It is nearing that time to replace the door gasket yet again. The OEM gasket had lasted for 10 years with periodic adjustments to the hinge and latch. I put in a Rutland 5/8" gasket on '08 that I had picked up at Menards. I was a little disappointed in that I fully expected to have to back off the adjustments that I had made but the new gasket barely passed the dollar bill test as it was. Since then I've had to make modifications to the stove in order to get more range of adjustment on the door. I have now max'd out on the "improved" range as well. Given the "improved" range, I would have been comfortable to buy Rutland again despite my initial disappointment but I see Menards no longer sells Rutland brand gasket. They have SBI (Drolet) brand at $29 for 9 feet and MEECO'S Red Devil at $10 with no mention of length. I need about 7 feet. Does anyone have experience with either brand and willing to hazard a guess as to how close to 5/8" it really works out to? Here in Canada I can buy Imperial brand at Home Hardware for about $17 for 5/8" in a kit with adhesive. They also sell it by the foot in 5/8" and 3/4" thicknesses. When installing the gasket, one needs to be careful not to stretch the braid as it gets thinner (like Chinese handcuffs) but I am considering moving up to the 3/4" Imperial and stretching it a bit to fit the 5/8" channel. Does anyone have experience with Imperial brand and know how lofty it is and/or if stretching it is a good/bad idea?