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Free woody panels
Cam McKenzie
4:25:13 PM
I have a woody setup in Clifton Hill which is not much use to me (as I live in Hobart), so I'm offering up the T-Nutted panels for anyone that's keen to turn up and strip it from its current location. All the hardwood framing's yours to take as well.

The panels are all 19mm ply. 4 are full sized (2400mm x 1200m), and there are a few other odd shaped ones (It's currently configured as a 30 degree wall and a 15 degree wall with a cornery arete thing in between).

Only deal is that you help dismantle it, and you take the lot (you can probably leave the frame if that's not of any use).

Will attach pics if there's interest.

Reply here, or drop me a PM if you're interested.
5:28:49 PM
I will happy take them off your hand
Will pm you

7:41:54 AM
Is this the one @ Anthony's place?
Cam McKenzie
9:39:11 AM
Yep, end of an era. Having said that I'm not sure if Grizz ever pulled onto the thing.

9:44:59 AM
On 23/10/2013 Cam McKenzie wrote:
>Yep, end of an era. Having said that I'm not sure if Grizz ever pulled
>onto the thing.

Sol lived with Anthony for the better part of year and neither of them did anything with it. I got a bit tipsy and set a problem with wooden holds at a party one night. Climbed it once and that was it, ;)
Cam McKenzie
10:35:57 AM
Inspiring stuff from the lads. Hopefully Paul gets more use out of it.
Cam McKenzie
9:07:50 AM
Right, Paul's got first dibs on the Woody panels, followed by Adrian and Evan.
9:15:35 AM
Yeah, bummer I was too slow.
Out of interest Cam how high was that wall?
Cam McKenzie
11:07:04 AM
Bummer indeed. I should have put a price on it with all this interest! Anyway, good to see it going to a good home.

The 30 degree wall was about 4m hight I think, the 15 degree wall a bit less.

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