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Carrot failure @ Muline 20-Nov-2013 At 8:22:59 PM climbau
On 20/11/2013 mikllaw wrote:
>>I am not aware of any stainless steel bash-in
>>carrots up in the Blueies
>- there are quite a few, fortunately they come out easily
From memory Good Day To Be A Duck and Pluck The Duck at Shipley Upper were a mix of mild steel and stainless bash-ins installed by someone very experienced with bash-ins in the Bluies.
The longer route of the two is still carroted and seems to lose a Stainless bolt every now and again. Hindsight is often 20/20. Lets learn from it and adapt accordingly.

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