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UER Forum > Archived Rookie Forum > Getting up a building (Viewed 872 times)
Dick Winter 


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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 20 on 3/6/2009 4:52 AM >
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Yeah, pallets are great. have helped me out many a time. That creation you described sounds crazy. How stable was it?

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 21 on 3/13/2009 9:10 PM >
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Posted by Dick Winter
That creation you described sounds crazy. How stable was it?


The pallets themselves were fine. However I was only able to wedge the hook of the ladder between a fence and a wall so it wasn't secure at all! Nevertheless, it held just enough for me to climb up it all and get in!

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 22 on 3/14/2009 9:13 PM >
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Rope (3m +) with knots + some ppl. Usually it's enough. Mates lift you, you tie a rope to something (eg. pipe) and then just throw second end of line. It's good idea especially when you practise Parkour ;)

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 23 on 3/17/2009 7:12 PM >
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I want one of these so badly!




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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 24 on 3/17/2009 8:23 PM >
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Posted by HI-LITE
I want one of these so badly!
http://www.toolsta...k/webbig/58283.jpg




They're heavy, weighing 20 to 30 pounds. My next 'carry in' climbing tool will be a crutch. Light, sturdy, and about 6' tall. Lean it on the building armpit down, stand on the handhold, step up to the top knob and grab a ledge, and wiggle up. No idea if it'll work, but I'm such a lightweight I can't climb stuff much over my head without real footholds.

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 25 on 3/17/2009 8:37 PM >
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Posted by stampmaille
The most difficult entrance I ever made was using three pallets and a lifeguard station ladder.


Sounds like a certain site in Toronto.

Grappling hook ladder
http://www.finnrappel.fi/ladders1.htm

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 26 on 3/19/2009 2:52 PM >
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Posted by theRequ13m
Be creative. There's always a way in.


*Hearts* so true

G.U. 


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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 27 on 3/19/2009 11:46 PM >
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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 28 on 3/21/2009 11:36 AM >
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May I quote from "Independence Day"

"I have GOTS to get me one of them!"

jebking 


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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 29 on 3/26/2009 2:20 AM >
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take a machete with you.. cuts through wood like a soft broiled egg



G.U. 


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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 30 on 3/26/2009 5:11 PM >
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That is way too many machetes...I think maybe 3 machetes would be enough machetes.

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 31 on 3/26/2009 6:09 PM >
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Posted by GrounderUnder
That is way too many machetes...I think maybe 3 machetes would be enough machetes.


you can never have enough machetes!

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Re: Getting up a building
<Reply # 32 on 3/26/2009 6:49 PM >
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Posted by GrounderUnder
That is way too many machetes...I think maybe 3 machetes would be enough machetes.


That's why you are not called machete.

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