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    Intex Ultra Frame Pool

    I am thinking of buying a 48"x18' intex ultra frame pool.My only concern is ,we already have sand where our other pool was.I wonder if this will be a problem with the legs sinking.Thought maybe getting those angled bricks to put under legs or dig a circle for the pool to sit in.Too much sand to try and get rid of.We have had the round easy set pool for past 5 years and it sat right on top of the sand and worked fine.My son says it will be fine on the sand but from what I have read,there are issues with it sitting on sand due to legs sinking.I know that a ground cloth comes with so was going to put that under the pool,too.Is this ground cloth a tarp?Thanks!Maybe I should just go back to getting the easy set pool again.Any advice or help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Intex Ultra Frame Pool

    If you dig down to use the blocks for the legs you'll be fine as long as it isn't a mound. Which, if the easy-set was ok on it the Ultra-frame should be too.
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    Re: Intex Ultra Frame Pool

    Thank you!

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