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Thread: few questions for intex owners

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    few questions for intex owners

    getting ready to set up my 16' ultra frame and i notice a lot of people "hard plumb" the skimmer and return lines . my question is how does this hold up to all the activity in the pool when the kids are having a good time? i am guessing the has to be some moving and flexing of the rigged pipe???
    also is there any instructions on how to install one of those or a few of those little yellow lights ? and where do i get them
    Intex 16x48 ultra frame

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    Re: few questions for intex owners

    There's a good bit of flexibility in the PVC pipe when routed correctly.

    The light is by Intex and it a magnetic light. It just sticks to the wall on both sides.
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    Re: few questions for intex owners

    Here's the light I had in my Intex frame pool, worked great for a low watt unit and really cheap. ... m_sbs_lg_1

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