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Don't read this if you don't want the gear beta.  Bomber rack for GB Left. Blue offset is equalized with the thin wire.  The green cam goes in the horizontal with the TCU. This is the order except that the gold wallnut goes in after the equalized stoppers and before the green camalot.
John,if you landed on your head as many times as I have you would look like a dwarf too.  I am not a good role model as I never wear a helmet.  After smacking my head hard once I decided to wear one for this route.  <div style='padding:10px 0;'><iframe id='ytplayer' type='text/html' width='450' height='300' src='http://www.youtube.com/embed/cP_rmd7JicI?autoplay=0&origin=<a href='http://www.mountainproject.com&modestbranding=1'' >www.mountainproject.com&modestbranding=1'</a> frameborder='0'></iframe></div>
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David Merin on the first redpoint of this climb using nothing but trad gear.  He skipped the four bolts and you can spot one if you look close.
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By Michael Sokoloff
From: Spokane, WA
Dec 29, 2009

Nice work! That line looks amazing. I've lived in Flagstaff for more than 3-years now and still have not been to Tucson. I really need to get there.

By Chelsea Cook
Dec 30, 2009

Watching David and Eric work this climb is an experience in and of itself. It's such a beautiful climb!

By Geir
From: Tucson, AZ
Dec 31, 2009

i agree, the line is striking!!

By Hank Caylor
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From: Golden, CO
Feb 27, 2010

His buttocks are sublime!

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David Merin on the first redpoint of this climb using nothing but trad gear. He skipped the four bolts and you can spot one if you look close.

Submitted By: 1Eric Rhicard on Dec 28, 2009
On this route:
Golden Beaver Left (5.13- 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E7 6c )
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