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Is the Nut Museum Page Still Around?

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Adam Volwiler · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2011 · Points: 189

Just wondered if the Nut Museum page was still up and functional? All of the links I can find send me to a "page not found" on Needle Sports website. I sure hope its just a minor hiccup and the page will be back up soon.

Roots · · Wherever I am · Joined Dec 2010 · Points: 20

Hmmmmm, the museum is too big to fail!

Former Climber · · PA · Joined Jun 2019 · Points: 2

Been that way a while.  Had found links that still worked a couple weeks back, but can’t seem to find them again.

FWIW, Stéphane is here on MP as username NutStory IIRC, so easy enough to drop him a line.  Really nice guy.  

Adam Volwiler · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2011 · Points: 189

Thanks for the reply. I love looking through his page and learning about the old climbing gear. I recently got a couple of really cool old pieces of gear and wanted to learn more about the history and I couldn't find the page. I've found plenty of info on the Lowe Cam Nut but the Half friends stamped with an SB are a bit more difficult to get a history of. I remember reading about the Steve Byrne but I thought he designed the TCU. I'll have to send Stephane a message and get things cleared up.

Clint Cummins · · Palo Alto, CA · Joined Jan 2007 · Points: 1,170

I noticed this as well.
Here's a link to a 2015 version on archive.org :
https://tinyurl.com/y25r2wzf​​​

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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