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What should the depth on a 24-ft round above ground 48-inch wall be?


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2015-07-17 17:40:42
2015-07-17 17:40:42

I will assume that you are wanting to know the depth of the water for a 24x48" above ground pool. With the wall being 48" in height, I would usually tell the buyer to subtract 4-6" off of the wall height. So, in the case of the 48" wall, the water level will be anywhere between 42-44".



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