[Sold] Used 2003 Sundance Metro

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[Sold] Used 2003 Sundance Metro

Post by Amos » July 8th, 2016, 11:50 am

Model: Sundance
Make: Metro
Manufacture Date: 12-19-2003
Serial Number: 100093360
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$2,995 + Tax: Customer pickup, trailer available for loan.
$3,495 + Tax: Our staff delivers.

Warranty: 1 Year - Leakage & Electrical

Features & Description: Synthetic sided Metro. This hot tub features a very simple open design, this tub has been since replaced by the Dover in the Sundance family. The Metro is a 84" x 64" x 30.5" small 2 person tub, very energy efficient. This hot tub is convertible between 120v and 240v making it very easy to install in a number of situations, the tub currently is setup for 120v, making it "plug and play". The hot tub comes with a new cover, new filters, and a start-up kit of chemicals.

Work Log:
  • Previous owner had problems with the built in drain,we completely replaced the drain body and reworked the attached plumbing.
  • A new pressure treated frame was built to replace the original frame that was showing signs of water damage and rot.
  • Replaced the filter weir gate since the original had calcium buildup and didn't travel well.
  • Filled and run for a week to confirm functions and water retention, Spa Purge then super chlorination treatment was administered to clean and disinfect entire plumbing system.
  • Replaced pillows.
  • Replaced line cord GFCI.
  • Replaced temperature sensor.
  • Replaced plastic air bleed barbs with the newer stainless steel style.
  • Replaced diverter o-rings and seals.

    Worth Mention: One inch hole was drilled through the equipment floor to allow previous 240v install.

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Re: [Available Soon] Used 2003 Sundance Metro

Post by springsnakes » September 12th, 2016, 12:21 pm

Hi. I'm interested in this tub. Do you know when it will be available? How much it will cost? Dimensions, etc? Is there a picture? Thanks, Celia