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Thread: Getting rid of my 2012 pool - 12' x 36" Intex Ultra-Frame

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    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Houston, TX

    Getting rid of my 2012 pool - 12' x 36" Intex Ultra-Frame

    I bought a bigger pool a few weeks ago when they were on clearance at Wal-Mart (although I usually hate that store!). :P

    Since it is in good shape, I find it difficult to just toss it in the trash. If anyone wants it, or knows someone who wants it and is local (Houston area) just let me know.

    I'm thinking of just asking someone to give me a $50 to cover me repurchasing the mods I put in (Intex 1.5" inlet/outlet and Hayward in-wall skimmer). The inlet/outlet mod is about a month old. The Hayward skimmer is 24 hours old. ha. I decided to do the skimmer on what I call my "donor pool" since I knew I was already done with it and didn't care if I screwed it up.

    The 1,000 ghp lame pump that came with it is included and is still in the original shrink wrap.

    Edit: It is still up and running if some picky person doesn't trust (essentially) free stuff.
    Intex UltraFrame 14'x48in - 3,900 gallons. Intex 1600 GPH combo Sand Filter/SWG Hard Plumbed w/Hayward skimmer, suction & return. Borates.
    And... 15k gallon kidney shaped gunite 1975 vintage. Hayward DE3620 filter + Hayward 750 pump.
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    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Blaine, MN

    Re: Getting rid of my 2012 pool - 12' x 36" Intex Ultra-Fram

    Post it on craigslist and see if you get any takers.
    18x33 16,700 gallon AG
    Sand, TFP Test, Gas heater

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