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Duke

. . first name's "Daisy" boys
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Awesome. I can only imagine that maintenance on the lifter engine has to be a bitch though.
 

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I'd rather remove religion from the world. Yeah that's what I want.
 
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Mr. Argumentor

Will Argue for Tacos
Sep 27, 2012
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Awesome. I can only imagine that maintenance on the lifter engine has to be a bitch though.
Reading up on it, it sounds like it's a hydraulic jack. If they do that right, they would be able to use the pool pump to lift it (lowering it is even easier)
 

Coqui

Piccolo Pete
Oct 14, 2004
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Sure you could, youd just have to drain it before the winter freeze, Id expect.
People have pools up there dont they?
Yes, but without knowing much about these, I don't see a real way of draining it. Not sure if this just have pipes or a reservoir that can be drained or what.
 

Mean Mr. Mustard

Always shouts out something obscene
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Yes, but without knowing much about these, I don't see a real way of draining it. Not sure if this just have pipes or a reservoir that can be drained or what.

Well, like with a "real" pool, Im sure all the plumbing works are off around behind the garage or something.
You do all the draining/filling from there.
The lengths of pipe to and from are buried.
 

Amstel

The Hoarse Whisperer
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you're a whore, but in a good way. Kindof.
Wonder if you could install that in northern states or not.

it's not that tough. it could be heated to 38 degrees all winter so it doesn't freeze. If it's insulated at all, that won't be difficult, nor expensive. 36" down (fairly sure it's called the frost line) the ground never gets lower than 55 degrees. Put a little heater in it and a bubbler & you'll maintain liquid all winter.