I just picked up a used 18x33 AGP. All of the steel is in really good shape whith barely any rust on it. Got it pump, filter, huge wedding cake steps, winter cover, and various other stuff for $300.
Have been reading on here for a couple weeks so this is my plan for it.
I will be converting it to SWG with a compupool cpsc 36. Along with foam pool cove. Gorilla pad or equivalent, wall foam, unibead liner from Pool Supply World. Best prices I found and free shipping.
I didnt get to see it come down and the guy couldnt remember a couple of things. The strait sections of the walls are actually scalloped and that makes sense structurally. But it came with these thin metal plates that fit along the edge of the strait sections that match the scallop. The lip that is folded down on them come up just as high as the bottom track. Each section is about 1' deep and 2' long.
Is the track supposed to butt up against it or does the plate lip sit in the track? If so then do I slope the rest of the plate or does it sit on top of sand?
Also the bands that stretch across the pool are bolted together so they were buried before.
The way I am thinking of it is that the bands are buried in an inch of sand and the plates sit on that sand and the bottom track butts up against the vertical part of the plate.
Has anyone seen this before and can give me an idea of what to do with this.