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Fluid Mechanic 

Hueco: V9 Font: 7C

Type:  Boulder, 15'
Consensus:  Hueco: V9+ Font: 7C [details]
Season: low water
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Submitted By: Scott Hahn on Feb 9, 2007
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Luke Childers on "Fluid Mechanic." C.C.C. The New...


Starts on a big flat hold on the far left side of the cave. Same Finish as for Dark Waters.


Underneath Sonic Youth.



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Luke Childers trying to stay Mechanically Fluid for the powerful last moves leading to the long committing power throw which exposes you out over creek!!!!  Miss the jug toss... and you fall in the drink....
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By Joshua Dreher
From: Bremerton, WA
Apr 4, 2007

Laminar or turbulent....

By Luke Childers
Sep 27, 2009

Almost sent this line today, but the finish is still guarded by a nasty fall into the creek. When the water is low enough, I'm coming back for this hog. Good powerful moves.

By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Dec 22, 2009
rating: V9 7C

This problem has been chipped. The exit now has a large left hand crimp that makes the exit substantially easier. Sad. I wish people would leave established problems alone.

By Justin Edl
Jan 28, 2010

Where is the chipped hold?

By tcamillieri
From: Denver
Mar 18, 2010
rating: V9 7C

Um, like I said. It was on the prow. It had been filled in.