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wags

what to buy when bulding a new rack up....

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I'd go straight for cams and stoppers. You'll save money in the long run and climb faster and more confidently. Hexes just take too much fiddling around. I stopped using them except the small ones for aid climbing.

Maybe if you tell us your budget, we could be a bit more insightful.

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Camalots in the big sizes, and a mix of aliens and tcu's for the smaller stuff. Then grab a handful of nuts and tricams to round it off. Adjust quantities based on your budget thumbs_up.gif

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