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guangzhou


Mar 14, 2010, 11:41 PM
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My New Bouldering Wall
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The few few photos of my new bouldering wall. Twelve feet by twelve feet. 60 Degree across and a small steeper section at the top right.

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guangzhou


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airscape


Mar 17, 2010, 4:17 AM
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Steel frame FTW!

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We also pay a lot for wood, steel is waaaay cheaper.
And IMO easier to work with.


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airscape wrote:
Steel frame FTW!

EDIT:

We also pay a lot for wood, steel is waaaay cheaper.
And IMO easier to work with.

The price difference was 300USD. Steel being cheaper. I was shocked, but 300 bucks is 300 bucks. Walls, holds, labor, under 500USD total. Can't complain.


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