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Moo-ve on over classic climbing holds - the barn door was left open and the farm animals are out! This set of 5 Farm Animal Climbing Holds adds country living character to your climbing wall. Use them in conjunction with other climbing holds to create a specialized climbing wall for your climbing kid.
These bolt-on holds are designed to be attached to 3/4" plywood or thicker material with stainless steel bolts and zinc t-nuts. Choose optionally to include stainless bolts and t-nuts so you have everything you need when your holds arrive! For the screw-on holds, see our Farm Animal Climbing Holds - Screw On (Set of 15).
All Atomik climbing holds are made in the USA, and include a Lifetime Warranty.
Rock Hold Set Features
Farm Animal Rock Hold Shapes
This bolt-on set can be purchased with or without hardware. The t-nut hardware makes the placement of holds very easy. If you don't like where you initially install a hold, you can move it over to a nearby t-nut. It's a small investment for greater versatility.
Screw-on holds attach with either wood screws or concrete Tapcon screws. All you need is 3/4" thick plywood or a thicker material. Bolt-on holds attach with one 3/8-16 Allan head bolt into a 3/8-16 t-nut. The bolt passes through the hold into the panel and then into the t-nut which has been installed in to the back of the panel. The bolt-on system is nice because you can easily move or rotate holds quickly. The t-nuts stay in place in back of the wall.
Screw-on holds attach using drywall, decks screws or concrete Tapcon screws. Atomik Climbing Holds use #6 zinc plated 1-5/8" screws for the majority of the product line. This system is nice because you are not limited to where you can put a hold. You can also attach screw-on holds to concrete walls using Tapcon screws (this will require a hammer drill to drill holes for concrete screws).
If installing against drywall or concrete, be sure to "fur" the plywood away from the wall so that the bolts from the holds don’t bottom out against the material. See How to Build a Wall for complete instructions.
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