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Thread: Help finding a winter cover 32x16 rectangle

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    Help finding a winter cover 32x16 rectangle

    I have just googled for about 30min and i can't seem to find a fair (cheap) pool cover for my pool. My pool is an above ground 32x16 rectangle with a deck (6' or 8' i believe). The only cover i could seem to find was the super nice $700 model that supports large wild animals. That is too much for my needs and wallet. I just want a basic winter cover but all i seem to find is oval covers or if i do find a rectangle its for in-ground pools. I was just curious if anyone knew of a place i could look at, thanks.

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    Re: Help finding a winter cover 32x16 rectangle

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    Re: Help finding a winter cover 32x16 rectangle

    It should be possible to use an in-ground rectangular cover. You might have to rig the tie-downs a little differently, but it ought to work.
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    Re: Help finding a winter cover 32x16 rectangle

    Thats what i was thinking. I have one of those above ground kayaks with the deck and rails. It came with the house. Looks like this one
    the other question was most have an overlap of 4' , 5' or 6' which would i go for?


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