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    Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    I wanted to finally drop in and say THANK YOU! You guys certainly have put a lot of hours and knowledge into this site. I have been "studying" TFP since we first inherited our pool 2 years ago. The original owners were actually dropping tabs into the deep end! We had a harsh winter in Indiana and the liner didn't survive. We are currently waiting on a few nice days so our installer can put in our new liner. Exited and anxious can barely describe it. I wanted to throw up a before pic so I could have someone else share the suspense with me.105 (480x640).jpg
    Inground 33,000 gal - Vinyl - Jacuzzi Sand Filter - Pentair 340037 SuperFlo 3/4 hp. Taylor K-2006 Test Kit with SpeedStir.

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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Welcome to the forum

    We will share the suspense with you!
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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Following this one....can't wait!
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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Looking forward to the transformation. Where in Indiana are you ? I am in Munster.

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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Oh wow... just chuck those pucks right in there baby! They'll go good with the other *white* spots!

    Welcome and I can't wait to see the new liner! Have any pics of it?
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Yes, I have pics! We are going with the Siesta Blue Wave. We even bartered with our installer; traded 4 lawn chairs for some really nice coping paint. It's such a blessing to have a pool guy i can trust. Before and after of my coping:
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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Ole Red from Fraggle Rock! She was my Fav! Takes me back to being a little kid, sitting on the couch with my Red doll. lol I'll shut up!

    If you can get that liner in 25g/mil do it. Can't wait to see it installed!
    I'd bet you my bikini you'll never get TFP water from a pool store!

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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    In case you were curious...this is what your liner looks like if you "chuck pucks" into the pool.

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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    I am not too far from a new liner so i have subscribed and am looking forward to updates .... good luck!!
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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

    Quote Originally Posted by meporchmonkey View Post
    Yes, I have pics! We are going with the Siesta Blue Wave. We even bartered with our installer; traded 4 lawn chairs for some really nice coping paint. It's such a blessing to have a pool guy i can trust. Before and after of my coping:
    I have the Siesta Wave liner and like it. I honestly believe I like your Blue Siesta Wave a little better. Can't wait to see your pool with the new liner.
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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

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    Finally! It's been a crazy summer but at least we have our pool back!
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    Re: Studying TFP for 2 years; Getting ready to replace liner

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