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prussell 09-14-2003 11:52 AM

Hatch gasket material
 
I have a Lord Nelson 41 and we need to replace my gaskets on all my overhead hatches soon. Any thoughts or ideas on products, etc..
Thanks

GordMay 09-22-2003 01:32 AM

Hatch gasket material
 
Try a search @
http://www.gaskets.biz/

joub 09-23-2003 08:27 PM

Hatch gasket material
 
I used automobile trunk gasket material purchased at the local auto parts store. Haven''t taken any green water over the bow to give it the acid test, but it hasn''t leaked for the last five years with heavy rain and regular hosing down.

Jim

svGandalf 09-24-2003 06:32 AM

Hatch gasket material
 
Ahh...there is only one type of gasket to use...

Go to an appliance outlet and order some refrigerator "D" shape gasket material.
Cut the strip into whatever lengths you need and apply it to both the top and bottom for an excellent watertight seal.

Who`da thunk?


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