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BOUGHT small cams
technogeekery
18/06/2013
6:26:11 PM
Anyone got some small cams in good nick that they don't use? After Metolius Mastercam or TCU sizes 1-4.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
18/06/2013
6:39:27 PM
On 18/06/2013 technogeekery wrote:
>Anyone got some small cams in good nick that they don't use? After Metolius
>Mastercam or TCU sizes 1-4.

I have some old hex-head machine nuts in that size I can loan you...
;-)
Wendy
19/06/2013
8:58:13 AM
i have the two smallest flexi friends that I don't use. They probably need reslinging as they are from the 90s. other than that, they work fine, i just like my aliens and c3/4s better. I've used them for projecting a bit, and they certainly hold. I can take some photos later if you like.
technogeekery
19/06/2013
9:42:32 AM
M9 - you can out-old-school just about anyone here... but I still have and use some nuts & hexes I bought second hand in 1981, and only just retired my last two original Friends :-)

Wendy - thanks for that. I just cleaned up my rack of older and odd-job cams, and want to standardise my smaller cams. Have Mastercam 0 & 00 and like them very much, so I'm very specifically looking for Mastercams or Ultralight TCUs in size 1-4 in decent nick. I'll probably end up buying new over a couple of months, but thought I'd try the Chocky group first.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19/06/2013
10:30:16 AM
On 19/06/2013 technogeekery wrote:
>M9 - you can out-old-school just about anyone here... but I still have
>and use some nuts & hexes I bought second hand in 1981, and only just retired
>my last two original Friends :-)
>
You will never attain true status of the high calling by doing things like that glasshopper...
Take time to be as one with your rigid stems, present them to the stone lovingly and all will be revealed...
;-)
technogeekery
19/06/2013
1:42:19 PM
as I get older and more rigid in my way, i find i need more flexibility in my friends...

Duang Daunk
19/06/2013
3:05:23 PM
On 19/06/2013 technogeekery wrote:
>as I get older and more rigid in my way, i find i need more flexibility in my friends...

I am glad I am not a female climbing partner of yours because yoga positions don't suit me well.

M9, get over it, and move with the times.
technogeekery
2/07/2013
7:59:09 PM
Got a set of 6x TCUs + Nano biners (of course they are colour coded...) in very good used condition for $240 delivered - pretty happy with that.

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