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Reverso rigged for lowering of the second
Mojave Max
Painted Bolt
Id# 105922741, 700 x 616px View full size
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By Josh Audrey
Mar 8, 2007

where was this?

By Dan Dalton
From: Boulder, CO
Jun 29, 2007

Is this common? Is it a way to spot the bolt while on route? Seems a little excesive to me!


From: Eldorado Springs, CO
Oct 26, 2007

Looks like a clear sign of color blindness to me.

By sqwirll
From: Las Vegas
Mar 20, 2008

No, it's just camoflauged in nicely with the surrounding rock.

By John Hegyes
From: Las Vegas, NV
Mar 17, 2009

No it's not.

By Daryl Allan
From: Sierra Vista, AZ
Apr 23, 2009

There's a bolt? Daaang, i nearly missed it; good job there da Vinci!

By percious
From: Bear Creek, CO
Jul 24, 2009

Obviously there is no need for a bolt here with the cam placement in that seam below. Freaking sportos.

By joshf
From: missoula, mt
Nov 19, 2009

right there with you percious, i actually manufacture my own nuts using threads of my hair and small sections of duct tap i cut under a microscope at work...bomber in a crack like that!

By Zappatista
Oct 10, 2012

20 points for spray painting directly on the rock without using a template or making tape to keep paint off the rock.

100 points for using carbon bolts with stainless hanger, this is classic setup for galvanic corrosion, if you don't believe me go climb at the stone wall sometime.

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Painted Bolt

Submitted By: John Hegyes on Feb 22, 2007
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