Pool identification and Replacement parts

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Mullen posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi,

I believe my pool is a Morada 24 x 12, can you confirm from the pictures.  Also I need new top rails because they have all rusted, can you tell me what parts i would need or if there is a better solution. not sure if all the pics loaded

Thank you.

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InyoRob posted this 2 weeks ago

It does look like a Morada model. What is the total number of top rails on the pool?

Mullen posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi,

 

there are 18 top rails.  They are metal is it possible to get a plastic substitute.  If not can you tell me what I would need to replace all with price.  Debating if we should replace the caps located between each rail, and a price for them to you.  Thank you.

Brian

InyoRob posted this 5 days ago

Below are part numbers and links to the top rails and top caps. Steel and Resin top rails are interchangeable.

Steel Top Rails

Curved Side Top Rail (10 Required)  Part Number 27622 http://www.inyopools.com/Products/24701352074731.htm

Straight Side Top Rail (8 Required) Part Number 27627 http://www.inyopools.com/Products/24701352074732.htm

Resin Top Rails

Curved Side Top Rail (10 Required)  Part Number 21511 http://www.inyopools.com/Products/24701352073868.htm

 

Straight Side Top Rail (8 Required) Part Number 19610 http://www.inyopools.com/Products/24701352073833.htm

Top Cap

Part number 19612 http://www.inyopools.com/Products/24701352073834.htm

 

Mullen posted this 4 days ago

the curved side top rail resin says round pool is that okay for an oval.  Is there a way to preserve a steel cap rail without it rusting?

InyoRob posted this 3 days ago

Yes, the curved side rail will work on round pools as well. You can paint the top rails with a Rust-Oleum product to preserve it. If there is any rust, sand it first before painting.

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