Home climbing wall in my attic

27 01 2009

Hello there,

Because many of you have been visiting this Blog looking for information relative to home climbing walls after my first post about it (https://ricardofb.wordpress.com/2007/11/22/home-climbing-wall/) I’ve decided to take some photo… 

I hope you will be able to learn a little beet more about what I have done.

If you have questions about it I will surely give you some feedback.

Here are the photos

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Greetings

R.

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7 responses

27 01 2009
spotsescalada

Wow! Very nice. Respect! 🙂

I dont understand the purpose of the two red “cordeletes”. You have one in the wall with a carabiner, and other one in the wood. Could you explain why? Thanks!

27 01 2009
ricardofb

The red pursiks (2#) have the function of holding the lower part of the wall when its not on the ground. I think they are a very good solution because anything that would be static (like a chain) would jump with my dynos!
The red and white pursik is linked to a carabiner and a blocking device and serves the purpose of holding the wall after every push made by me to put the wall into the “roof mode”.

Did you understand?

R.

27 01 2009
João

sweet 🙂

30 01 2009
leo

DIOS!!

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2 04 2009
Rodrigo

what are the dimensions of your wall?!

by the way, very nice wall!!

2 04 2009
ricardofb

Check the link in that post!!
Obrigado 🙂

R.

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