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    New type of deck drain!

    I know this my first post here ( I have been at Garden Web and Pool solutions off & on for some time) but this not Spam! I just saw this over at the Garden Web Forum, it's a deck drain product that can be fit to a radius. Could come in very handy in some situations...

    http://www.quakerplastic.com/3-inch-...rain-pool.html

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    Hmmm, first post ever, just coming along to pimp a product - seems like spam to me.

    I guess time will tell, if you come back to post again.

    Where are you from Max?
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    I am from Central CA, Hanford area and work in corrections. Honestly, I was over at the Garden Web Pool and Spa forum and someone there asked if such a product existed and another member found it. This product would have been very useful when our pool was installed last year but my builder said "nothing like that is made"

    Here is a link to the Garden Web post...

    http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load...6595968.html?8


    I may be a "lurker" but not a spammer

    Max

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    Thanks max! Lurk away, or better yet, post.
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    Sounds that way to me as well Sean.

    I have been at that site, and the way you have this one set up is PERFECT.

    That "other site" isn't user friendly and a PITA.

    Keep up the good work.

    Rik

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    The deck drains installed in my concrete decking look very much like these! They work very well but the slits in them do tend to clog. I am not sure if they are exactly these drains but they sure look like them.

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