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port window gasket material

Could anyone recommend where I could buy replacement material for my leaking windows, they are stainless Lewmar Thanks
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Re: port window gasket material

I used butyl tape to bed my Newfound Metals stainless steel ports. That's what they recommend, and I haven't leaked a drop. I'm convinced.
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Re: port window gasket material

Unless your not talking about bedding but the gasket material?

We have Atkins Hoyle lights which use 3/8" round neoprene which I bought at Graingers. I got a 25' roll and will need a bit more likely.
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Re: port window gasket material

I replaced the gaskets on my olddddd leaky atkins hoyle side ports with this material. Worked great and easy to install
Zoro.com and look up Rubber Seal, Solid Round by Trimlock
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Re: port window gasket material

Will use them to get the replacement seal material for my Bomar Hatches once I figure out the dimensions.
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