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Woodies 24-Aug-2006 At 12:20:24 PM Goodvibes
On 24/08/2006 One Day Hero wrote:
>Seriously, lean that thing over at least fifteen degrees, it's not too

Too right. You will very soon wish you had done it and it is always more of a hassle later. 15 degress is good to start with, anything just so long as it is not vertical. Don't forget that the steeper it is the longer it can be as well. Sure the vert wall maybe the most space efficient but in terms of training it is of limited long term value.

Very tidy workmanship though, just like mine ha ha, not.

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