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    I was wondering if anyone could provide me with an option to replace an old buster crabbe coping on a 16x32 pool from 1979.The majority of the sections of it have lifted and are not secure. I am in need of a new liner and my pool company does not have a replacement alternative and apparently with any new coping being narrower will result in a space between it and the old concrete, which I do not need or want to replace. If there is not a replacement, is there any way of repairing the old coping? Any and all information on this would be greatly appreciated.
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    Default Re: replacement for buster crabbe coping

    membership upgraded; sorry that I can't help on the ?; I've alerted some people.

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    Default Re: replacement for buster crabbe coping

    Not too many people want to take on old pool rehabs.

    I know from experience. Check Vastec USA they have helped me. I have sent them pics of my issues and they always have a fix. http://www.vastecusa.com/Products.html. Also try Cardinal systems at http://www.poolsbycardinal.com/bullnose-coping-crgr.php. extruded coping is expensive. That's hy everyone wants to go new! Post some pics.

    Good luck

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