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AndyH
Nov-06-2010 @ 9:34 PM                           Permalink
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I have a Seamaster 813. The front windows and screen are original "standard issue" fittings for the model.

The rubber gaskets around the glass have started to seep (usual problem of the rubber deteriorating and becoming porous), so I've decided replacement is one of the jobs for this winter.

I'd really like to buy the replacement gasket before I remove and dismantle the windows so I can reduce the time they have to be removed.

So, wondered if anyone has done this and knows what size the gasket needs to be?

I've found what I think is suitable at Seaglaze

http://www.seaglaze.co.uk/spares/gaskets/s_41_screen_gaskets_for_5mm_glass.php

Bit of a long shot maybe but worth asking....

Andy

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As no-one has replied here yet, I'd give the Seamaster Owners Club message forum a ago.

"There are old pilots.  There are bold pilots............."

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I’d never count on anything being strictly ‘standard’ as over the course of time slight changes tend to be made.  Bob or Kevin at B.K. Windows in Brundall 01 603 716171 may well be able to help and have a suitable set of lengths in stock.  It might also be worth finding out how much they would charge to fit as they would then bring the various profiles with them.  It would probably only take them an hour or so from start to finish.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)


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