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    Intex ultra Leg blocks in ground

    Leveled ground and installed blocks using a transom laser level / receiver . I am assuming due to rain and the fish bowl I created (landscape /drainage part #2 ) one quadrant of my pool is higher ...which means that the block(s) (level with others ) are recessed in the ground ...a few could be about 2 inches . Concerned about the stress on the liner seam . Any advice ?


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    Re: Intex ultra Leg blocks in ground

    Whatever happens once the rains stops, make sure to level everything before filling. Not much you can do once it's full of water, and believe me, the pool's waterline will naturally tell you right away how good you did on leveling. When on a slope, always dig down to make level, never try to build-up a side. Good luck!
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    Re: Intex ultra Leg blocks in ground

    Thank you ! I did ..so far do good ..except I had 2 legs slip off the supports .


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    Re: Intex ultra Leg blocks in ground

    Nice to hear things are improving for you. Have a nice weekend.
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