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Chockstone Forum - For Sale

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

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wanted: big cams
hughsut
30/04/2009
10:54:30 AM
My rack only goes up to #4.5 camalot (older, red) and that isn't big enough. Every piece of gear on everybodys rack is for sale; it's just a matter of price. How much will I have to pay for the likes of a used #6 friend or camalot?

Superstu
30/04/2009
11:13:44 AM
If its barely been used, then I reckon 3/4 the current shop price.
If its been used a bit but good condition, then maybe 1/2 the current shop price.
If its been trashed then don't buy it.



hughsut
30/04/2009
11:56:02 AM
Does anyone have any for sale?

How much do you want?

#5 or larger.

Cash upon inspection; presently I live in the blue mountains.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
30/04/2009
12:27:06 PM
>isn't big enough

Go for big-bro's!

Packing cams out with wooden wedges is an option for a one off route.

Purpose cut 4x2 (poor mans big-bros), is another option depending on how many are required as they are weighty!

... Donchahavanymates that you can borrow off for a special project? ~> Looking to buy, indicates to me that you are in for the long haul !

WM
30/04/2009
1:40:07 PM
On 30/04/2009 hughsut wrote:
>My rack only goes up to #4.5 camalot (older, red) and that isn't big enough.

thats the biggest gear I own and I almost never use it, and never want anything bigger ... are you an offwidth junkie or something?!
Wendy
30/04/2009
1:43:56 PM
I love my big gear ... but I'm definately not parting with it. I only have 2 pieces bigger than 4.5 camalot anyway and I seem to have misplaced one of them. Probably lent out and didn't come home.

Think you might have to suck it up and buy it new - those of us who actually own big gear do actually use it.
ademmert
30/04/2009
2:00:09 PM
mmm Big gear.... mmm big cracks....... what could be better!!!

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