Hey I'm new here. We just bought a house with an agp last fall, had just started using it for the season and a wall busted out. (It was an old pool and rusted). We bought a new sharkline heritage 24 ft round pool to replace it. We have been doing the install ourselves which has been a NIGHTMARE from day 1 almost 2 wks ago. Had a preexisting deck around old pool that we had to modify and has made it alot harder to work around pool. Already had to take it down once after finding the bottom track wasn't level and wall wouldn't fit the first try. This weekend we finally rented a laser level and got the track level, the wall up and bolted together, liner in, and top coping and stabilizer rails in place. Everything fit fine until we went to put the top seat rails on (I believe that's what they are called, the wide rails that run from one upright to the next). The last one is like 2 inches too short from where it bolts in to the upright metal cap piece. I have no clue what to do now. I don't see how it can be so off when the stabilizer rails and everything else fit perfect! It got dark so we had to give up for the night. We have maybe a foot of water in and cut water off for now til we can figure out what to do. Anyone have any ideas? And is the pool wall secure with only a foot of water and the stabilizer rails on top? We get alot of storms this time of year so I'm worried about wind knocking it over or something before we can get it filled. Thanks!