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Thread: Diving Board Reinstall

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    May 2007
    Nashville, TN

    Diving Board Reinstall

    My pool came with a diving board and we are in the process of remodeling. The base consisted of two u-shaped stanless tubes that were poured integral with the 4-inch concrete slab. I was a little surprised to find there was not a footer or more concrete underneath. There was some steel that looked like it ran under the concrete and it was grounded. My question is whether anyone has any experience or guidance reinstalling it. I am installing a dryfit travertine so I will have to pour a new slab or footer for the board to go under the pavers and I am just trying to figure how thick and how wide/long and what to install under the concrete to keep it for pulling up.

    16x32 IG vinyl, 19,000 gal, 1.0 hp pump, sand filter, 2 returns, 1 skimmer, diving board, slide

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    Sep 2013
    Fresno, CA

    Re: Diving Board Reinstall

    I would call a professional on that one before going on a forum, a lot of injury and risk involved if something is done wrong.

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    Feb 2011
    Petaluma, Ca

    Re: Diving Board Reinstall

    If you look on the sr smith website, I think there are specs for the diving board footings.
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