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    Help Replacing Intex Liner

    We have a 22 x 52 ultra frame pool that is all of a sudden got multiple holes and the liner itself seems very brittle? Would you recommend using the overlap liner for a replacement since Intex seems to never have any in stock and you can't even get them to respond to anything in reference to the liner. We don't really feel like spending 700 again on a new pool. Any written explanation to us would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Help Replacing Intex Liner

    Welcome to TFP!

    Sorry I don't know, but others may be able to advise you better. If it's brittle, I'm not sure it would be any good.
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    Re: Help Replacing Intex Liner

    Intex liners are available, or were when we needed one for our pool. We couldn't get it from Intex, however there are several places online that have them.

    That being said, what part of yours is brittle? is it just the floor? Or are the sides getting that way as well? If the sides are ok, you should be able to use an overlap liner.

    If you go with an overlap, 62" or longer sidewalls would be a good idea. Secure it to the outside of your old liner with rope and these:
    http://www.harborfreight.com/15-piec...ack-93740.html
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    Re: Help Replacing Intex Liner

    We have been searching for weeks to order a new liner and can't find one anywhere on line. Intex is out of stock and has been the whole time and its mostly the bottom that seems brittle but regardless we just want to replace the liner.

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    Re: Help Replacing Intex Liner

    I'm Australian and I think you can get them from here.... It might cost a bit in postage though.... http://idealshop.com.au/c/intex_and_...are_parts/64//
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    Re: Help Replacing Intex Liner

    You can type in the search on this forum for "Installing replacement liner intex". I replaced mine with an overlapping liner two years ago and it's still up today. I haven't been on the forum for some time so will update the thread when I get the solar cover off. I thought there were more pictures on the thread but for some reason some are not there. The thread shows the tie offs like Charlie_R mentioned above.

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