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Big Green Egg High Temperature Replacement Gasket Kits

Original price $18.95 - Original price $27.95
Original price
$18.95
$18.95 - $27.95
Current price $18.95
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Easy to Install Aramid High Temperature Peel & Stick Replacement Gasket, 20 oz., Grey

Includes a Scraper & 5 Blades - a $7.99 Value

We are taking the guess work out of how to get the old gasket off by including a scraper kit. We use this scraper on our gasket replacements. The kit includes a Made in the USA retractable scraper and 5 blades. From our experience, you will need multiple blades on the rough ceramics. 

This Meta-Aramid (Nomex®) felt with adhesive peel and stick backing is designed for high temperature applications and outperforms wool and polyester felt when properly installed and maintained. Complete how to instructions are included in the package. Time wise, it is about a one or two beer project.

The package includes enough material to do both the top and bottom rims. The Nomex® gasket is 7/8" wide.

You might check the chimney stack to see if it needs to be replaced. We carry a gasket for it too. 

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Kurt Malmstrom

Exactly what I needed. comes with a razor blade tool to help in removing old gasket. easy to install.

C
Chris Menard
So Close!!

Material is great and easy to install.

Different product years ago included enough to replace the chimney gasket as well. This spool was about 3 inches shy of that. It included about 8-10 extra inches, but just not enough. why? :)

Very fast delivery

M
Mike Beer

Fast service and great selection

R
Richard
Gasket works well

The gasket on my 18-year-old, large, Egg was recently replaced at the same time as the hinge was being replaced.
This material works very well, is easy to apply, and ,so far (several weeks), seems to be durable.
A few notes about installation:
1. It would be very difficult to replace the gasket without removing the upper shell from the Egg. If you are doing a hinge replacement, also do the gasket.
2. Clean the surfaces to which the gasket will be bonded as well as possible. A putty knife with the edge sharpened works very well. A little solvent, acetone, also helps. A propane torch, used with restraint, will help loosen the old gasket material. One should not use a solvent and a torch together!!
3..Following installation, a low temperature, 250F, was started and let burn for three or four hours. The low-temp fire aids in curing the contact adhesive on the gasket material. In several weeks of use, and a couple of runs to 700F, this material has shown no tendency to loosen or fail in any way.
4. If the gasket on your Egg is leaking, inspect the situation well to be certain that the Egg is not also suffering from a hinge failure. A new gasket will not correct, at least for long, a problem of misfit between the shells that is being caused by a failing hinge.