Thursday, September 17, 2009

making changes

There have been a number of changes to the site in the past few days,

the most significant being an article explaining the ins and outs of how to mount a fingerboard in various positions/places around your home:

as suggestive as that sounds it is quite useful to consider these things as you might be able to mount a board in your home where by previously you thought it impossible.

The other article is for the grade obsessed as i'm sick of people moaning about inconsistencies in the boards:
So your qualms are answered here.

Meanwhile back in the real world, the motherboard at the works got shot of alot of its unused and unpopular holds, only to be placed by about 90 new symmetrical wooden ones. Hopefully this'll improve the board a decent amount and further enhance the, already copious, beastmaking potential in sheffield


Blogger Stubbs said...

Apologies for whining about inconsistencies, good article. Very much enjoying climbing on the Depot board, and hoping to get to the top before the season is over!

September 17, 2009 at 1:23 PM  
Blogger Andy Gibb said...

I looked at the mounting guide the other day. Mostly very good. A couple of things I hadn't thought of before. It would be useful to include on there what size of screws/bolts can be used to hold up your beastmaker.

September 18, 2009 at 3:36 AM  

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