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Thread: Screw cover trim around steps inground pool

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    Mar 2016
    Altoona, PA

    Screw cover trim around steps inground pool

    Last year I had a new liner installed and the only thing the company could not get is the screw cover trim around the steps. Most people dont notice its not there, but Id like to find some. I have been reading that RV places seem to sell it and I see some that might work. I have attached a picture of the main trim and a piece of cover trim they got me last year that did not work. The two ridges on the main trim were too high for the cover trim to go over it properly. I definitely need a piece of cover trim thats deep enough for these ridges. If anyone could point me in the right direction Id appreciate it! Thanks!
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    Mod Squad jblizzle's Avatar
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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Screw cover trim around steps inground pool

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    I am not familiar with these covers. I do know that my RV screw covers look very different from what you have hear and would not work.

    Bumping so that maybe someone will be able to help.
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    York SC

    Re: Screw cover trim around steps inground pool

    Following along. I have the same situation.

    Mark, Pool: 30,000 gallon, IG Vinyl, Pentair Superflo Variable Speed 1.5 HP pump, Hayward S220T Sand Filter, Taylor k-2006 Test kit with speedstir. Dolphin Nautilus Plus.
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