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Jul 2, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Bouldering in Morocco.
I was climbing Diagonal at combat rock after work and thought I totally was gonna booty a bd c4 #1. When I got to the piece it was mega stuck and it look liked it was smashed with a tire iron, and someone used a screwdriver to try to pry it out. This caused the outer lobes to bend almost 90 degrees. Boy did we have a laugh when we saw that shit. No picture, but it made me think of starting a thread dedicated to screwed up gear. Ryan-Nelson
From Fort Collins, CO
Joined Sep 22, 2010
820 points
Jul 2, 2013
Every fixed link cam I have ever seen has looked like someone tried to use it as a piton DannyUncanny
From Vancouver
Joined Aug 27, 2010
78 points
Jul 2, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Rock Wars, RRG, 2008
Yep, I recall an old #2 original solid stem Friend bashed,smashed and prodded at in order to gain booty. It was jammed hopelessly downward into a vertical crack from above, left as a top rope anchor at Devils Lake years ago. Tried to retrieve it for years too, but just saw it get more bashed and bent out of shape over time. Woodchuck ATC
Joined Nov 29, 2007
3,099 points
Jul 3, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: blah
I will get pictures the next time I head out to Cerberus in zion but there are a lot of stuck link cams out there that are hammered and a really hilariously mangeled ustem camalot. The links are Funny as they are the gold two size crammed into a .5. I do not remember the last time I tried to protect ring locks with a two... Rob Warden, Space Lizard
From Springdale Ut
Joined Dec 19, 2011
113 points
Jul 3, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Pano of Choas in the P2 crux. Undercling-high-step...
Rock Climbing Photo: Broke carabiner on Waverly Waster
Broke carabiner on Waverly Waster


Not a cam, but still gear. Broke this carabiner on Waverly Waster at Looking Glass. The carabiner was attached to a fixed cable draw in the middle of the crux traverse. I fell from near the anchors, broke the biner and continued the pendulum to the next piece at the beginning of the traverse about 20' to the left. The swing was very wild and took several pendulum's before I could touch the wall without twirling. Luckily the wall is just slightly overhanging that I didn't clip anything in the fall. The cable draw was later fixed by rotating it 90 degrees to avoid an incident like this again. Exciting to say the least.
TomCaldwell
From Clemson, S.C.
Joined Jun 2, 2009
2,692 points
Jul 22, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Me at the summit of Inner Course (5.4) in the Outl...
Is this mangled enough for ya'?

"Booty" nut cleaned off of the last pitch of Wrist in the Gunks.


Rock Climbing Photo: Gunks "booty"
Gunks "booty"
KathyS
From Poughkeepsie, NY
Joined Nov 16, 2007
137 points
Jul 22, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Rock Wars, RRG, 2008
anybody have pics of those biners they left in front of Miguels last year? The ones almost worn through by sand filled corrosive ropes going over the quickdraw lower biner? They were razor sharp, besides worn over half way through the body of the carabiner. Awesome to see and feel that sharp edge. Woodchuck ATC
Joined Nov 29, 2007
3,099 points
Jul 22, 2013
Anyone seen the gear from 2010 at the Jenny Lake Ranger Station...it's so "mutilated" I don't think it's aluminum anymore.
Rock Climbing Photo: 2010
2010


Rock Climbing Photo: 2010
2010
Matthew J. Murphy
Joined Apr 22, 2011
37 points
Jul 23, 2013
ive wrecked a few more ... but these are the ones ive taken photos off ... all got mangled on WHIPPAHS !!!

Rock Climbing Photo: blown purple tcu
blown purple tcu


Rock Climbing Photo: dmm brass offset
dmm brass offset


this one still holds whippahs ... you decide if its "mangled"

Rock Climbing Photo: green peanut
green peanut


;)
bearbreeder
Joined Mar 1, 2009
2,943 points
Jul 29, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: Bouldering in Morocco.
Rock Climbing Photo: placed my totem behind a large flake. Didn't think...
placed my totem behind a large flake. Didn't think it would flex, if I fell.


This is why you don't set cams behind flakes
Ryan-Nelson
From Fort Collins, CO
Joined Sep 22, 2010
820 points
Jul 29, 2013
Aye mate


Rock Climbing Photo: Mutilated gear
Mutilated gear
Tyler Tylerson
From The Swamp
Joined Jul 29, 2013
22 points
Jul 30, 2013
^--------you know what grinds my gears?...............

That looks like my gears after driving home on the freeway.
ian watson
From Albuquerque, NM
Joined Apr 27, 2010
275 points
Aug 6, 2013
Rock Climbing Photo: gg
Rock Climbing Photo: Still good? Sure - Put it on your Indian Creek rac...
Still good? Sure - Put it on your Indian Creek rack.


This was one of several fixed cams on 'Handcracker Direct'.
I hammered and hack-sawed it out.
Gregger Man
Joined Aug 15, 2004
978 points


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