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Thread: Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

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    Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

    Hey folks....I just set up my 24' round AGP. I haven't installed my liner yet, and was going to attach the top rails for extra support until tomorrow. That's when I ran into the biggest problem (so far).... It seems my bottom plates have shifted somehow sometime. Some of them are up to 3" off. Not sure how this happened as I had them perfect before setting the wall. So, now I stand here looking at it, wondering how I am going to move these supports without taking the wall completely back down. Any ideas?
    24' ABG
    Not sure about the rest yet....lol

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    Re: Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

    Figured it out. Thank goodness. Please delete.
    24' ABG
    Not sure about the rest yet....lol

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    Re: Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

    We ain't deleting it until us how you......."figured it out"! Fess' up!
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    Re: Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

    Yeah, spill the beans!!
    Intex 22' X 52" Ultra Frame AGP ( 12K gallons) , Intex 633T 2500 GPH (41 GPM) running Doughboy Silica II sand filter (16"dia. 1.4 ' S.A.) ( And doing it quite well, I might add!) Hayward through the wall skimmer, TF100 with Speed Stir. Hard plumbed, Intex fountain ...........

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    Re: Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyp View Post
    We ain't deleting it until us how you......."figured it out"! Fess' up!
    LOL
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    Re: Support Post/Bottom Plate Spacing

    LOL we can and will use anything for a learning experience for others so................Woody says you HAVE to tell us! What he says goes!

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