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Old 05-07-2008, 06:43   #1
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"D" Gasket Help

Seems like I remember some one speaking of a source for "D" gasket. I need to replace the gasket around our door!

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Old 05-07-2008, 06:49   #2
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Denny & Diane,
Have you tried a window replacement company. I went into a local establishment and the book of gaskets was 4 inches thick.

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Check out the trimlok website. They manufacture gaskets and seals for all of the big international hatch and window manufacturers. They may want to sell you mare that you need but they may also be willing to direct you to a converter.

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re: "D" Gasket Help

After hours of searching in hardware stores and on line, I found exactly the Trim-Lok EPDM D-gasket that I was looking for to replace the refrigerator gasket on my boat, on the Grainger website in a 25 foot roll for $20.
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re: "D" Gasket Help

Great find! Thanks! (still bitter about what Atkins & Hoyle wants for replacement gasketing).
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Re: "D" Gasket Help

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Joel V.

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