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Woodie and Uncarved Block Holds For Sale

RealsaZ
12/03/2013
2:17:55 PM
Freestanding Woodie with $300+ of uncarved block holds.



This woodie fits comfortably in a double garage. It has storage behind it that runs the full width of the woodie. The elevated base allows for longer climb up the 3 panels to the 4th panel, which is completely horizontal. I have two queen sized mattresses under this woodie which are included in the sale. (the camp mattress in this photo is not one of the included mattresses)

I have moved into an apartment and hence I no longer have room to keep this climb wall. It is currently still assembled, but will need to be disassembled for transport. It is located in Victoria.

Make me an offer..

plumb-bob
12/03/2013
4:15:35 PM
You might want to provide a little more info about the location. Victoria is a pretty big place, even for a small state...

RealsaZ
12/03/2013
5:04:00 PM
It is in Pakenham currently.
gfdonc
12/03/2013
5:50:16 PM
Saz,
PM'd you.

RealsaZ
12/03/2013
11:10:21 PM
A few people have asked dimensions, I'm still waiting on exact measurements, but from memory.

Upright Poles: 2.4m
Panels: 1.2x2.4m
Angle: 45-50degree 3 panels, then a horizontal roof

Roof Panel: Complete with t-nuts in a symmetrical pattern
Angled Panels: Bought second hand, random pattern, not all holes have t-nuts inserted but I do have a plastic tub of spare t-nuts.

Holds: I will endeavour to count these and take a better photo as I have more than what is on the wall in the photo.
Llewg
13/03/2013
1:24:12 PM
Hey RealsaZ, how stable is this kind of free standing design? like in terms of ricketing around while you're climbing.
One Day Hero
13/03/2013
1:41:54 PM
If the top of the wall isn't braced to the ceiling, I reckon it would be about as rigid as a tub of jelly sitting in the sun.........i.e. flubberwoody!

Must be tricky remembering the problems with so many holds on the thing ;)

RealsaZ
13/03/2013
6:32:06 PM
Hi Llewg, despite One day Hero's opinion, the structure does not move at all when I climb on it. Anyone interested in the wall is more than welcome to try it before purchase.


RealsaZ
15/03/2013
5:53:55 PM
Hi Cliff, I'm waiting on my ex to count and photograph the holds, as I no longer reside where the wall is located. Sorry that it is taking a while.
ben M
7/05/2013
12:21:09 PM
Are you willing to sell the holds seperatly?

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