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Old 13 October 2008, 07:06   #11
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I've never had much faith in the rubber gaskets, they seem to deform when in contact with fuel. I think the best material is the nitrile based cork sheeting normally used for doing home-made car engine gaskets. Much more stable and slightly more compressible so it makes a good seal.
The ones on ASAPs site do look like they are Cork Based, not Rubber.

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