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    Finally a new liner

    We got the liner installed today, they just finished for the day a few mins ago

    before



    After


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    Delta,

    OMG, that is a STUNNING change. Congrats!

    (the work looks incredibly professional)
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    Sweet... when will you have water?

    I love that liner....mine is starting to look so yesterday.... I'll get a blue one like that next time!
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    It's filling pretty fast, We. night or Thursday, I hope , As long as its ready by fathers day because the plan is to float in the pool next to cooler full of beer!
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    Congrats! Looking good!
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    WOOOOOOOOOOOOW!

    Very nice DeltaT!

    I like it!!! 8)
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    Your water is gonna sparkle with that liner Your dog looks like he anticipating a swim.
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    Looks awesome! Almost identical to mine:




    2003 Coleman MAAX Collection Model 706 - 400gal

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    It,s been about 24 hours and the liner is flat against the sides and bottom everywhere but, the shallow end opposite of where they have the vac? My wife called and they said they will be out maybe tonight if not tomorrow. I hope the water weight will straighten it out or maybe they will have to put the vac on the other side? They said to call when it had 6 inches of water in the shallow end, its at about 4 so we will see.They measured twice so I,m just Trying to be calm and patient its hard with the wife and kids(and me) itching to go for a swim.


    (looks great JJdurrant, I seen your liner pic right after we choose ours and we new we made a good choice because of how great yours looked)
    18*36 oval
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    ^^ thanks! Yes, the water will straighten everything out.
    2003 Coleman MAAX Collection Model 706 - 400gal

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