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Prepare for some mess during construction
Your Own Indoor Climbing Wall
Author: Thomas, Ramsay A primer that provides strategy and design guidelines for building an imaginative climbing wall at home. Veteran builder of many indoor walls, Ramsay Thomas shows the details of construction common to all wood-frame indoor walls, including making your own molded movable holds.
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