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RunRocket


Dec 7, 2011, 9:24 PM

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Re: [RunRocket] New Bouldering Gym San Antonio Texas
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I have a section of the wall tacked in place. This section starts 3' off the ground. It is a 10' by 8'wide section at 60degrees. The top of the wall is about 12' off the ground. Do I want 3' of vertical at the bottom? What angle would be best to take the wall up to the 20' ceiling? I could go straight up, angle back about 15degrees or come off of that with a 30 degree wall. What do you think would be good here and why?
Also you can see the roof section to the left of the 60degree wall. It will be 7'6" from the wall toward the 60 and 10' the other way and it is totally flat. That roof is only 7' off the ground. Is that tall enough underneath or would I be better off putting a 30 degree wall under there to meet the 60?


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