BodyCraft F430 Power Rack
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- Rugged 11 gauge, 2" X 3" Steel Tubing
- Easy Spring Pin Adjustments on Safety Spotters and Bar Catches
- Chin Up Bar
- Lifetime warranty
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The BodyCraft Power Rack is built for the person who knows how to push their body to the limit. Rugged construction and easy adjustments make your workout enjoyable and quick. Adjustable Spotter Arms are included for safe, solo workouts. Combine the Power Rack with the BodyCraft Lat / Low Row Attachment, Dip Handles, and Flat / Incline / Decline Bench for a complete Strength Training System.
Built for people who know how to push their bodies to the limit, the BodyCraft F430 power rack delivers a powerful workout performance. By itself, the F430 is ideal for squats, lunges, and other leg exercises, with a pair of adjustable spotter arms and bar catches making solo workouts safe and efficient. However, you can also combine the power rack with a host of other BodyCraft strength-training attachments, including a lat/low row station, a cable crossover attachment, dip handles, and a flat/incline/decline bench. Add it all up and you have everything you need to get fit and build strength in the comfort of your own home. Other details include a chin-up bar, 12-gauge steel tubing, triangular gussets in the corners for extreme rigidity, durable rubber on the safety bars and bar hooks to prevent scratching, 0.75-inch hardened steel bolts at all connection points, and a capacity of up to 800 pounds. The F430 carries a lifetime warranty.
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I've looked at a few other power racks which seemed rather pricey under my budget
There was another rack going at about 400$ on amazon but the picture did not appear as sturdy as this rack f430
The Rack arrived today and took my girl friend and I roughly 3 hours to assemble it
I do not recommend putting this together alone, you'll need someone to hold the parts in place while the other screws it into place
Surprising the rack is a bit wobbly if you move but I am sure it will hold since this product comes with a life time warranty :)
I also purchased an extra pair of J hooks and the hip attachment.
An awesome rack if you are not looking to spend too much or too little.
I too bought the extra hooks, dip bars (which work as stated) and the lat attachment that I love as well. I just can't believe they get 5 bills for the 200lb. weight stack that's optional!
If you plan on working out at home and doing it for the long haul, don't cheap out on yourself.
I bought 2 additional J hooks so I would be able to perform overhead presses without standing inside the rack ... it's good to have flexibility. If you do go this route make sure you know exactly how you want to position this, because once it's all assembled it's a chore to switch, you'll have to remove the entire upper assembly. I also bought a pair of dip bars.
Be sure to take your time assembling this, probably 2 to 4 hours. I did it by myself, with a hand held wrench (or two sometimes), however only do this if you're able to carry and hold some weight. If you're fairly new to strength training or can't handle 20-40 pounds of sustained force, do assemble this with a friend.
The pull up bar is smooth, and a little small in diameter. This could either be a good or a bad thing. The smoothness doesn't allow for good grip, but it actually forces you to grip the bar tighter. If you're worried about the grip just buy grip tape and use those.
Highly recommend this over anything out there.