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Rock Climbing: Trad / Route below Don't Fire...
« Last post by cjdrover on Yesterday at 05:43:19 PM »
Does anyone have any info on the (new?) route directly below the hand traverse pitch on Don't Fire / Last Temptation? It is to the right of the Don't Fire Direct Start, 3-4 bolts up the face then joins the traverse in the final 5 feet.
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Rock Climbing: Trad / Re: Diedre Piss Easy
« Last post by strandman on Yesterday at 10:51:16 AM »
Couple of #11 hexes and a tube chock..leave them all, lower off and run away
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General Climbing / Re: Stupid climbing rulze
« Last post by strandman on Yesterday at 10:49:03 AM »
Hey you guys,

I have an old Milwaukee hammer drill, which weighs over 50 pounds, with bits up to 1.5 inches. You would need a generator, and a lo----------ng extension cord. Anyone interested?

I own about 5 Bosh drills, but never used one for climbing. That 50 pounder nearly took my arm off, while drilling a big hole when the drill jammed. It has so much torque that it will do some damage to your body, if things go wrong.

But is it cammo ?

Remember , the bolt has to be long AND thick to really satisfy
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General Climbing / Re: Stupid climbing rulze
« Last post by DaveR on Yesterday at 09:46:03 AM »
I run the big hittachi at work sometimes.  Usually in chisel mode to demmo tile floors. Those things are beasts :P
We could just run an extension cord up from the irish pub.  The place w/ the green roof.

Brings new meaning to the term "projecting"! ;D
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General Climbing / Re: Stupid climbing rulze
« Last post by tradmanclimbz on Yesterday at 08:32:22 AM »
I run the big hittachi at work sometimes.  Usually in chisel mode to demmo tile floors. Those things are beasts :P
We could just run an extension cord up from the irish pub.  The place w/ the green roof.
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General Climbing / Re: Stupid climbing rulze
« Last post by SA on Yesterday at 07:11:47 AM »
Hey you guys,

I have an old Milwaukee hammer drill, which weighs over 50 pounds, with bits up to 1.5 inches. You would need a generator, and a lo----------ng extension cord. Anyone interested?

I own about 5 Bosh drills, but never used one for climbing. That 50 pounder nearly took my arm off, while drilling a big hole when the drill jammed. It has so much torque that it will do some damage to your body, if things go wrong.
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General Climbing / Re: Stupid climbing rulze
« Last post by DaveR on Yesterday at 06:10:53 AM »
3/4 inch sounds like a bit too much work. need a 7/8th in bit which is pricy and a shit ton of glue and battery :P
 thanks for the offer though ;)

I would pay for the glue and drill bit just to piss LL off!
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General Climbing / Re: Stupid climbing rulze
« Last post by tradmanclimbz on August 01, 2015, 11:32:45 PM »
3/4 inch sounds like a bit too much work. need a 7/8th in bit which is pricy and a shit ton of glue and battery :P
 thanks for the offer though ;)
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General Climbing / Re: Your Biggest Whipper
« Last post by Admin Al on August 01, 2015, 11:00:08 PM »
20 footer on Way In The Wilderness when the column totally disintegrated. 22 cm screw and screamer held the fall. Really wrenched my back tho. Went from the cliff directly to the chiropractor!
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General Climbing / Re: Your Biggest Whipper
« Last post by DaveR on August 01, 2015, 09:46:47 PM »
About 80 ft when the wires broke on 2 very tiny nuts. Fall was held by a 0 TCU in a pin scar. The axle is bent and the pc ruined but I still have it. The next PC was the anchor! Busted may ankle really good in the process!
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