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Rock Climbing Photo: More bomber pro, great surface area contact... It ...
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By dbrown
Nov 29, 2008
This is what a well-placed cam should look like in sandstone.
By Jason Kaplan
From: Glenwood ,Co
Dec 4, 2008
did ya happen to click for the enlarged version? looks sketch to me.(contact area wise) and just think it's the piece above the nut I just fell on.
By Paully
From: Green River, WY
Mar 21, 2010
looks better than some of the great Fisher Towers cam placements. It's even creepier out there when your cam starts grind it's way out! I also learned a fun lesson about placing TCUs in soft rock out there: they'll hold for a few minutes and then shear out unexpectedly.
By C Miller
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From: CA
Jul 14, 2011
The right-sized alien with it's narrower head, as well as more flexible single-stem, would probably fit in that hole much better.
By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Mar 10, 2017
It looks like it will work, and it also looks like there might be good passive placements just a few inches above. Mushy stuff, that.
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More bomber pro, great surface area contact... It was to begin with anyway, tells ya something about the rock.(I watched it crumble around the lobes as I was on it)

Submitted By: Jason Kaplan on Nov 10, 2008
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