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Finished garage wall

Finished garage wall

This is the finished product. I changed the small roof into a 25 deg wall. I also took down all of the holds and just put up problems, color coded. So far I have 35 problems ranging from 1-5. (using The Spot Gyms system) I also took off the campus board, cuz it was just homemade and kept tearing the piss out of my fingers. Cheers

Rating:Average Rating = 4.93/5 | Votes: 27 | Comments: 34

Submitted by: pyleclimber on 2009-10-21 | Views: 7663

Comment 5 out of 5 stars OSUbuckeye on 2009-10-26
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Absolutely amazing! You inspire me for my woodie project.
Comment 5 out of 5 stars kovacs69 on 2009-11-30
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Nice!!!
Comment 5 out of 5 stars rbyars on 2009-11-30
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very nice man.
Comment 5 out of 5 stars dreday3000 on 2009-11-30
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looks like a party
Comment erick on 2009-11-30
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hey nice work.
Comment 5 out of 5 stars hroldan on 2009-12-01
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that's what I call a nice climbing garage, cool!
Comment rockrock513 on 2009-12-01
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nice, hope you got more pads on the way
Comment krosbakken on 2009-12-01
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Why is there draws? It doesn't look that tall... anyways nice wall, wish I had something like that.
Comment pyleclimber on 2009-12-01
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Thanks! The draws are there so I can practice clipping!
Comment elvislegs on 2009-12-02
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how much did it cost?
Comment pyleclimber on 2009-12-02
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Somewhere between $1000-1300
Comment 4 out of 5 stars TYclimbOK on 2009-12-02
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Fantastic!
Comment Omni on 2009-12-03
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Nice!
Comment 5 out of 5 stars lvpyne on 2009-12-03
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Impressive! :)
Comment dogbone on 2009-12-03
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Pure awesomeness!
Comment dharold on 2009-12-05
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outstanding!
Comment stonefox on 2009-12-05
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this is amazing
Comment Stone-over on 2009-12-06
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Rad! When's the christening party?
Comment 5 out of 5 stars scgreene2000 on 2009-12-07
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Great looking wall mate!
I will think of yours as I build my wall.
Comment 5 out of 5 stars milesenoell on 2009-12-07
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Wow. Just wow.
Comment granite_grrl on 2009-12-08
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Good jorb
Comment 5 out of 5 stars fxgranite on 2009-12-09
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ooo I just got a woodie looking at this
Comment icanribbit on 2009-12-11
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Dick. Richard. I mean damn thats a nice wall dude. Sorry for the minor hatred....
Comment salamanizer on 2009-12-11
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I love that rounded wall, not an easy task. Nice carpentry skills there my friend.
Comment erock72 on 2009-12-12
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wow that's a wall to be proud of thanks for the motivation to up grade my Woodie !!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment yosemite26 on 2009-12-15
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wow thats awsome...i want to buuild a small one or two route one but dont know if i can finance it
Comment 5 out of 5 stars JasonsDrivingForce on 2009-12-16
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Great job. That thing looks awesome! Are you sure you are done though? There is still some ceiling space left open!
Comment chouca on 2009-12-22
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That is an amazing wall! That sure as heck ain't no woody. The layout is great and the convex portion not only shows originality and smarts (not an easy design to pull off), it makes for some incredible training angles that translate well to pocketed French limestone with inset holds.
Comment ClimbingKarma on 2010-01-06
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how much you charge to come build one in my garage? seriously very nice I'm so jealous.
Comment onrockandice on 2010-01-10
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If you don't mind my asking what are the material costs for that? Very nice!
Comment maowcakes on 2010-01-12
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this is sick
Comment maowcakes on 2010-01-12
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this is sick
Comment maowcakes on 2010-01-12
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this is sick
Comment cbach034 on 2010-01-16
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thats sweet dude