I'm trying to think of an application that uses that thin flat rubber, like intertube rubber but in a big flat piece you could cut your own from. I'm sure there are non-vehicle applications but I can't think of any at the moment.
Then again if you cut from the flat of the torus on a good sized intertube (pink line in image) you might be able to get a nice flat piece to match your flare.
Yeah I actually ordered the wrong one by accident from bushwhacker which I'll now be returning. It was like $40 with shipping so I figured I check to see if anyone has any extra for cheaper before reordering.
Summit has the bushwacker gaskets same part number as listed on the bushwacker site for front or rear flares for 1999 Ford Econoline (summit price 30 foot roll - $27.) . Bushwacker P/N 000045-01 Summit P/N BSH 000045-01 (fender flare trim / gimp) link...http://www.summitracing.com/parts/bsh-0 ... MgodBA0AnQ hope this helps
2007 E250 Super Duty cargo
1988 Toyota Van 4x4 5-spd