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    Filter Grids

    Just bought new grids for my Pentair 48. I believe my filter is 9 years old, and several had cracked plastic. The small one had the main port half broken, which I had jury rigged with a piece of PVC. Man these new ones look great. Nice to see what a new filter looks like! Looking forward to my next backwash! Great deal.
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    Re: Filter Grids

    Thanks for sharing!
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