That's a good point. I think I decided against that anyway, I'd never be able to get over it when people ask "why isn't there any flow coming out of this one?"If you leave it as a fake return, I'd cap it as short as possible. Don't want a dead zone of no circulation where algae might grow.
Yep, builder came and went and that's exactly what he'll have to do to even tighten these, let alone allowing for future maintenance.Get unions installed on the filter piping. You will need to be able to take the top off the sand filter to deep clean it.
Here you go @jimmythegreek , appreciate you taking a look. Let me know if these don’t show what you were asking for.Take a close up of the track and one so I can see the profile. I usually cement board the wall cap with tex screws or once in a while with certain copings I use metal lathe amd scratch coat it. You dont need mortar near the track I stay back am inch or so amd let it squish into place. I use thinset BTW its stronger, laticrete 254 if u want the best. I use a concrete collar to set my copings on that's the primary bond the wall cap is just extra hold
Dang, forgot to update!How are we looking today Auburn?