wish it was that easy pags. they r not like a water pump gasket. like a 11.25 inch "wheel" if u would a with a taper on top and bottom which is sandwiched between two 5 inch pieces of metal so the taper has to be there. i tried looking it up to wit no luck. i was hoping someone might know of someone who has them. thanx for trying
How about posting a pic of the old gasket and the 2 pieces of metal they set between. I have only been able to find court documents on John e smith co. One option i did think of was using food grade silicone to make a gasket? Pics might give me some other ideals.
I have no ideal what your gasket looks like. I replaced the gasket on my stuffer a few years back. The gasket was basically a leather strap that had to cut to length and placed in the grove of the stuffer head. I purchased the gasket from a local food service repair company. joe b
I am your outlet for the gaskets for the old John E Smiths and son stuffers. They are still the best and longest lasting machines that were made and were the predacessors of today modern stuffers. Drop me an email if you need gaskets or have questions.
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