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I wish this crack was cheap and plentiful...

Miguel75
12/10/2012
9:55:31 AM
This looks set up looks pretty groovy, though not as cheap or plentiful as I'd like:(

http://www.cracksystems.com/

shortman
12/10/2012
1:19:52 PM
I want one for work.

Speaking of which Miguel75, we just had 4 trucks rock up to my work because some demo nuffy clipped a sprinkler head....was so hoping that you were gonna jump outta....but no, you were not there!

phillipivan
12/10/2012
1:29:00 PM
Shipping from San Diego is likely prohibitive.

davidn
12/10/2012
2:20:36 PM
Didn't even look at the price, but I'd guess it's pretty expensive for a setup which can't change angle or size. Slabby cracks? Nope. Overhung cracks? Nope. Offwidth? Sorry, what you see is what you get...

Miguel75
12/10/2012
4:21:43 PM
You my see me soon as I'm transferring to station 1, just next to the big Cathedral.


On 12/10/2012 shortman wrote:
>I want one for work.
>
>Speaking of which Miguel75, we just had 4 trucks rock up to my work because
>some demo nuffy clipped a sprinkler head....was so hoping that you were
>gonna jump outta....but no, you were not there!
>

shortman
12/10/2012
6:56:12 PM
Na, its station 3, Carlton, that serves my end of town. I vote for a transfer Miguel.

Miguel75
12/10/2012
7:02:05 PM
I want Richmond as they have an AME (?) wall out the back...

shortman
12/10/2012
7:04:00 PM
Yeah that would be the goods.

Duang Daunk
12/10/2012
9:18:26 PM
On 12/10/2012 davidn wrote:
>Didn't even look at the price, but I'd guess it's pretty expensive for
>a setup which can't change angle or size. Slabby cracks? Nope. Overhung
>cracks? Nope. Offwidth? Sorry, what you see is what you get...

but still better than bouldering in a chookshed?

Miguel75
12/10/2012
9:52:07 PM
On 12/10/2012 phillipivan wrote:
>Shipping from San Diego is likely prohibitive.

True though importation could make for a pretty fun customs declaration; 'Yes sir, the form is correct. I have 2.7 tons of synthetic rock and crack in this container. Yes sir I do plan to sell it and hopefully turn a profit!'

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