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Crack isn't what it use to be.


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Nate Doyle · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 10

Tim McGivern · · Medford, ma · Joined Feb 2012 · Points: 9,455

I wonder if the angle can be changed?

Some stone tiles would step it up a notch!

Nate Doyle · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 10
Tim McGivern wrote:

I wonder if the angle can be changed?

Some stone tiles would step it up a notch!

Version 4000? 

I was also wondering if what ever they're turning back there could be added to the top as well. That way the cracks could start wide then finish out thin or vice versa.

Nick Votto · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jul 2008 · Points: 320

Sweet simulator...hope these guys had a copyright release from Fat Freddy's Drop for this! 

Ted Pinson · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jul 2014 · Points: 190

Awesome!  I really wish I had the space and/or knowledge to build one of those.  Incidentally, has anyone tried downclimbing cracks?  It's f'ing hard!

Benjamin Schneider · · South Hamlintownburg, NH · Joined Jul 2016 · Points: 75
Nate Doyle wrote:

Not sure if it's you in the video, but if so please post plans for this thing!!!

Guy H. · · Fort Collins CO · Joined Jan 2001 · Points: 7,306

Yeah, we get it... You all can do a one arm pull-up.

Nate Doyle · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 10
Nick Votto wrote:

Sweet simulator...hope these guys had a copyright release from Fat Freddy's Drop for this! 

Nick, you know perfectly well that everything on YT is legit.

Nate Doyle · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 10
Benjamin Schneider wrote:

Not sure if it's you in the video, but if so please post plans for this thing!!!

Nope. Not me. If I wanted to train for Yosemite crack I'd probabaly just drive there. 

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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