. Are you saying that with a Rutledge gasket on the base there is no need for a gasket on the lid?
  • Safecracker1960
    Hello sir
    was wondering what the process is for ordering a Rutland gasket kit from you. I need one for my large egg and one for the XL. Thank You

    Rick
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    April 4
  • ChillyWillis
    Hey RRP,

    I got a replacement gasket from you several years ago for my large egg. I was wondering if you’re still selling those, because I just got myself an XL and the standard gasket is driving me nuts already. Thanks!

    -Willis
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    March 23
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