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By Drewsky
Dec 28, 2008
The piton is fairly solid and the bolt is close enough that if you were to pull the piton during a fall you would still be fine.
By Gabe S
Mar 25, 2013
Piton was replaced with a bolt in 2011. Piton pulled out on a lead fall. Bolt was placed because a new piton would have broken the flake, changing the dynamic of the route.
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Shifting to headpoint in the middle of a Model Worker redpoint.

K Miller is about to clip an upside down knifeblade(left draw) and two opposed, brass, micro-nuts(right draw). This crux pro is all delicately slipped under a thin flake that eventually requires yarding on like the Incredible Hulk.

Only needed a small hit of traditude since there's an unseen bolt at Kirk's waste.

Submitted By: K Trout on Jul 20, 2006
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Model Worker (5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a )
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