Model # NL108
Alternate Part #'s 1382480, ACCCOP, ACCCOPEACH
Throw out those old, worn out coping strips and replace them with new ones. These plastic, non-corrosive clips hold your liner in place on the pool wall before re-installing the top rail. Brand new coping strips will help insure a firm, proper liner installation.
I have a 30 ft round pool . Is the 7.99 per pack of 10 or is it an each price. Your guide states I need 47 strips but I'm not sure if I need to order 5 10 packs or put 47 in the quantity. Thank you
The price woudl be for a 10 pack, so you would need to purchase 5 10 packs which would give you a total of 50 coping strips. You will have 3 left over in case you need them down the road.
Will these fit an Outback 27' ?
Hello Brandon, the NL108 Liner Coping strips will fit the Trendium made Outback pool series. For a 27 foot round pool, you will require a set of 44 strips.
I have a 12x24 Atlantic pool purchased in2002. My question is the liner is completely faded out is there still a warranty on the liner.and is it an overlap or beaded.
Hi, The warranty does not cover fading just manufacture defects (seam separation) of the liner and I can't say what style of liner it is. You can send us photos of how the liner is connected to the pool and I can tell you what style it is.
Less than 1 hr
I ordered and I got the very next day!! Really impressed!!!
I decided to get a new pool this summer and realized that it was some strips missing. Once I got it, I started to put all together and it was really easy. Super simple job! Anyone can do it!
(5 out of 5 stars) coping strips
Reviewed By: Patrick K. from Ronceverte, WV ()
Pros: Did the job at a reasonable cost.
If building your own pool kit or replacing a liner these are a good bet. They worked well and were appropriately flexible, much better than the 5-6 year old ones they were replacing.
(5 out of 5 stars) Perfect and inexpensive replacement
Reviewed By: Inyo Customer ()
These are great replacements for the top edge, over-the-liner, for metal pools. Note that you may need to shorten the last piece you install, which can be done with any good blade.