Use a carpenter’s level to check that the upright is standing perfectly straight. If the uprights are not level, it will be very difficult to get the top ledge rails to fit together. If the upright is leaning left or right correct it before moving on
At this point you can now pull the front of the top plate (the hooked part) over the stabilizer bar and, after you are positive that the upright is level, add the final two screws necessary to secure the uprights to the pool.
WARNING! Installing top ledge rails should be a two-person job because if a top ledge rail falls into the pool it can cut the liner.
Continue to the next step: How to Install the Top Ledge Rails on your Above Ground Pool
Or view our guide on the 17 steps to installing your Round Above Ground Pool here.
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