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Thread: Intex 9x18 ultra frame paver placement?

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    May 2015
    Guelph, Ontario, Canada

    Intex 9x18 ultra frame paver placement?

    Hello all. I'm new to this site, and pools all at the same time! I'm in the process of installing our pool. 9x18 patch of sod removed, leveling is currently being worked on. My question is, where exactly do the pavers go? 1 in the center on each side but the others? I've found no mention of any measurements on Google or anywhere else. My yard slopes from one end to the other a total of 10 inches. I've dug down a full 10 inches and will level as I go but the supports (pavers) will have to be dug in aswell. I'm just not sure where? Anybody have this pool and might be willing to measure the pool supports?

    Thanks in advance! your site..tons of great info!
    Intex 9x18 ultra frame, crystal clear filter/SWG

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    DFW, TX

    Re: Intex 9x18 ultra frame paver placement?

    Welcome to TFP! I think most folks put the top frame together on the ground to mark where the uprights will be.
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    Re: Intex 9x18 ultra frame paver placement?

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