Serendipity - Lower Silvermine Crag

Let everyone know about any suspect/dodgy/misplaced bolts to be renewed or avoided.
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deadmuppet
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Serendipity - Lower Silvermine Crag

Post by deadmuppet » Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:54 am

I was climbing at Silvermine Lower yesterday and the last bolt before the anchors on Serendipity has a loose hanger. If you are in the area with a spanner, please give it a spin!

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Re: Serendipity - Lower Silvermine Crag

Post by Wes » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:32 am

Yip, I have noticed a few loose hangers at lower Silvermine.

Ill try remember to take a spanner with next time.

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Re: Serendipity - Lower Silvermine Crag

Post by Stu » Mon Feb 06, 2012 12:31 pm

deadmuppet wrote:I was climbing at Silvermine Lower yesterday and the last bolt before the anchors on Serendipity has a loose hanger. If you are in the area with a spanner, please give it a spin!
What grade you climbing; if it's 24 and above a simple twist with your fingers should do the trick :wink:

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Re: Serendipity - Lower Silvermine Crag

Post by deadmuppet » Sun Feb 12, 2012 2:10 pm

hahaha, nice Stu.

On that note, how tight is tight enough when using a spanner? A turn past the most you could turn with your fingers?

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