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    Selling My VERY CLEAN Lighlty Used Hayward SWG System

    Hayward Goldline Aqua-Rite 40k gallon system. (T-15 cell) As seen here: http://www.hayward-pool.com/prd/In-G...1_14006__I.htm
    Purchased 7-17-2011
    Installed 9-3-2011
    Removed from service 9-7-2013
    Operated 6 hrs day 7 months a year for 2 years = less than 3000hrs total use.
    Was on 26,000 gallon above ground pool (33' diamter approx 48" deep)
    Removing pool from back yard, planning for an in ground with approx 100k gallons and full automation.
    Works perfect! Pictures will show you how clean the unit is and how well it was taken care of.
    Will let it go for $500 firm (Retails for almost double that!)










    This pictures shows you the schedule the pool pump and SWG has been running over the Summer.


    More pictures upon request.
    PM or email me for further info.
    Thanks guys!

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    Re: Selling My VERY CLEAN Lighlty Used Hayward SWG System

    Wow, going to a 100k pool huh? Please post some pictures of that build! Or did you mean 10k?
    11,200 gal, Pebble-Tec; Tristar 2-speed 1hp - Swimclear 325 ft2 cart - SWG - A & A in-floor cleaner - Heat pump. For the poolside cooking, a Yoder Wichita and a Big Steel Keg!
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    Re: Selling My VERY CLEAN Lighlty Used Hayward SWG System

    Nope... approx 100k from the quick calcs so far. Still in the early design stages, but it will be a lazy river around/into main pool, with a cave that the lazy river flows through. Inside the cave there will be an exit to the changing room/showers, and bathroom. The exterior part of the cave will double as the huge rockscape/waterfalls into a 12ft deep natural looking lagoon.
    The crazy part is that I'm building the majority of it myself.
    Thinking about doing a UV system backed up by a liquid chlorine automation unit. Either way, it won't be saltwater.

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    Re: Selling My VERY CLEAN Lighlty Used Hayward SWG System

    Does the sun not shine there to provide enough free UV? Unless it is going to be a very high use pool, the UV system will not add anything useful. I too sure hope you document the build in a thread here
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    Re: Selling My VERY CLEAN Lighlty Used Hayward SWG System

    Yeah, you gotta post pictures of that build - that is HUUUGGGGGEEE!
    38'x24' freeform IG gunite, 26k gallons, 3.5' - 7'
    8t Moss rock waterfall with gunite slide
    SWCG, 2 x 2.7hp Hayward Tristar pumps, booster pump, 425 sqft cartridge, 400,000 BTU heater, Polaris Black Max 280, ProLogic PS8 & Aquapod

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