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Ultimate Body Press Wall Mounted Pull Up Bar

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  • Includes pull up bar, parallel grips, mounting hardware and installation instructions
  • Padded foam grips
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Gym quality pull up bar designed for easy home installation
  • Gun-metal gray powder coated finish
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  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003TYJMV2
  • Item model number: WMP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (285 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,978 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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456 of 461 people found the following review helpful By D. Matheny TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 9, 2011
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Length: 9:57 Mins
In this video I go over the pieces that come in the box as well as walking through the entire install process. In order to keep the video under the 10 minute limit I had to speed some parts up, but not much. The entire install process took 15 minutes - with an additional 10 minutes for getting out tools and putting them back away.

If you don't watch the video, let me stress that the INSTRUCTIONS ARE WRONG when they say to pre-drill four 7/16" holes for the lag bolts. You should pre-drill 7/32" holes instead. That's a big difference!

As far as the bar itself goes, it has turned out to be very solid. I'm 6'7" and 220lbs - and the bar holds my weight without any problems at all. One reason I went with the wall-mounted bar instead of one that just hangs in a doorway is because of my height, but I also think this looks better than the door-frame versions and you don't have to worry about damage to the molding or having to store it. I am completely convinced that this bar will last for years.

When installed, the bar is 12" from the wall and is a total of 38" wide. The front-facing handles stick out about 19.5" (to the very tips). The center-line of the two supports are exactly 16" apart - which is great for mounting to typically spaced wall studs (although, you should check where you want to install the bar before ordering).

Although I'm very happy with the Ultimate Body Press Pull-Up Bar, I am docking a star for a couple of reasons:

1) The rubber grip on both front-facing handles is messed up due to the way it was packaged. I showed this in the video as well.

2) Although this was easy to install, the instructions are a joke.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By iADsportsperformance on January 26, 2011
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I'm not sure why some of the other reviewers had problems installing this pull up bar but, in my opinion, giving the product less stars because you can't install something doesn't make a lot of sense to me. If you pre-drill the holes correctly and make sure it's level it should only take you around 15 minutes to install. Granted I did put this up in my garage and easily found the studs because the drywall was not painted.
I love the pull up bar and have been using it for several weeks now. My only complaint is that it is a little pricey for just a pull up bar. Either way I give it five stars for quality and accuracy of product does the job. I use reviews all the time to decide if I should buy a product which can be dangerous because of all the fake posts but, my advice for this pull up bar, don't let installation deter you from this product...maybe the price though.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By John on October 2, 2013
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This is a good product. Once installed it functions well. The instructions (as other reviewers have stated) are just downright terrible. I offer this review to offer "adjustable advice" and help fellow purchasers.

Bottom Line on Instructions:
1) Sizes are all wrong. (both for drilling and wrenches)
2) Assembling prior to installing brackets on wall is insane. Don't bother. Just make sure you are exactly 16" on center, and that all is level. (Measure your cross-hairs for bolt locations diagonally as an extra precaution to ensure square.)
3) USE BAR SOAP on the lag bolts. Doesn't call that out, but helps a ton, and standard practice.

Details on Instruction Sizes Being Wrong:

The lag bolts are the primary culprit. Based on other reviews I suspect the instructions have changed over time, but they still do not match the hardware. The set of instructions I received say "pre-drill with 3/8-in bit, secure with 3/4-in wrench". In comments FROM THE MANUFACTURER on other reviews, they say pre-drill to 7/32 and to make sure to predrill a full 3" deep. Hmm. Wow. Consistent. Well, based on this I highly suspect that every so often they change suppliers for lowest cost for the lag bolts, so... here it goes... my "how-to" for a good installation:

For my kit,
1) I pre-drilled "deep" with 3/32 as a pilot hole (probably 2-in or so, whatever the bit would allow.) This initial hole doesn't matter too much other than making sure you are square to the wall and level, as it will guide the real holes. Many drills have a level towards the back on the top.
2) Then I drilled 3/8" as deep as the unthreaded portion of the lag bolt, for the bolts they gave me about 1".
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful By alan on June 29, 2014
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My house was constructed in the Eighties. It was a unique time in our history- a time of rampant run-and-gun capitalism, unfettered immigration, social upheaval and the threat of a nuclear holocaust hung over the entire globe. Events such as these cannot be ignored when considering your choice of pull-up bar, as I soon learned. These global/political forces work on everything, as I soon learned during the installation process of this hang-up bar. What house builder cannot risk cutting corners when constructing a residence in this environment? Who could possibly adhere to the time-honored tradition of 16-inch stud placement when we all stand helpless before these massive forces? Why not 22 inches? Why not 18? Why these even numbers? Every other bedrock tradition was beginning to break down during the Seventies- this was just one more notch in the belt of the capricious and devil-may-care attitudes which, while in full swing during this time, remain with us today.

I should have known. How could not have? I read the literature for this gravity-fueled hanging device, I knew it required the traditional 16-inch stud placement, but I ignored all of the warning signs described above. Events that date back to World War I through the Cold War created the apocalyptic mind-set which consumed my deranged home builder. We will never meet, but I I know him now better than those I work with- his fear of the future, the hunger to keep to schedule, and the near-certainty of nuclear destruction. The purchase of this device brought us together, in a way I never could have imagined.

I mitigated this eccentricity by constructing a 2x12x40 inch backing board which was bolted into the eccentric stud-placement that plagues my house.
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