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Replacement Gasket for Bronze Ports

Does anyone know of a place to get replacement rubber for bronze ports (5 x 8)? The original material is 1/2 square rubber and has hardened over time. Trimlok has what I need, however will only sell the material in quantities of 500''. They also do not have any distributors who stock the item for resale.
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Replacement Gasket for Bronze Ports

Try newfound metals for your gasket material since they make the portlights they might just have the gaskets for them.
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Replacement Gasket for Bronze Ports

Thanks for the suggestion. I had looked at New Found Metals before however they didn''t carry the same port as the one on my Pacific Seacraft. I did follow up with a call to see what they used for their ports and they pointed me to McMaster-Carr. It appears they have what I need and will be a good source for other hard to find supplies.

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Iam sitting here with a mc master carr catolog in my office and didn''t think of them sorry
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I'm not sure if this will help, but we got our gasket material from - "AAA-Acme Rubber Company". Their phone number is - 480-966-9311. They were very helpful for us. Diane Their email is : info@acmerubber.com and they are located in Tempe, AZ.

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