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10 Tips to Place Better Nuts -- How to Use Climbing Equipment
Nuts, also called chocks, artificial chocks, and micro-nuts, are simple climbing tools that are placed in cracks in a rock surface and then attached to a climbing ...
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All About Nuts, Chocks, Wired Nuts, and Micro Nuts ... - Climbing
Nuts, also called wired nuts, chocks, artificial chockstones, and micro nuts, are essential pieces of climbing equipment. Nuts are simply small pieces of metal that ...
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Nuts -- Definition of Nuts: Essential Pieces of Climbing Equipment
Definition of Nuts, a climbing equipment word for metal devices wedged in cracks .
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbingequipmentwords/a/NutsDef.htm
Hexentric Nut -- An Essential Piece of Climbing Equipment
Definition of Hexentric Nut, a climbing equipment word for a 6-sided nut that is wedged in a crack for protection by a lead climber.
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbingequipmentwords/a/HexcentricDef.htm
Speed Climbing Tip #8 -- Use Cams Not Nuts - About.com
Speed Climbing Tip #8 -- To climb faster use cams instead of nuts when you place climbing protection since they're easier to place and remove.
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10 Tips to Place Better Cams for Rock Climbing - About.com
How to Use Climbing Equipment ... Instead use other gear like nuts as well as natural anchors like trees as part of the top-rope anchor to minimize the danger of  ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbinggear/a/10-Tips-To-Place-Cams.htm
Your Basic Trad Gear Rack — Essential Traditional Climbing ...
You can start trad climbing with a buddy or mentor who already owns a lead rack of climbing gear, including cams, nuts, lots of carabiners, and a beefy rope.
http://climbing.about.com/od/cliimbingtechniques/a/Your-Basic-Trad-Gear-Rack.htm
The Clean Climbing Revolution -- Pitons Cause Damage to ...
About 1970, climbers began using nuts instead of pitons to lessen rock damage and preserve rock resources. Read about piton use; the damage that pitons ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbinggear/a/The-Clean-Climbing-Revolution.htm
Traditional Climbing - About.com
It's easier to rack your climbing equipment, including cams, nuts, and quickdraws, on the gear loops on your harness rather than on a gear sling carried over ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/TraditionalClimbing/
Rack Cams & Carabiners to Save Weight - Climbing - About.com
Most climbers prefer to clip the carabiners attached to cams and nuts so the gate is ... If you're crack climbing at Indian Creek or maybe doing a big desert tower, ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/cliimbingtechniques/a/Rack-Cams-And-Carabiners-To-Save-Weight.htm
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