s276474

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Jul 26, 2021
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North MO
I recently purchased a used pool that has been put up and taken down more than a time or two. As a result, a lot of the screw holes are not in very good shape where the upright attaches to the bottom plate.. see pictures. Any ideas on how to make these usable? I’ve used jb weld and filled the hole and think that would hold but after I did that I had no idea where the hole was supposed to be. Looking for any help or advice to avoid ordering all new uprights at $80 a pop. Thanks!
 

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Mdragger88

Bronze Supporter
TFP Guide
Jun 1, 2018
5,045
Hernando, Ms
Pool Size
26000
Surface
Vinyl
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
Intex Krystal Clear
That 1st one is no good - maybe making & attaching a reinforcement plate would work ? Are they aluminum or steel?
The second one just looks wallowed out & like u could use an appropriate sized washer there. Be sure to use stainless steel screws, washers etc.