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Cheap Rack

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You have had plenty of advice, my cheap rack was

a set of hexs and nothing else, even led a 5.8 with them. Learned later after seeing them sliding down my rope(rope tension pulling them out) numerious times that I hated them. I gave them away.


I suggest a good set of nuts then smaller tri cams, with

this you can do alpine, then start building up a set of cams. I like BD's because you can buy the trigger kits for

them and fix them yourself.



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