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onamission116


May 7, 2003, 9:04 AM
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What would be a good starter pin rack?
Thanks, and good luck to all of you headed to the valley :) :)

Matt


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depends where you are climbing. yosemite, zion, or desert towers?


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Yosemite valley most likely. Any suggestions?


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1 beak, 1 rurp, 3 blades, 6 Lost Arrows, and 8 sawed angles. Get a variety of sizes. That will cover you on most routes that go mostly clean.


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