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Thread: Trying to keep piping simple with pump

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    May 2007
    Kannapolis, NC

    Trying to keep piping simple with pump

    OK, I had a PacFab Challenger and decided to buy a superpump. And as my life goes nothing is easy, but I will survive. My delima and I will probably get laughed at but, my Superpump is shorter to the ground as far as piping goes. What I am trying to do is sit the pump on something that will be sturdy enough, I need about and inch in height.
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    Foxx Pool Grecian style 19' X 39'
    27k, with a 300# sand filter

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    SouthWest Alabama

    Re: Trying to keep piping simple with pump

    If your pump is sitting directly on the concrete pad you can use a paver or a piece of treated board to raise it up to the level of the piping.
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    Re: Trying to keep piping simple with pump

    1 inch paver from lowes should work perfect for what you need I would get the 18x18 to give a nice sized footing for the pump..
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