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    Pool Jet Replacement

    Hi All,

    A little background info: I am in the process of restoring a fiberglass pool built in 1989. The pool jets and wall mounts that I am assuming came originally on the pool were weathered, cracked, and needed replacement so I took them off. Now when I take my measurements, which seems to be a female, approx. 2 to 2.5" diameter for a wall mount, I canít find anything. I took some pictures with measurements and was hoping someone with more experience could steer me in the right direction.

    Thanks again for your help!

    - Matt

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    Re: Pool Jet Replacement

    That looks like a standard wall fitting like this. I know it says 1.5" but the physical measurements are what you're looking for.
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    Re: Pool Jet Replacement

    Yeah, that does look like a normal 1.5" fitting with a 3/4" eyeball. The 1.5" refers to the pipe that it fits on the end of.

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