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    Newbie SWG question

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    I have an above ground 18x36 pool with a pentair cartridge filter system. I would like to install a swg. Do you have a recommendation as to a brand and size? I would like to keep the cost under $700. Thank you.

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    Mod Squad jblizzle's Avatar
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    Re: Newbie SWG question

    Does that mean 18' diameter with 36" depth or 18' x 36' oval and what is the depth?

    We recommend sizing the SWG for 1.5-3x the volume of your pool.

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    Re: Newbie SWG question

    What is your plumbing situation? Hard PVC? Flex PVC? Hoses w/ clamps?
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