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Jun 18, 2012
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I'll concede that I use the smaller 3 of the set more, but I've used all the sizes plenty of times. Jake Jones
From Richmond, VA
Joined Jul 30, 2011
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Jun 18, 2012
I have used two two biggest sized offsets a few times, not as often as the smaller sizes though.

Ended up passing on the wallnuts and getting a set of DMM brass IMP's.
My passive rack now consists of:

BD stoppers
DMM alloy offsets
DMM pea nuts
DMM torque hex's
DMM IMP brass nuts
Viamont wired tricams

I think that will do.
jasoncm
Joined May 30, 2012
31 points
Jun 18, 2012
When I was in Yosemite last month, I had a double set of BD stoppers and a full set of Wallnuts. I found myself using the BD stopper way more often, simply because they fit the cracks better on the climbs I was doing. This is nothing earth-shattering, just reaffirmation that the correct nut depends on where and what you climb. Linnaeus
From New England/ Baltimore
Joined Aug 22, 2011
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Jun 23, 2012
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Matt N wrote:
On the topic of the offset alloys - my largest size is the red and I was wondering how often you guys place the larger grey or blue? I place the red a decent amount, but those other ones seem pretty big for an offset to be used often.



I still own a set of HB offsets (no anodized colors). I use the largest three here in NH constantly...tons of applications for them here in New England in these funky granite cracks. The Wallnuts are my second favorite set of nuts.
Chris Graham
From Bartlett, NH
Joined Jun 25, 2008
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