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Removable Holds

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Note: photo examples above.

You've found yourself in need of removable holds to keep climbers off the walls when not in use. Some cover the wall with gymnastics mats, others prefer to use a removable hold. We don't carry it and I'll tell you one reason why. Removable holds use a cleat system. The cleat is bolted to the wall and then the hold slides over top of it. Sounds easy and perfect right? Not so. You can climb on the cleats. So what's the Atomik solution? Read on.

To meet your insurance requirements or needs, remove the holds you need to. Get a battery powered drill with a 5/16 Allan head bit. You can zip off the holds lickety split. As for putting them back on, start the bolt with a hand wrench and once threaded, zip it it with the drill.

So you might say, well we have to figure out where they go each time. Not so. Take a picture of the wall straight on. Then number each hold you need to take off on the photo with a sharpie marker. Now mark a line on the holds and on the wall. This will show you later what t-nut to start in and where to rotate the hold to. As you take off the holds, write the number on the back of the hold that coincides with the photo numbers. Check out the photos above.

Note: photo examples above.

You've found yourself in need of removable holds to keep climbers off the walls when not in use. Some cover the wall with gymnastics mats, others prefer to use a removable hold. We don't carry it and I'll tell you one reason why. Removable holds use a cleat system. The cleat is bolted to the wall and then the hold slides over top of it. Sounds easy and perfect right? Not so. You can climb on the cleats. So what's the Atomik solution? Read on.

To meet your insurance requirements or needs, remove the holds you need to. Get a battery powered drill with a 5/16 Allan head bit. You can zip off the holds lickety split. As for putting them back on, start the bolt with a hand wrench and once threaded, zip it it with the drill.

So you might say, well we have to figure out where they go each time. Not so. Take a picture of the wall straight on. Then number each hold you need to take off on the photo with a sharpie marker. Now mark a line on the holds and on the wall. This will show you later what t-nut to start in and where to rotate the hold to. As you take off the holds, write the number on the back of the hold that coincides with the photo numbers. Check out the photos above.

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