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Rock Climbing Photo: Bolts in Thailand, courtesy of Basecamp Tonsai
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By Philip DeFraties
From: Golden, CO
Jan 9, 2017
is there a rhyme or reason to the colors here? I would think the expansion bolt would be the most trustworthy but its got a red dot which is counterintuitive
By Nate Ball
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From: Portland, OR
Jan 9, 2017
Titanium is the only trustworthy material for use in bolting a seaside crag. Stainless steel glue-ins tend to last longer than expansion bolts, which are often not stainless and corrode all the quicker. There is a new bolt that should be added to this list and that's the Eterna bolt from Titan Climbing. It doesn't make much difference these days since nearly everything around Tonsai/Railay has been re-bolted.
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Bolts in Thailand, courtesy of Basecamp Tonsai

Submitted By: Nate Ball on Feb 10, 2014
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