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Thread: Coleman 18x48 pool legs

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    Coleman 18x48 pool legs

    I have two legs that we either didn't have completely straight while filling or bowed up somehow. I think its the first but just wondering if I could get some advice would it be okay the way it is or do I need to fix this. Here are pictures attached.

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    Re: Coleman 18x48 pool legs

    I know this is probably the last thing you want to hear at a time like, but you might be best to drain and fix those posts in that position. The last thing you ever want is for one of those legs to slip-out and release all that water. If the legs were just slightly "off" plumb, you could live with that. But from the pics, one or two of those legs appear to be really off plumb and are easy targets for pool failure. You're most ideal option would be to remove the water and fix the base as required to ensure those posts are properly supported and vertically plumb for the season.
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