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borrego


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Im building my own wall, so i want to know for some ideas for it structure, and which can be a good training.


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Threads on this subject can be found in the indoor gyms forum. Also on many websites through the internet.

I'd do a search on the internet first, then if you can't get anything, come on back. They will have images, and stuff, all we have is boring text.


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just dont forget to reserve a space for campus trainning


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if you want to incline your wall i suggest you use 3/4 ply wood with a frame out of 2x4's. for an 4x8 board you should use a total of 6 or 7 2x4x8. and by the way never nail your board to the frame, use screws.

good luck


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Who is being mean? I'm merely pointing out certain points. This site has a search with the Administrators and Moderators of this site wish would get used more often. I know making your own thread is really cool, and somewhat easier, but a lot of times the information found in older threads might be found from the new thread you made. So, you could loose out on some good inforation. See what I'm saying??

But anyways...PACK THE WALL TIGHT WITH A HUGE VARIETY OF HOLDS AND HOLD MANUFACTURERES!! And make some of your own if you'd like...http://www.cranc.com/holds.html


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Piano is right...there are lots of other messages about this...in fact I think i started one a long time ago after i finished my wall. you can goto the WA routes page and then to The Pinnacle Gym in North Central WA and find the info. Good luck and if you want some more info on what I did you can talk to me.


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Muchas gracias!!!

thanks for everyone. Know im looking for som home indoor walls by the internet.

By the way i apreciate your ideas.



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The following sites have a ton of helpful information:

http://metoliusclimbing.com/
http://www.melhuish.org/climb/homegym.htm
http://www.cranc.com/wall.html
http://www.tradgirl.com/rc/faq7.htm
http://www.trails-edge.com/
http://www.uncarvedblock.com.au/
http://www.indoorclimbing.com/bouldering_construction.html
http://www.mtn.co.uk/features/wall1-1.htm
http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Trails/9640/
http://www.planetfear.com/climbing/training/neilgresham/ng_buildingaboard.htm

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