Part # 38506
Alternate Part #'s 15355, 35424
Inner Stabilizer Steel 52-1/2"
Need more than 1 STEEL Stabilizer?
Tired of replacing rusting stabilizers? Consider upgrading to RESIN! Resin Stabilizers will not rust - perfect for ALL Pools, especially for saltwater pools. Above is the link(s) to Complete Resin Stabilizer Upgrade Kits by Pool Size. These Resin Stabilizer Upgrade Kits listed below are the only suitable substitute for stabilizer Part#''s: 38506 & 15355 & 35424. (The image below is an end view of the Upgraded Resin Stabilizer)
My AGP is full of water & I need to replace the stabilizers & top rails & plates, can I do this without emptying the pool
Hello Nancy, it is recommended you drain the pool when attempting to replace the stabilizers. Failure to do so can result in the weight of the water finding a weak spot and causing a collapse in the wall.
Won’t the liner shrink and rip if you drain the water out? Can you replace one section at a time? Will that reduce the danger?
Patrick, yes, one of the most important things any owner of a vinyl liner pool needs to know is you should NEVER drain the water from your vinyl liner swimming pool unless you have purchased and are ready to install a new liner. The water in the pool helps hold the liner into place. If you drain your pool you can cause your vinyl pool liner to shrink and upon refilling, if the liner has lost its elasticity it can cause the liner to rip or tear. So, yes, our suggestion is to replace the Inner Stabilizer Steel 52-1/2" (Single) very meticulously one section at a time.
Can the #38506 steel stablizer be used in place of the #38506 Resin Stabelizer Kit? If so, are additional parts needed?
Hi, John. Yes, the steel option can be used to replace the resin option and vice versa. However, the resin kit requires a connector, the steel one interlocks.
(2 out of 5 stars) Metal Corrodes
Reviewed By: Inyo Customer ()
This is the stabilizer required for Seaspray Allure pools, so the 2-star rating is for the manufacturer, NOT for InYoPools. In a world that is going more toward salt-water chlorination, these do not hold up more than a few years. Unfortunately, there are no alternatives for the Seaspray pools, so I have to consider the replacement of these as a periodic cost of operating the pool.
(4 out of 5 stars) Hard to find parts
Reviewed By: ALLU ()
We had to replace the liner in an very old pool(from the 90s), we had a few of these stabilizers that needed to be replaced. Len's Pool & Spa of Lakeport MI gave us this website and it was so easy to use and find the part and we didn't have to order a whole set.