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To all those who have sent me inquiries regarding the sealing washers. I do apologize for not responding in a timely manner. My father ended back in the ER again this week with compounding issues with his recent back injury and I just have not been on top of my game lately.

I did check for the material but unfortunately have only enough to make one washer currently, and will have to order more material. The current material I make these from is rather expensive, about $100 for a small sheet. I'm looking for a suitable replacement to make them from that doesn't cost as much. Thickness is the key as it typically takes between .125-.1875" to seal up properly. the last material I used was about .125" so it took two washer per WG to seal it up.

Working as diligently as I can for you folks amidst the mess here right now
Adam Hennessy
Old 10-21-2011, 09:31 AM
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