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I seem to remember that when the crack ends you kind of use your right hand to Gaston and then its up to a small left crimp and if you are lucky, you hit the GOOD right hand crimp. Just tape that shit so it can't bend much and pull!
- Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:08 pm
- Forum: Opinions, Suggestions, Problems....
- Topic: route name stories
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Night Moves in Muir got its name because it was bolted and FAed in the dark with headlamps. Battery Life next to it was because the rock there is so hard that it took 2 full batteries to drill the route when most don't even require one battery charge.
I haven't been on it to see, but the correct placement is with the ring at the bottom. If it is upside down, weighting the ring up top would essentially mean that you are rappelling off of the top bolt only and if it failed there would be extension and the bottom bolt would be shock loaded.