A Furring Strip is a piece of wood that spaces your plywood panel away from a flat surface. An example would be an interior room that has drywall. Since you cannot attach climbing holds directly on top of the drywall, you need to introduce a 3/4" sheet of plywood. For climbing holds that connect with a 3/8" Allen Head Socket Cap Bolt and T-nut, the bolt must pass through the T-nut and often protrudes beyond the T-nut. The Furring Strip creates the space behind the plywood panel for the extra length of the bolt to pass.
16" VERTICALLY SPACED FURRING STRIPS (1"X2")
24" VERTICALLY SPACED FURRING STRIPS (1"X2")
24" HORIZONTALLY SPACED FURRING STRIPS (1"x2")
24" HORIZONTALLY SPACED FURRING STRIPS (2"x4")