Originally Posted by NASCARican
I've seen builds where people use high temp caulk on the lid, then put cookie sheet (wax paper) around the ring and squeeze the lid down on it and let it set up...it might be worth a try! :/
That's a good idea! The only concern I'd have is that the lid might end up fitting TOO well. ;-)
Here's something else that might work:
1/4" thick x 1/2" wide adhesive-backed silicone foam good for 500 degrees (the adhesive is good for that temp too). Rather expensive at $24 for 15', but it may work well. Probably a bit to dense to take up more than about .01" of warpage though...
Just a thought...
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