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Thread: Advice needed to accurately cut foam insulation for pool bottom.

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    Advice needed to accurately cut foam insulation for pool bottom.

    I am hoping to start my pool bottom foam insulation tomorrow, but I am having a hard time figuring out the best way to accurately cut the foam for my 21ft round saltwater LX agp . I tried to search, but couldn't find any answers. It looks like from pictures people are cutting it with the walls already up, but that seems like it would be super difficult to get right. Thought about using the bottom rail for a template for a rough cut, then taping seams and making any minor fit cuts after the wall goes up. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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    Tanner
    22' x 4' Intex Ultra Frame 11,000 gal, setup in summer of 2012. Hayward Power-Flo Lx 1hp 60GPM pump, Pentair SD 80 sand filter, wide mouth skimmer, all hard plumbed

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    Re: Advice needed to accurately cut foam insulation for pool bottom.

    Put them together and draw a circle with a string and sharpie. Reassemble in pool.
    Spring 2016 Install, 24'x54" Saltwater LX AG Round Pool (13500 gal.), AquaPro 200 SQ. FT. Cartridge Filter System 2-HP 2-Speed Pump, Solaxx Saltron Retro Jet RJ Saltwater Chlorine Generator, Aqualuminator Above Ground Pool Light, TF-100 Test Kit w/ Borate and Salt, Well Water.

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