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Thread: Non Doughboy Liner in Doughboy Pool

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    Non Doughboy Liner in Doughboy Pool

    Hello, we have a little Doughboy pool with their E-Z Clip beaded liner that needs replacing.

    A genuine Doughboy liner while great is a bit steep for us right now at around $400 delivered for an 18' pool that will probably be used a couple more seasons.

    I've been trying to find other liners that may work, but haven't had much luck. All the places I've called initially say that yes they have a beaded liner that will work, but then back off and say they can't be sure or probably not. I know nothing about liners other than this one, so I have no idea what the differences are between different beaded liners.

    Does anyone have any experience with using a non Doughboy liner in a Doughboy pool with the EZ-Clip system?

    Thanks for any advice or comments

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    Re: Non Doughboy Liner in Doughboy Pool

    Welcome to TFP! Someone will be along shortly to help you with your question.
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    Re: Non Doughboy Liner in Doughboy Pool

    Bump ... Thanks for any input!

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    Re: Non Doughboy Liner in Doughboy Pool

    Pocono pool products can send you bead samples that you can compare your current liner too. Also you can just purchase j-channel track ans install that on the pool wall and then order a liner for that. I would try the bead samples first
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    Re: Non Doughboy Liner in Doughboy Pool

    Thanks, I'll give them a try.

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