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Bodycraft F660 Leg Press/Hip Sled
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- Adjustable shoulder pads allow for a wide range of user heights. This also allows us to make the machine smaller than most
- Fully adjustable foot plate for any desired angle
- Foot plate also folds out of the way for Hack Squats
- Industrial grade linear bearings. Plastic wheels tend to flatten over time. Linear bearings never flatten, or wear out
- Lifetime warranty
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Your leg muscles are the strongest and toughest muscles in your body. We have built the Body-Craft F660 Hip Sled with that in mind. From the heavy gauge steel, to the industrial grade linear bearings, this machine is built to withstand the toughest workouts ¿ for a lifetime!
From the heavy-gauge steel to the industrial-grade linear bearings, the BodyCraft F660 leg press/hip sled is built to withstand even the toughest workouts. The F660 is equipped with a fully adjustable foot plate that accommodates several angles, but also folds out of the way for hack squats. The adjustable shoulder pads, meanwhile, allow for a wide range of user heights. Add the features together and you have a machine that supports a host of leg exercises, including leg presses, hack squats, donkey squats (in which the weight sits on the lumbar), and calf raises. The donkey squat option is particularly valuable, as it eliminates the spinal compression associated with heavy weights on your shoulders. Other features include industrial-grade linear bearings that never flatten or wear, a weight capacity of 1,000 pounds, and a compact housing that measures only 39 by 79 by 50 inches (W x H x D). The F660 carries a lifetime warranty.
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This is a fantastic addition to my home gym. After researching the few leg press machines designed mostly for home use, this one is the highest quality, in my opinion. The linear bearings are heavy duty, and built to last, as is the entire machine. Very solid with incredibly smooth movement. The +/- $500 premium for this over the Body Solid and other versions does seem pretty steep, but the fact that I don't expect to ever have to do any sort of work on this makes it worth it for me. This thing could probably get passed down a few generations and still work fine.
I have read that the models on which the sled moves on rollers can develop minor flat spots on the rollers over time. Having had equipment in the past that used nylon rollers or bushings, I can attest to this happening in general, although not specifically with any of the current leg press machines being offered. Nonetheless, it is an annoyance that I chose not to deal with on such a large investment item. Also interesting to me was/is the relatively high quantity of used Body Solid machines available. I know it is a well-rated machine, but with so many being sold, it certainly made me wonder why someone would invest $1500 in a piece of gym equipment and then turn around and sell if for half that, or less in some cases. Obviously part of that comes down to the popularity of the Body Solid machine, but there are A LOT of them being resold, at least in my part of the country. Good luck finding a used BodyCraft F660 for sale...
Assembly was pretty straightforward. Half of the bolts come welded into the frame, so that's a big time saver, and also further proof of how heavy duty this machine is. It took me about 1-1/2 hours to assemble by myself, after 30 minutes of unpacking and organizing everything. It arrived very well packaged in 3 large boxes.
I can't say that these points are exactly bad, because they partly come down to the size of the user. However, they are things to consider. For reference, I am 5'8", 175 and relatively muscular.
1. As I have seen in some reviews, the sled does bottom out on hack squats higher than what would be ideal for shorter people. The reviews I have seen suggested 5'8" as the shortest that would still work within a full range. This also depends on one's flexibility and how low they are able to squat. For me, I'd like to have another inch or two at the bottom, but I still get a good workout as-is. I may make height modifications in the future.
2. The shoulder pads feel a little wide apart. My shoulders are 49" around. So not huge, but not the smallest that will likely want to use this machine, either. They work perfectly fine, and I realize manufacturers need to standardize somewhere on things like this, but I think smaller people may find this a little uncomfortable when it's got some weight on it. Not a complaint, just an observation. If you are on the smaller side, this may not be the machine for you, unless you are willing to make some modifications.
3. The leg press back pad has built in lumbar support. I don't know if other machines do or not, but it is a great little added feature. However, the entire back pad mounts higher than what is comfortable for my height, so the lumbar support ends up closer to the middle of my back, which is most definitely an uncomfortable position from which to do heavy leg pressing.
This was a fairly easy fix, as shown in the attached picture. The mounting hinges are supposed to be installed with the hex bolts you see mounted on the other side of the hinge, which is behind the diamond plate as seen in the picture. I turned the hinges around, which dropped the seat mounting down a couple of inches, and it lined up perfectly with my lower back. However, then it had the bolts laying against the diamond plate when the back pad is flipped down, and the seat didn't lay flat. I fixed this by drilling out holes as shown, to accommodate the bolt heads. This did not affect anything structural on the machine. Now I just need to paint and it will hardly be noticeable.
Anyway, still 5 stars for this. It is a very well made multi-exercise machine. Maybe a half-step down from a welded,commercial grade machine, but with the more reasonable footprint for a home gym, it was an easy decision between the two for me. This is the only non-fully commercial grade piece of equipment that I have, and I am very satisfied with my decision. (For clarity, this machine is rated for light commercial use. I just wouldn't expect to see it in a serious gym, despite the sturdiness and quality. Maybe in a personal trainer's studio...)