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Thread: EVA Interlocking Foam Pads under Pool

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    EVA Interlocking Foam Pads under Pool

    My 18' x 9' Intex Ultra pool is going up later today on a smooth and level concrete base. I have some EVA Interlocking Foam Mats (1 cm deep) that will be going under it. I assume it would make sense for these to go under the legs as well?

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    Re: EVA Interlocking Foam Pads under Pool

    Just giving your post a bump for more visibility. You may have already installed your pads, but wanted to get this post moving again just in case. Actually, I wouldn't think anything would go under the legs (posts) so that the legs/posts are firmly on their support base(s), but perhaps some other AGP owners have done the same as you suggested. Best of luck to you. Enjoy your day.
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