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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

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can you name the locked project?
mikllaw
23/04/2013
12:24:23 PM


PS It's no longer locked, the boltplate and padlocks lifted straight off the bolt.

BundyBear
23/04/2013
12:37:44 PM
JC ??
mikllaw
23/04/2013
3:49:14 PM
what's JC? Is he still on a cross?

MisterGribble
23/04/2013
3:56:21 PM
Introductory Route, Mt Arapiles ?

BundyBear
23/04/2013
4:34:41 PM
Jaded Cravings - The Cathedral (in the Shire)
technogeekery
23/04/2013
5:14:38 PM
a lot of stuff at the Cathedral has that same green tinge...

Macciza
23/04/2013
5:53:33 PM
Do padlocks work well on rings? Or do they end up cost prohibitive compared to using bolts? I wonder . . .

ashfall tuff
23/04/2013
6:56:21 PM
escape of a chockstone troll

ashfall tuff
23/04/2013
7:26:44 PM
'escaping a chockstone troll'.......... those faerie's they tend to stutter a bit
One Day Hero
23/04/2013
7:46:52 PM
Hi ashfall, hitting the piss tonight, eh?

Duang Daunk
23/04/2013
8:05:55 PM
On 23/04/2013 ashfall tuff wrote:
>escape of a chockstone troll
then followed up with
>'escaping a chockstone troll'.......... those faerie's they tend to stutter a bit

I know about the Natimuk Bolting Fairys, but I think they are different to the Kaputar ones based on their works.

Ashfall tuff
23/04/2013
9:04:18 PM
'how to wake a troll 101'

... the piss is not flowing quite as freely like on the top-outs of some climbs down your way, eh ODH.

our faeries eat raw meat for brekkie up here

mattbrooks
24/04/2013
9:49:13 AM
Mikl, it looks like one of those puzzles you buy in the shops!

Duang Daunk
24/04/2013
9:02:27 PM
On 23/04/2013 mikllaw wrote:
>PS It's no longer locked, the boltplate and padlocks lifted straight off the bolt.

After the nut securing them was undone?
mikllaw
25/04/2013
8:11:28 AM
No, lifted straight off, like a boltplate with a skinny biner lifts straight off.

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