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    Polaris 360 question

    Hey guys I recently purchased a house and now have a pool. The pool is in the neighborhood of 50-60 years old. Currently the pool has a booster pump running a pentair legend that's on its last leg and the booster pump is plumbed above ground which is really annoying. I am wondering if a polaris 360 would work for me, pool piping is copper and I have 3 3/4" returns, 1 skimmer and 1 drain at the bottom of the deep end. The returns do not seem to be threaded and they seem to be copper. I just put in a pentair intelliflo 2 pump in. Is there a way to adapt these non threaded possibly copper 3/4" returns to use the polaris 360 so I can eliminate the booster and external hose.

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    Re: Polaris 360 question

    I don't think so. Sounds like a robotic cleaner is your best option.
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    Re: Polaris 360 question

    Ok, so my pool guy said robotic wont work good because of size and shape of pool. He said he can make the 360 work. I have another issue though, i would like to purchase eyeballs for the returns to improve circulation, problem is i cant seem to find eyeballs that fit into 3/4" copper. any suggestions?

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