Most Intex replacement liners are single-bead liners, which install relatively easily. Single-bead liners have a thicker bead around the edge of the liner that fits into a receiver on the side of the pool. Single-bead liners minimize the amount of air that gets trapped between the pool and the liner, but some extra steps are still necessary.
Installing an Intex replacement pool liner requires draining the pool, removing the old liner, leveling the bottom of the pool and finally putting the liner itself into the pool. While most Intex liners install easily, users should take care to avoid trapping excess air between the pool and liner.