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Thread: Hayward wide mouth skimmer

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    Jul 2012
    Richmond, Va.

    Hayward wide mouth skimmer

    Was going to replace my AG 18 ft lomart skimmer with a standard Hayward skimmer.
    Does the new wide mouth model really make that much difference?

    My skimmer is located under a trap door in the deck and may have to make some modifications if I went to the wide mouth.

    To change to either skimmer planning on using some 26 gauge stainless sheet metal.

    6014 gallons aprx
    cartridge type filter
    summer escapes pool above ground metal frame
    SFS1000 SkimmerPlus filter pump with GFCI=1,500 GPH
    install date: 6-1-12

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    Fletcher, OK

    Re: Hayward wide mouth skimmer

    I went with the wide mouth, I am not sure if it made a huge difference but it's suppose to allow a longer time to let debris get sucks into the skimmer
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    Re: Hayward wide mouth skimmer

    I have a standard Hayward skimmer & use a "Skim it" which I love.

    Skim It Skimmer Arm ─ Pool Cleaning Accessories ─ In the Swim

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