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Thread: 22'x52" Ultra Fram, curious if a 21' Expanding Liner will fit?

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    22'x52" Ultra Fram, curious if a 21' Expanding Liner will fit?

    Planning on buying the 22'x52" Ultra Frame and am curious if a 21' Expanding Liner would fit it. It seems with
    the new Intex sizes they have made it much harder to do what you have done with your 18'. 22' and 26' are
    odd sizes comparitive to the standard Above Ground Pools at 21' and 27'. I wonder if this was done by design.
    Would love to hear opinions on this, if I ever have an issues it would be nice to no I could keep the pool going
    at minimal cost compared to the Intex Liner Replacement.

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    Re: 22'x52" Ultra Fram, curious if a 21' Expanding Liner wil

    I don't think you could use a metal walled AGP liner on an Intex pool. Intex Liners are specifically designed to act as the structure of the pool and the liner....
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    Re: 22'x52" Ultra Fram, curious if a 21' Expanding Liner wil

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    Re: 22'x52" Ultra Fram, curious if a 21' Expanding Liner wil

    I asked the question in that thread but it was moved to its own topic. I would
    love to here from someone if they think the expanding liner would expand enough
    to work even though its a foot smaller in diameter. The problem is that Intex is
    now making a 22' and 26' which are not a match to the currently available liners. I
    guess a regular 24' liner could be put in the Intex but there would be tons of wrinkles
    unless a overlap seem was created. Of course I may never have to do this I was just
    really pleased with the results the from the other member who demonstrated this. This
    would be a good way to extend the life of these pools. I don't believe the frame is the
    weak point, its the Liner which also happens to be the walls.

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