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    alya's Avatar
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    Jan 2014
    northville Michigan

    Question Water slide

    We are in the process of building a pool. I want to add a water slide for the kids, is there a place where i can get a used one?. We plan to use it for a couple of years and than take it out as the kids outgrow it. Thank you

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    elwood58's Avatar
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    May 2012
    Sun City West Arizona (2nd Home)

    Re: Water slide

    Most seem to have luck finding them on Craig's List. Not surprisingly from folks like you whose children have outgrown them, or because of high insurance etc.
    19204 Gallon L Shape with a 10X10 2nd Step Baja Ledge. Intellichlor IC-40, IntellipH, Cartridge Filter, Pentair Heater/Chiller (Heat Pump). Tons of Deck with Deck Jets. Construction Complete 6/5/17.

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    May 2009
    Topeka, KS

    Re: Water slide

    CL will be your best bet. Even ebay for a new one. I would suggest not getting a slide. Our daughter, family and friends did love it, but it was pretty much a hassle, one kid not going up the ladder fast enough, one sitting up there too long.....

    We had an "adult" party a few years back. Everyone was drinking having a great time. One guy fell off the slide ladder. Had to call the ambulance, he spent several hours in the ER getting stitched up. Thankfully he did not sue us!

    We sold it on CL latter that year.

    I don't think it would crank up your insurance just having one, but the liability of an accident could potentially be costly.
    18x36 Buster Crab in ground, 3' shallow 8' deep, Hayward super pump, 300lb sand filter.

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    Feb 2015
    Dallas TX

    Re: Water slide

    There are 2 on craigslist in our area right now. Be sure to set up an alert on craigslist, maybe even use a couple different terms. One of the slides here is listed as a "pool sliding board" so it wouldn't even show up if you were searching for a "pool slide".
    IG ~12000 gallon 1988 freeform pool with IG spa, Hayward equip, Ecostar pump. Remodel done: NPT Arctic 1x2 tile in Lagoon w/ gray thinset & Light Pewter grout, French Gray PebbleSheen w/ grey fittings, Leuders buff eased edge limestone coping w/ Light Buff mortar, buff mastic

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