Ok, so I have ben setting up aan Imtex pool every summer for the last 6-7 seasons. This year, I pulled it out and found holes in the liner, so I ordered a new liner. Problem is, I ordered a 18'x52" liner for my 18'x48" pool (I could have swore I had 52", but my wife is showing me right on the side of the old liner that is says 48". Oops.
So, anyway, I didn't notice this until I had the pool up and was having troubles getting the bottom wrinkle free - and now I see it is because I have 4 inches of wall hanging out at the bottom. I already have 3" water in much of the pool, and so can't really return the liner for the right size. I would rather not buy a new frame, as the one I have is in good shape. So, can I get some 4" thick solid pavers to basically raise the frame? I think that it should be ok, since most people on this forum seem to set on pavers anyway, and the legs are still strapped to pool by band and rope, so shouldn't go anywhere.
I am also going to call Imtex and see if I can just get longer poles - it appears all other parts are the same, but won't know til I see them. But pavers will be cheaper, faster, and easier to install.
What do you think?