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This was one of the anchor bolts!  When taking into account the washers and chain, the stud was in the stone about 1/2".  However I am sure the silicon had some adhesive value:)<br>
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The anchor has been replaced courtesy of ASCA.
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Lynn S
Jun 10, 2010
This was one of the anchor bolts! When taking into account the washers and chain, the stud was in the stone about 1/2". However I am sure the silicon had some adhesive value:)

The anchor has been replaced courtesy of ASCA.  
M Sprague
New England
M Sprague   New England  
Another reason why I like to put up and climb my own routes. Oct 4, 2011
Tony B
Around Boulder, CO
Tony B   Around Boulder, CO
That's awful!
Looks like the area activists need to go investigate other anchors by " W. Peterson & L. Hadfield" placed around 1992. Oct 5, 2011
BJ Sbarra
Carbondale, CO
BJ Sbarra   Carbondale, CO
To answer Mike's question, it was screwed into a sleeve which was somehow installed into the rock. Couldn't really tell what was holding the sleeve in place. Magic maybe? Oct 5, 2011

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