Model # CPVM3C2040
CINDERELLA VM-3 VERTICAL MOUNT COPING With LINER TRACK
I have the metal J shaped coping on my inground vinyl pool. I am planning on removing all of the concrete and coping and using a travertine stone coping with a slight overhang. Would this Cinderella VM-3 work in this application to hold the liner in place or is there a more suitable product to use? Thanks.
We are not sure what you are calling a J shaped coping. Please send us a picture of what you have. The type of wall your going to attach it to (what is the pool wall made of) and a picture of the deck area.
Thanks for the reply. I have attached 3 photos. the last one with the pavers is what we have planned for the deck surrounding my 40 x 20 vinyl liner pool. The wall of the inground pool is aluminum panels. The existing coping has the cement embedded in it and will need to be changed out I believe. what would be the right type of liner track would be best suited for our project ?
The answer is Yes. The vm3 coping should work for that application. It can be attached to the wall of the pool under the existing coping and the new liner hung from there. If you have not ordered the new liner you need to make sure you put the new wall height measurement on the liner measuring form so you get a perfect fit on the liner. The coping is attached wit self-tapping screws which are not included with the coping. Our item number is TEKS ( I would order 2 boxes and install the screws about 8-10 inches apart. You could also order liner track filler to put in the existing liner track that wont be used to fill in the gap and give a better finish. It is item # ltf20. The filler is in 20 ft. sections so you would need 6 pieces.
hello my old inground pool liner track coping is cracked and chipped. One portion of it the lip part is broke causing the liner to slip at that section. To replace the old liner track coping i would have to break concrete to remove the track coping then reinstall and repour concrete. Is it possible to just drill one of your Pool Mount Coping into side wall of the pool to fix this problem.
(5 out of 5 stars) Liner track. So easy
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Who knew we could replace our 35 year old track with such ease. Used one bit to drill my holes in the eight foot track sections and then changed bits and drilled into the concrete block and attached sections. No corners to worry about. New liner was installed in thirty minutes. Could not be more happy with the project! Like brand new.