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Thread: Splash AGP hose replacement

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    May 2012
    Des Moines, Iowa

    Splash AGP hose replacement

    I'm starting to feel like the biggest idiot for ever buying this pool as I may never get into it! I have a Splash rectangular pool. I got it put up late last fall. I've never had the pump hooked up. I went to hook it up today and my hose is too short by about one foot. The pump cannot be placed in another location so I need a longer hose. My thought was to get the $10 adapter, place my 2 hoses together and make a new hose because I wouldpprefer to have a shorter one than I do for my waterlleaving the pool & into the pump. I read about using hose with a grippy adapter & clamp hose. My husband would like a picture of this but I haven't found one. Our pool flexes considerably with the changes in water height (like over winte) so rigid PVC seems like it would not be best for us.

    Any thoughts, suggestions, or pictures?
    13x25.5 Splash Titan3 AGP
    9800 Gallons Sand Filter

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    Jun 2009
    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: Splash AGP hose replacement

    You're probably talking about a ringed adapter. Most home improvement stores will have them.
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