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Oldskiguy

for sale Climbing Wall - ready to put up

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I had to remove a climbing wall from my carport to do some new construction. All frame wood, plywood panels with t-nuts, and holds included. $700.

1st picture shows higher side of car port with wall installed. #2 that wall detail. #3 ceiling panels with holds removed. #4 another shot of main wall. #5 short wall with most holds removed (which is inside lower side of carport in first picture).

 

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Bumping this up with price drop to $600.

What better way to while away the shelter in place? Just bring a truck over to get the wall, bring it home and put it up, climb to your hearts content. 

Not all holds are shown on the wall - we had already started work on taking it down.

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