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Bolt plate info
davepalethorpe
2-Mar-2010
4:07:37 PM
I finally got around to buying some bolt plates so I didn't have to keep borrowing them, and thought I would share some info. I ended up buying 15 of them from Climbing Anchors Australia http://www.climbinganchors.com.au as they were only $4.99 for the PFH 2000kg ones (both 45 and 90 degrees were the same price). Plus postage was only $5.50, and they arrived in a few days. All in all a very good service, and the cheapest price I could find.

I have bought some gear from rock hardware before, but their price was $5.50 for 90 degree, and $6.00 for 45 degree, plus postage is a minimum $12.

If anyone knows where to get them cheaper I don't particularly want to know now...but someone else who reads this thread might!

Cheers

Dave

ajfclark
2-Mar-2010
4:35:32 PM
I picked up some PFH hangers from Mountain Designs (Melb. CBD) for $4.90 each... That was 2008 though...

MonkeyBoy
2-Mar-2010
4:50:41 PM
Mountain Designs and Mountain Equipment in Sydney have both recently been out of stock - Just ended up ordering a few more from rock hardware when I ordered a few other bits and pieces

timfreddo
2-Mar-2010
5:10:28 PM
Take a climbing trip to the Bluies (unless you already live here).
Free bolt plates galore, just head out to the bottom of Mirrorball or Hotel Cal at Pierces, or sweet dreams/Whimper at Leura. Many bolt plates to be had.
SummitSlag
3-Mar-2010
2:58:37 AM
Shhhh those are my booty hunting spots...
olbert
3-Mar-2010
11:29:45 AM
Bunny Bucket Buttress used to be prime hunting grounds but now some official has stopped booty hunting in that area!

Note: A big thanks to Mikl for ringbolting it, it must have been a big effort
widewetandslippery
3-Mar-2010
11:37:07 AM
You're going to be popular to climb with, 15 new hangers to accidently be left in a chalk bag.
davepalethorpe
3-Mar-2010
4:00:13 PM
On 2/03/2010 timfreddo wrote:
>Take a climbing trip to the Bluies (unless you already live here).
>Free bolt plates galore, just head out to the bottom of Mirrorball or
>Hotel Cal at Pierces, or sweet dreams/Whimper at Leura. Many bolt plates
>to be had.

Now I know why they were so cheap...!

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