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Chockstone Forum - For Sale

Buy and Sell Used Climbing Gear Please do not post retail SPAM.

Author
small rack for sale
pomyrocks
11/01/2013
9:33:10 PM
Hi Guys, sadly, work and family time have eroded my ability to concentrate on this wonderful sport. thus its time to hang up the rack and pass it on to someone else who will enjoy using the gear as much as i have. i have a few items of gear for sale. All are in excellent condition and have been well looked after. the items are as follows

Wild Stuff Gear adjustable Harness complete with sewn loops - price $50

Black Diamond Hex Size 10 complete with karabiner - price $20

Nuts - approx $150 for all
Wild Country Peenuts - Total of 13, multiple sizes complete with karabiner
Wild Country Nuts - Total of 16, multiple sizes complete with karabiner
Black Diamond Stoppers - Total of 6, multiple sizes complete with karabiner

Cams - approx $300
Wild Country Friends
Sizes 1, 1.5 x 2, 2.5, 3 - total of 5 all with individual quickdraws

Total Value of goods $520 on nearest offer

if you are looking for your first time trad rack then this would be an ideal starter package or maybe you are looking to add to your current rack.

all items are based in Greensborough, Melbourne

All items are PICK UP ONLY

Would prefer to sell as a complete package other wise happy to sell cams & Nuts as complete sets

photo's of items can be emailed directly to any interested party. please email me to advise if photos required and what gear you wish to view

please email me to advise if you wish to purchase and include a contact number so that sale details can be arranged

best regards,

James
pbudi
14/01/2013
1:33:09 PM
Hi James
I may be interested in the nuts, and I don't live too far from Greensborough. PM me and we can arrange a time to meet.
Peter
Bam Bam
15/01/2013
8:40:33 PM
PM me if you are willing to part with the 2.5 cam. only one i need.

cheers
pomyrocks
19/01/2013
3:21:48 PM
Hi Guys, just to give you an update:

All the nuts have been sold. remaining items are:

all cams

BD Hex

Rack Harness

please PM me a phone number if you are interested. would prefer to sell all the cams as a package.

cheers,

james
pomyrocks
31/01/2013
6:58:42 PM
Heh Folks just a quick update to advise that the Cams and Gear Sling are still available to anyone. please email asap if you are interested in buying these items.

anyone looking to start a trad rack... this is a prime time to grab some cheap gear in excellent condition.

cheers,

james
Soz
31/01/2013
9:03:31 PM
Hi James,
How old are the cams? Are they rigid stem? And what condition are they in? Pics would be great please
Thanks
pomyrocks
1/02/2013
12:48:20 PM
The Cams are Wild Country Technical Friends which means flexible stems. The cams are a couple of years old and have been kept in great condition... stored away from direct sunlight and in dry conditions. i will take some pics tonight and email them to you

cheers,

james
One Day Hero
1/02/2013
1:17:22 PM
There's at least 3 generations of tech friends. The first ones didn't have the plastic stem guard thing, and were fuching terrible. Then they added the plastic thing (bit better), then they put machined cam stops on and changed to dyneema slings (much better). The new new version with the cable loop at the end look better again........so your little snark about how "tech friends mean flexible" is missing the point of the question.

Also, don't pay this dude $60 bucks each for used cams when you can mail order brand new ones from the U.S. at that price!
Wendy
1/02/2013
2:08:37 PM
you can get brand new camalots or mastercams in Oz for $60. Have a look at Rockhardware or climbinganchors.com. Im not sure people have really clicked onto the changed value of gear these days. You might have bought them for$120 a few years ago, but prices have plummeted.

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