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Thread: Inner Stabilizer rail too long?

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    Inner Stabilizer rail too long?

    Last evening we got the wall up on the new pool; 18' Sharkline and as we went around I was putting the inner stabilizer rail on for extra support since it was just the wife and I. Putting it together as tightly as possible by hand it came out to be about 1.5" too long. I know it will come back off to put the liner in, but when it comes to final install assuming it will still be too long, do I:
    A: use a rubber mallet to drive them together more, or:
    B: Cut off enough of one end to make it fit?
    Round 18' Sharkline pool, 8600 gallons of well water. Hayward 40gpm single speed pump and DE filter

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    Re: Inner Stabilizer rail too long?

    Don't cut it. Start over with tighter spacing between them.
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    Re: Inner Stabilizer rail too long?

    Thanks Banditig! Tapped them together and actually have a little extra now
    Round 18' Sharkline pool, 8600 gallons of well water. Hayward 40gpm single speed pump and DE filter

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