0,1,3,8,10,5,5,5,8,20,6,6,3 -100%419 BadBolts
0,2,6,11,12,58,5,7,18,25,9,7,3 -133%813 Bolt Reports
0,0,4,8,9,281,2,60,86,13,248,492,886 44%3440 Routes
0,0,0,1,0,0,1,1,1,3,1,0,1 +20%55 Developers
Climbed this the other day and the left anchor bolt moved about 1/4" once I weighted it. Bolt is tight & the hanger doesn't really spin, yet if you watch the bolt when you weight it you can see it creep down.
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