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Thread: How would you repair this AGP wall?

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    How would you repair this AGP wall?

    I'm wondering if I should remove the last six feet of the wall and replace it with a new section or just rivet a larger piece over top of the skimmer hole, maybe overlapping the hole by six to ten inches.




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    Re: How would you repair this AGP wall?

    Honestly, if it were me, since that is the control panel, I'd order a new stainless steel panel. That's what we have and love the fact that it won't rust around all those important parts. Another option would be to find a machinist in your area, take your panel to him and have him price cutting one for you, holes included. Hope that helps.
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    Re: How would you repair this AGP wall?

    I would order a new wall.
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    Re: How would you repair this AGP wall?

    A sheetmetal shop could make one out of stainless for you.
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