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Variety.

With packages ranging from 30 to 60 holds, the Metolius Mega Sets have all you need to fill out your home climbing wall. Foot jibs, crimpers, slopers, massive jugs, screw-ons, bolt-ons—these sets dish out serious variety to keep you stoked on training. Whether you just started your wall or it's already taken over your entire garage, you'll get what you need form the Metolius Mega Hold Sets.
  • The 30-hold set does not include the Metolius Multi-Wrench

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Can you give me a weight limit??
Curt

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Can you give me a weight limit??
Curt

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Contact Metolius customer support and here is there response:

Mega 30 pack - 15 lbs.
Mega 40 pack - 20 lbs.
Mega 50 pack - 30 lbs.
Mega 60 pack - 35 lbs.

If I upgrade from a 30 pack to a 40 pack...

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If I upgrade from a 30 pack to a 40 pack will I get more jugs? I am doing a roof and need as many jugs as possible ? It doesn't say how many jugs come in a pack.

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Jacki,

As you go up in size from 30 to 40 to 50 you will get a proportional increase in holds. So you will certainly get 1 and maybe even 2 additional jugs, but no more than that. If you are building up an overhang section of your wall I would recommend complementing the Metolius Mega Pack with some Metolius Roof Jug Hold Sets.

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Put your shirt on!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Why should you have a home climbing wall?
5-The only dude with his shirt off is you
4-Metallica's Ride the lightning at 11
3-you can eat and drink anywhere
2-waaaaaaay cheaper than the gym!
1-NO BIRTHDAY PARTIES!!!!

How would the holds and hardware do outside?...

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How would the holds and hardware do outside? I'm considering a year round outside wall in the Midwest .

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they will do fine sort of. the midwest can be a really chilly place. if you're trying to change your wall in the dead of winter, you may have trouble with tighter bolts. very cold holds would stand a better chance of breaking, but it shouldn't be commonplace. if you don't change your holds for years you may have rust issues. otherwise the holds and bolts will be fine outside.

the bigger concern is making sure you wall is built in a way that wont be affecting by thaw/freeze cycles

what is a total heavy for 50 pack? for a...

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what is a total heavy for 50 pack? for a shipping

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Area

How large of an area would the 50 pack easily cover?

I see that some of these holds require...

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I see that some of these holds require that you bolt them in to multiple Tnuts. If so, what is the standard spacing of one Tnut to the next in order that it will fit all of these holds? height, length?

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The holds in this pack either take one Tnut, or multiple screws.

Can a climbing wall be installed on 2 x 8...

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Can a climbing wall be installed on 2 x 8 plywood and then strapped to a tree? We live in the forest and I'd like to build the wall for my grandsons.

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I don't see why not, as long as you anchor it very securely.

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don't forget that there needs to be space between the plywood and anything behind it, otherwise you wont be able to screw in bolts. best bet is to use 2x4s or 6s and build a frame for the plywood to give you space and rigidity. then attach that to your tree.

I want to buy this set to build a children's...

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I want to buy this set to build a children's wall. ages up to 13. can this set be any good for me?

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This set is a decent option, but I would aim for primarily using jugs (large, deeply incut holds) http://rockymountainclimbinggear.com/

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the 60 set has a lot of jugs, but quite a few holds that would probably be hard for young children. if you're building a low angle wall, this should be fine. vert or steeper, you'd probably want to supplement with more jugs.

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Installing right now, the 60 piece set on an 8' x 10' wall. Seem to have plenty of hold. It came with a "How to build a climbing wall" book which has provided some helpful tips. One thing to note, they recommend 100 - 200 t-nut holes per 4x8 sheet of plywood for flexibly in route setting. The big 60 pack only comes with about 45 t-nuts though, plenty for the holds provided, but not nearly enough to fill the # of holes you should have. I am ordering and would recommend purchasing additional t-nuts when putting your wall together. Perfect selection for starting out a climbing wall though!

Planning on building a small bouldering...

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Planning on building a small bouldering wall in my basement this summer. Trying to decide how big i want the wall and which pack of holds i should buy. What is a good number for holds per square foot? I was thinking about 1 hold per sq ft. So thats would be a 30 pack per sheet of ply wood. Is this accurate? What do you guys think?

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One hold per square foot should be more than awesome, if it feels sparse you can always fill in with some foot jibs. I would just go to you local gym and see what they do; unless you're making a systems wall, in which case you're going to want a specialized hold pack.

how much is this?

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how much is this?

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These are out of stock, but they range anywhere from $99-219 depending how many holds you get. 30-60 holds.

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box of rocks

I gave a box of rocks for a Christmas gift to my son who loves to climb. He has a wall at college, and he is currently intalling one on the stairway to the upper floor to entertain himself while he is home on break. The ones leftover will be installed outside on a wall for the nicer weather climbing when we arent out on a rock wall. Prob will be ordering a few more. Love the selection of rocks enclosed, the install is easy, directions are clear. All I need is more room to install the rocks.

What type of wall is needed under climbing...

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What type of wall is needed under climbing holds? 1/2 inch plywood or what??

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1/2 inch plywood would work really well

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But they recommend 3/4". I started with 1/2", but was getting some flex so changed to 3/4".

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almost finished

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when we started building our garage bouldering wall we had no idea how much fun it would be. the 60-hold set was great, it took the guess work out of the final touches, with enough holds to be super fun.

I plan on setting up a small climbing...

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I plan on setting up a small climbing wall/corner in the basement. It'll be about 6-8 feet wide, 7 feet high, with a corner wall about 3-4 feet with same height. Is the 30 pack plenty? Thanks

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It really depends on how many holds you are placing on the wall, but you may be ok with a 30 pack.

Do these sets come with bolts or are they...

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Do these sets come with bolts or are they sold separately?

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Mounting hardware is included.

What kind of bolts do you use for typical...

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What kind of bolts do you use for typical holds?

I know its normally 5/16" and When I go to any fastener site I find the 5/16" bolts but, I get this weird sizing i.e.
5/16-18x3/8 SOCKET CAP SCREW or
5/16-24x1/2 NF SOCKET CAP SCREW

How do I know what to get for my climbing wall?

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5/16"= diameter of bolt- second #= (pitch) threads per inch - final #= length of threaded portion of the bolt, or to where the shoulder of the bolt or screw head sits flush with the surface of the material you're fastening through. NF refers to National Fine, which is why you get more threads per inch (24 versus 18).

I don't know this product, so can't tell you what bolts to use, but it looks like there are at least a couple different sizes and types. Maybe see if you have enough included with the set itself, then if you need more, order accordingly, or take a sample down to the local hardware store for comparison. Anyhow, that's how to read the specifications on bolts. Hope it helped.

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