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Thread: Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

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    Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

    40k gal freeform, IG pebblesheen, 9'x'6' raised spa, 2-1/2 hp Whisperflo, 520 sq/ft cartridge, Legend w/ booster, Intellibrite 5g in pool @ spa, Rainbow 320 Chlorinator(retired),
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    Re: Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

    That's waaaay too funny!!!

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    Re: Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

    Should have saved some money and filled it with Bud Light. Tastes like water already!
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    Re: Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

    LOL! Yeah, but the craft IPA makes my hair shine.
    40k gal freeform, IG pebblesheen, 9'x'6' raised spa, 2-1/2 hp Whisperflo, 520 sq/ft cartridge, Legend w/ booster, Intellibrite 5g in pool @ spa, Rainbow 320 Chlorinator(retired),
    Mastertemp 400k BTU, 3x3 hp Whisperflo Swimjets, 2x2 hp Whisperflow for 15ton moss rock waterfall, Intelitouch Controller, 850 sq/ft Travertine deck, Gas/Wood firepit,
    Autofill, TF-100 test kit w/ SpeedStir

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    Re: Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

    Now that's an award winning pool build.
    Under construction - Inground Vinyl Lagoon 18x36x28; 3ft-8ft depth; 107' perimeter; 24K gal; waterfall; Pebble bond finish perimeter decking

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    Re: Finally finished pool, but the beer truck cost a small fortune...

    Almost as good as the Heineken Closet


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