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Thread: Plastic leg caps

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    Jun 2015
    Glenwood, MN

    Plastic leg caps

    I am wondering if anyone has a good idea for a replacement to the plastic leg caps on a metal support above ground pool. I have two or three that have broken and am placing my pool on a brand new cement pad. I do not want to pay 4-8 dollars for a silly piece of plastic, which is the rate they are being sold on Amazon and Ebay. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks~Brandy
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    Richard320's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    San Dimas, CA (LA County)

    Re: Plastic leg caps

    Measure the diameter of the pipe and see if there's something at the hardware store that will fit. Lowes
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    Jun 2008
    Seattle, WA

    Re: Plastic leg caps

    If you could post a picture of the cap with a few approximate dimensions, we may be able to make a connection to something inexpensive, that could be a suitable substitute.
    21K gal 16' x 40' in-ground pool built 1959, old school with Jacuzzi bronze pump, American Products 24" Sand Filter & Americana Multiport valve, Jandy Lite2 millivolt heater, Coverstar cover, and classic Kreepy Krauly.

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