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    You're welcome!

    So the Buckingham gaffs are sold folks.
    The aluminum Climb Rights are still for sale for 80$ and that will all go to The TreeHouse.

    Good to know they'll get put back to work, Rusty. Enjoy and be careful of your own feet and legs as well as your rope.

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    Or best offer

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    Wrong crowd? (Buckinghams here...)
    You could sell on eBay and then donate the proceeds...

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    PM sent on Climb Rights.

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    Welcome to the Tree House, NailerB!
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    Welcome, and don't be shy about filling out your profile!

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    Just in case anyone is interested in the Climb Right alum gaffs, I own them now. So unless he had two sets they are sold.

    Nailer B

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    Yes, both sets are sold. Rusty and NailerB, thanks for helping out here

    So how's the Climb Rights working out for you? I was tempted to take a big flat file to them, but figured I'd let the buyer sharpen them and I wouldn't take the chance of screwing them up. Also learned that these are the exact same as Stein X2 climbers, just different branding and colors.

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    I took the gaffs off and went after them with a belt sander, work great now. I believe the gaff profile has been changed on newer models which should make keeping sharp easier. Thanks again

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    Belt sander? Never heard of that before...