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Thread: Choosing a new AG pool

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    Choosing a new AG pool

    We're going to put a pool in. We've settled on a 15 x 30 oval. It needs to be a buttress free do to width constraints. I would like to use an expandable liner so that we have a deep end. There is a Swim n Play bundle but I can't find any information about using an expandable liner on there web site.

    Does anybody have any experience with expandable liners and Swim n Play or other Buttress free pools.
    No pool yet. Installing a partially buried Swim-n-Play 15 x 30 above ground.

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    Re: Choosing a new AG pool

    Doughboy all the way for me. However, I Googled "swim n play reviews" and found some interesting results. Not going to post my interpretations, you should see for yourself. Also, I am sure you will get some good feedback from the fine folks here at TFP too.

    Here is a link to the search results: https://www.google.com/#hl=en&gs_nf=1&g ... 00&bih=872
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    Re: Choosing a new AG pool

    Also thinking about a Wilbar Barbados 15x30. Would love to have a Doughboy/Lomart but they are a bit more than what we budgeted and you know how budgets are. :>
    No pool yet. Installing a partially buried Swim-n-Play 15 x 30 above ground.

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