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Apr 30, 2016
In the middle of our van conversion and we didn't have any clamps! luckily these biners were the right size. Any other creative uses for climbing gear out there?

Rock Climbing Photo: Carabiner wood clamps
Carabiner wood clamps


Rock Climbing Photo: Wood clamps close-up
Wood clamps close-up
Peter Howes
Joined Nov 14, 2014
84 points
Apr 30, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Me on the CCK
I think you want some more pressure for that to actually adhere properly.. Sam Fox
From Burlington, VT
Joined Sep 4, 2013
275 points
Apr 30, 2016
More pictures of the van! Matt Wolski 1
From Salt Lake City, Utah
Joined Dec 19, 2014
0 points
Apr 30, 2016
Sam Fox wrote:
I think you want some more pressure for that to actually adhere properly..


the more important question is why they used that many slat boards, screwed them all down, and put in a spine, it's like an overweight side by side bunk bed made out of concrete, but, I could just be triggered by the extreme overuse of materials...These pictures remind me of buying my girlfriend a 20 pack of philips head bits...because she just loves stripping
Andrew Wood
Joined Jul 26, 2015
65 points
Apr 30, 2016
BD C4 to anchor one end of a clothes line. :-) Bill Lawry
From New Mexico
Joined Apr 16, 2006
1,718 points
Apr 30, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: I pity the fool
I can't believe you are using that 3-sided engineers scale. That is a blatant misuse of delicate measurement tools that are intended for use on paper. Your engineering fundamentals professor is rolling over in his grave.

And don't call it a ruler. Or you'll get scale slapped upside your head.
Ray Lovestead
From Boulder, CO
Joined Jan 9, 2008
142 points
Apr 30, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Belaying 2nd (or was it 3rd? 4th?) on Turk's Head ...
Uh...I use tubular webbing for hanging my hammock, does that count? Ted Pinson
From Chicago, IL
Joined Jul 11, 2014
178 points
Apr 30, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Moss
Cam Dress Jason Todd
From Cody, WY
Joined Apr 21, 2012
712 points
Apr 30, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Old school liebacker
I use an old JB helmet as a hanging flower basket. Also, for your van but perhaps better for a pick-up shell mount, use hangers to bolt down the shell to the side panels. You might get some "colored" hangers and place them strategically high to use as an organizing of crap tool. Roy Suggett
Joined Jul 20, 2009
6,244 points
Apr 30, 2016
Old climbing rope and biners are useful for tons of stuff around the house

;)
bearbreeder
Joined Mar 1, 2009
3,068 points
May 3, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Climb of an easy water ice route near Colorado Spr...
Magnetron segregator makes an annoying key ring, safer than using it for climbing.
Rock Climbing Photo: Only good as a key ring, a $25 key ring that is.
Only good as a key ring, a $25 key ring that is.
Faulted Geologist
From Lawrence, KS
Joined Jan 7, 2015
161 points
May 3, 2016
Rock Climbing Photo: Climb of an easy water ice route near Colorado Spr...
Big ups on the cam dress!! Winner!

Crash pad is guest bed.
Faulted Geologist
From Lawrence, KS
Joined Jan 7, 2015
161 points


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