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Old 03-07-2012, 04:04 PM   #1
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Default anyone have any extra high temp gaskets and SS washers??

im looking to do an e-herms system like kals. and all of the high temp o ring gaskets you have to buy in a pack of 10, and some of the SS washers as well..
does anyone have any extra they would like to sell me?
Id rather not buy a pack of 10 if i only need 2 or so each

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(Qty: 3) Silicone high temperature o-ring (13/16" ID, 1-1/16" OD, 1/8" thick) (McMaster-Carr part number: 9396K32)
(Qty: 3) Stainless steel washer/shim (1-1/8" ID, 1-5/8" OD, 1/16" thick) (McMaster-Carr part number: 98126A754)
(Qty: 3) Stainless steel washer/shim (7/8" ID, 1-3/8" OD, 1/16" thick) (McMaster-Carr part number: 98126A748)
(Qty: 1) Stainless steel bushing (reducer) 1/2" MPT x 1/4" FPT (McMaster-Carr part number: 4464K265)
(Qty: 2) Silicone high temperature o-ring (McMaster-Carr part number: 9396K38)
(1-3/16" ID x 1-7/16" OD x 1/8" width, AS568A Dash No. 217, Durometer hardness A70, FDA compliant, -65F to +450F)
(Qty: 2) Stainless steel washer/shim (McMaster-Carr part number: 96853a253)
(0.075" thick, 1-1/2" ID, 2-1/4" OD)
(Qty: 2) Stainless steel locknut 1" NPS (McMaster-Carr part number: 4464K586

let me know what you have and what you want for them

thanks!

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Old 03-07-2012, 04:15 PM   #2
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Get extra orings. Some will break, might lose some. Might get dirty.

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Old 03-07-2012, 04:26 PM   #3
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For what it's worth you could buy a sheet of silicone and with an exacto knife cut them out.
Also check out Bargain Fittings, they sell individual o-rings and washers for a decent price.

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