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    Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Here's my set up
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Welcome to TFP! Very nice!
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Thank son is having a blast and many thanks to trouble free pool

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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Very neat, clean and sharp. I like the PVC, I want to do that to our set up. Hoses are functional but the hard piping has that "Sharp" look. On the return, did have any issues with standard pipe dimensions? Special adapter? Thanks.
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Very nice. Does the fountain provide much evap cooling or is it just for aesthetics?
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    I like the flex hose.... I was just thinking....ya I know, bad idea, lol
    ..but hard piped with no easy take apart would be a bad thing for me...lo
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    What are you using to connect the flex hose to the pvc?

    Next year I think I may want to bury pvc when we get the big intex pool to locate pump and stuff away but I'd like to still use flexible hose on the skimmer/return connecting to that pvc.
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    That looks awesome!! I am always jealous when I see neat, clean, and organized pvc plumbing. Mine is a hot mess, lol.
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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Quote Originally Posted by wjm2013
    Here's my set up
    I'd like to do this myself.

    I have an 18' x 48" Intex

    Have the 1 1/4" piping, but need to know what fittings you used to go thru the pool wall, and to hook the flex hose to the 1 1/4 PVC? Congrats on a nice set-up.

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    Re: Here's my set up (with fountain)

    Pool looks nice.
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