Part # 1490487
Top Connector for Generation (Single)
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* Image of the top rail connection to the upright.
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I am looking for the top caps, 1490487 showing out of stock. When will more be available or where could I find some??
Unfortunately, there is no concrete lead time on these as the manufacturer has been shut down due to the pandemic. We do not have access to other retailers and their inventory so we wouldn't honestly be able to advise of you of who may have these in stock however we have heard of other retailers running low on many above ground pool parts currently.
I need 14 top rails and 4 top caps for a 21’ round pool. We purchased the pool in 2005. It is an Outback Empire.
The top cap part number you gave me is 1490487. Please confirm that this is the correct top cap, and please let me know what the top rail part number is.
Do these come in 4 packs? Or only individually?
I submitted more photos on 7/4/19 if you need to look those up too.
Hi , just want to know if there's 2 screw hikes to attach this piece to the bottom?
Less than 1 hr
Took the old connector off by using a butter knife between the connector clip and the pool top shelf. When I tried to install the new replacement I slid the back end of the connector in place then tried to nudge the front. I tried to gently nudge the two front clips one at a time onto the metal shelf. I could only push slightly so I needed the butterknife to gently pry the clips one at a time onto the metal shelf. The clips are way too weak and flimsy. You need to exert a minor amount of pressure to affix the clips to the shelf but they just break off. Butterknife was better then screwdriver, as less preasure was needed.