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Part # 29892

Product Description

Bottom Rail 56-1/16" (Single)

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Above ground pool parts are not universal and can be difficult to identify. Inyo wants to make every effort that your order meets your requirements. If you are not confident that you have chosen the right parts - Please send the following information that is requested below.  Inyo will forward to the information provided to the manufacturer to see if they can determine if the pool is one of their models.

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*   Size of the pool & approximate age of the pool?

*   Image of the pool wall.

*   Image of the upright

*   Image of the top rail connection to the upright.

*   Name & age of the pool (if known) 

Product Specifications

56-1/16 in.
55-1/4 in.
5/8 in.
Rail Type:

Est. Repair Time

1 to 2 hrs

Tools Needed


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The original parts rusted out

Written on 6/23/2020 by Guest

Tore down pool & replaced all parts with new. Old ones were made of steel so over the years they rusted. New parts made of resin. Super easy to install. I think this product will last for many years.

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Est. Repair Time

4 to 8 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, small saw to cut rail

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Inner stabilizer rails on my above ground pool were completely rusted and falling apart. Large amounts of rust were falling into the pool.

Written on 6/15/2019 by Guest

I first determined the make of my pool by comparing the parts to pictures on the Inyopool website. I chose to replace the stabilizer rails with an upgraded resin kit.

I removed the outer top cap, inner top cap, the top rail (ledge) and the top plate before removing the stabilizer rail. I chose to do 3 - 4 sections at a time so that the stability of the pool wall would not be compromised.

I replaced the stabilizer rails with the new resin ones. Placing the connectors on was somewhat difficult at first. The kit does not come with directions. I was afraid that I might break the connectors trying to get them on. I ended up prying them open with the end of a screwdriver to get them to fit over the rails. They would not just slide on easily.

I had to cut a piece off of the last rail to fit it on the pool.

The rails themselves went on easily and make for a much neater appearance than the metal ones.

I then replaced the top plates, outer rails and caps and was done.

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