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By the way I think its refreshing that these guys came on here and started offering to replace peoples gear AS A FIRST REACTION. It says alot about there integrity. I will surely buy their products when the need arises in the future.
Jan 4, 2013
Me on Supercrack
ClimbtechGear wrote:
yeap, wavebolts are almost done, making a BUNCH, so let me know. also, we have SS double ring anchors in stock. excuse the terrible photos but you guys get to hear about it first.



Hope you're making them LONG! It would be a shame to make a glue-in that works great for bad rock a paltry 4" long, 6" would be real nice for the choss I'm working with.

I've Jugged a few pitches with my new climb tech ascenders, should I review them here or start a new thread?
MTKirk
From Billings, MT
Joined Dec 20, 2011
280 points
Jan 4, 2013
Grande Grotto
MTKirk wrote:
Hope you're making them LONG! It would be a shame to make a glue-in that works great for bad rock a paltry 4" long, 6" would be real nice for the choss I'm working with. I've Jugged a few pitches with my new climb tech ascenders, should I review them here or start a new thread?


4in is pretty standard for all but the softest rock but yeah, a 6in option would be nice for sandstone
mattm
From TX
Joined Jun 2, 2006
1,238 points
Jan 4, 2013
Me on Supercrack
mattm wrote:
4in is pretty standard for all but the softest rock but yeah, a 6in option would be nice for sandstone



Seems to me the softest rock is EXACTLY where you'd want to use a glue in the first place.
MTKirk
From Billings, MT
Joined Dec 20, 2011
280 points
Jan 7, 2013
Climbing at the Gallery in Red Rocks
ClimbtechGear wrote:
yeap, wavebolts are almost done, making a BUNCH, so let me know. also, we have SS double ring anchors in stock. excuse the terrible photos but you guys get to hear about it first.


I'm just curious about if you have ever considered just selling a stainless ring. Personally I'm not a huge fan of double ring anchors because you have to replace the whole assembly when it wears out instead of just the bottom ring. I prefer to just put a single stainless ring on a bolt hanger with a stainless quick-link, so I'd be interested in a stainless ring if you could produce one and sell it for less than the fixe.
kennoyce
From Layton, UT
Joined Aug 12, 2010
1,504 points
Jan 7, 2013
sure, no problem there. i'll do it.

we're also sourcing mussy style hooks for anchors on overhanging routes.
Chris Vinson
Joined Jul 9, 2012
67 points
Jan 7, 2013
ClimbtechGear wrote:
sure, no problem there. i'll do it. we're also sourcing mussy style hooks for anchors on overhanging routes.


you guys are awesome. thanks so much.
John Wilder
From Las Vegas, NV
Joined Feb 1, 2004
2,395 points
Jan 11, 2013
Climbing at the Gallery in Red Rocks
John Wilder wrote:
you guys are awesome. thanks so much.


+1000

Climb Tech seriously rocks. So far I've only used their stainless bolt hangers (which are awesome btw), but I plan to purchase other gear from them in the future as I need it.
kennoyce
From Layton, UT
Joined Aug 12, 2010
1,504 points


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