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Thread: Rubber Bumpers - Keeping them on

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    Rubber Bumpers - Keeping them on

    Did a search but didn't find any info. New pool and ladder and rubber bumper already fell off ladder. With a vinyl pool I'm having nightmares about someone using the ladder with the bumper off and cookie cutting my liner.
    18' x 38' Pool, 3' to 8' Depth
    Vinyl Liner
    SWG
    Variable Speed Pump
    Sand Filter

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    Re: Rubber Bumpers - Keeping them on

    if you post some pics we might be able to come up with ideas. I'm thinking wire zip tie thingys.
    Bob - INTEX 12x24 owner, 'New to me' Kreepy Krauly Sand Shark, Test kit: TF-100 w/Speed Stir

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    Re: Rubber Bumpers - Keeping them on

    Snap-Lok Ladder | Pool Ladders Rails | S.R.Smith

    Ladder is like above...bumpers just push into stainless pipe but aren't extremely snug and already falling out. I guess I could drill through and pin them in place.
    18' x 38' Pool, 3' to 8' Depth
    Vinyl Liner
    SWG
    Variable Speed Pump
    Sand Filter

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    Re: Rubber Bumpers - Keeping them on

    You could glue them on with silicone.
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    Re: Rubber Bumpers - Keeping them on

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