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xarvia
16/05/2011
8:57:12 PM
UPDATED: ropes, rocpec, tricams and Camalots all sold

I bought a pile of new climbing gear and shortly after our daughter was born and that ended my climbing career! So here's some mint climbing gear for sale.

Black Diamond Camalot C4 -- Never ever used!
#3 50-87mm Unused $80
#4 66-114mm Unused $100

Or $170 for both.

The gear is located in Hobart. I will post at buyers expense.
Send me an email or call after hours on (03) 62391727
skegly
17/05/2011
7:40:53 AM
Howdy,
Could you post some pics please.
Cheers
xarvia
17/05/2011
9:00:59 AM
I'll try and take some tonight. Anything in particular you are interested in?
egosan
17/05/2011
10:53:22 AM
Sent a PM

shortman
17/05/2011
11:23:42 AM
I got dibs on the drill Sol! :)
egosan
17/05/2011
6:39:20 PM
On 17/05/2011 shortman wrote:
>I got dibs on the drill Sol! :)

Bastard!

shortman
17/05/2011
7:05:55 PM
On 17/05/2011 egosan wrote:
>On 17/05/2011 shortman wrote:
>>I got dibs on the drill Sol! :)
>
>Bastard!

But in following the long held tradition of climber camaraderie you are welcome to borrow it for your next big bolting project.

Two drills is always better than just one.



Sturge
17/05/2011
7:06:04 PM
Sent you a PM

miguel75
17/05/2011
10:33:23 PM
On 17/05/2011 egosan wrote:
>On 17/05/2011 shortman wrote:
>>I got dibs on the drill Sol! :)
>
>Bastard!

Apologies for raining on your parades my esteemed colleagues, though it seems I was lucky enough to get in first and have purchased said drill from Klaas.

I have a need to add random bolts to a number of climbs so I can hang my ledge. I figure if I bolt on lead, climbs under 10, I should be safe from community ostracism;) Either that or I'll just bolt a traverse to the side of my house...

Like Dan, I am happy to share.
One Day Hero
17/05/2011
11:14:02 PM
On 17/05/2011 miguel75 wrote:
>
>Apologies for raining on your parades my esteemed colleagues, though it
>seems I was lucky enough to get in first and have purchased said drill
>from Klaas.
>
You paid money for a hand drill?!? I thought you were a Mormon miguel, not freakin' Amish!

Before you get back in that horse-drawn buggy, allow me to say two short words; Lithium.........Ion

shortman
17/05/2011
11:22:56 PM
U beat me to it ODH.

A power drill would fit nicely on your rack Mike. Just leave the 4 extra number 5's and 6's at home and make do with 2 of each. U will hardly notice the weight then.

Just tap it in, tap, tap, tappy.
xarvia
17/05/2011
11:25:17 PM
Now, now, that's no way to treat a paying customer! :-)

And really, in all fairness, bolts really should be placed by hand on lead. ;-) Once you get the drill in a few mm you can even clip into it (apparently).


Miguel75
17/05/2011
11:51:45 PM
On 17/05/2011 One Day Hero wrote:
>You paid money for a hand drill?!? I thought you were a Mormon miguel,
>not freakin' Amish!
>
>Before you get back in that horse-drawn buggy, allow me to say two short
>words; Lithium.........Ion

Good to have you back ODH. All the recent talk of bolting has keenified my desire to bolt the daylights out of something. I figure I'll whack a few bolts in the rocks in my backyard, realize it takes more energy than I posses and then slink off to pursue other worthy endeavors, like world peace... And carpentry!!!

miguel75
18/05/2011
8:06:42 AM
On 17/05/2011 shortman wrote:
>Just tap it in, tap, tap, tappy.

Too true Dan. All you need, as the great sage Happy Gilmore said, is to "Tap, tap, taparoo!"
grangrump
19/05/2011
1:13:22 PM
On 16/05/2011 xarvia wrote:
>Black Diamond Camalot C4 -- Never ever used!
>#3 50-87mm Unused $100
>#4 66-114mm Unused $120
Just note that Rock Hardware (who pays for this site: 'Shop' icon on left) has new
Black Diamond Camelot C4 - Size 4 - Gray - 14kN $120.00
xarvia
20/05/2011
11:53:30 AM
Yeah, got the price a bit wrong on the #3 and #4. Repriced now.

miguel75
24/05/2011
6:07:53 PM
Thanks Klaas, the drill arrived and I'm very excited. Now all I need is a hammer....
skegly
24/05/2011
7:25:59 PM
I sent you a PM Cheers
skegly
2/06/2011
4:28:30 PM
Thanks heaps the Cams are as new and very fine!!

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