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PowerLine PPR200X Power Rack
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- Power rack for helping weightlifters exercise safely and efficiently
- Wide walk-in design offers plenty of side-to-side movement
- 2 heat-tempered liftoffs and 2 saber-style safety rods
- Ideal for squats, incline presses, flat bench, and shoulder shrugs
- Measures 44 x 82 x 46 inches (W x H x D); 10-year frame warranty
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PowerLine Power Rack. Fire up your workouts on one of the first inventions that allowed weightlifters to workout safely and effectively, the Power Rack. Created several years ago, nearly every gym has one, so why not you? With the wide walk in design there is plenty of side to side movement for a variety of exercises such as squats, incline, decline, flat and military presses as well as shrugs and calf raises. Complete with 18 positions, two heat tempered lift offs and two saber style safety rods so you can keep your exercise routine the way it should be simple and effective. Shown with options Lat Attachment PLA200, Bench PFID130W. All barbells, weights and collars optional
Fire up your workouts with the PowerLine power rack, which helps weightlifters work out safely and efficiently while performing squats, military presses, and more. The power rack boasts a wide walk-in design that offers plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of exercises, along with two heat-tempered liftoffs and two saber-style safety rods that hold up to heavy use through the years. In addition, the rack offers a total of 18 positions, helping it accommodate a ton of different heights and exercises. Whether your workout regimen includes squats, incline presses, flat bench presses, shoulder shrugs, or calf raises, the power rack makes your routine easy and safe. The rack measures 44 by 82 by 46 inches (W x H x D), weighs 136 pounds, and carries a 10-year warranty on the frame and one-year warranty on all other parts. All barbells, weights, and collars are sold separately.
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*The small posts (the ones that hold the barbell bar when doing bench press or squats) and large posts (the bars that provide you the safety when bench pressing or squatting) easily get scratched when a threaded barbell bar comes into contact with them, but this can be avoided by either putting tape on the posts or putting on them FOAM NOODLES (shown in the picture uploaded by P. Stubbs).
*I measured each of the two small posts is 9cm (3.54 inches) and each of the two large posts is 85cm (33.5 inches). So if you buy FOAM NOODLES (I will) you need: (3.54 + 3.54) + (33.5 + 33.5) = ~74 inches.
*I measured all four posts have a diameter of 25mm (= ~1 inch).
-So, use these measurements to wisely purchase foam noodles, which I strongly suggest you do or else you'll scratch the posts every single time the bar comes into contact with them.
*The power rack comes in three boxes. Box 1: 48lbs, box 2: 46lbs, box 3: 43lbs. The first box is ~7 feet long, and the others ~4 feet long. If the UPS truck does not give you THREE boxes then don't accept the package. I only received two boxes on delivery day and on the next day I realized I was missing one box but that same day UPS delivered it - UPS somehow screwed up. I contacted Amazon support that day through chat and the representative immediately scheduled a replacement sent and a pickup (to get the two boxes from my home) no questions asked, but as I was chatting with the rep., UPS driver rang my bell - and there it was - the missing box.
*Assembly was easy but it took me ~2hrs because I assembled 98% of it alone. With someone's help it would have taken ~40 minutes.
*I followed the instructions to assemble and found them to be easy to follow; others complaint they were confusing but I strongly disagree with them.
*There are a total of 26 HEAD HEX BOLTS included in one bag ranging from 65mm in length to 75mm, so it took me a few minutes to measure them and organize them by length, so I wish the bolts had been separated.
*No TOOL is provided to fasten the head hex bolts, but luckily I had the ones that came with the bench press I ordered a few months ago. So, make sure you have a tool to use for this type of bolts.
*The parts are: (4) Rack frames, (1) base frame, (1) pull up bar, (2) large post, (2) small post, (2) pull up frame, (1) rear frame, (1) left base support, (1) right base support.
*A standard 72-inch (6-feet) barbell bar was the perfect size for this power rack; Anything shorter or longer is NOT appropriate.
*When doing pullups the power rack doesn't shake at all (very sturdy).
-I LOVE this power rack. It looks great and after assembly it feels very sturdy and safe. The pullup bar is great. Once I add the foam noodles to this rack it will look even better and won't have to worry about scratching it either!
*The paint CAN come off easily on the posts, like a lot have complaint on the reviews, but the FOAM NOODLES or TAPE can fix that problem right away so get them!
*WARRANTY Registration Card: "You must return this registration card to POWERLINE within 10 days for this Warranty to be valid." < ----------------- That right there is absolute bull****. It's been a week since I ordered this... I should downgrade the value of this by 1-star for this unethical thing, but I'm so happy with the rack that I won't even bother sending this stu**d card. Very unethical of them!
It has been fairly durable for me. I'm not a die hard lifter, and I've never done any squats over mid-400s in the rack, so if you're a serious lifter that's moving 500+ on squats for reps, I'm can't vouch for sure that'll work well for that. I will say that, squatting inside the rack, 430lbs hasn't been a problem. I did have issues with wobble when I tried squatting outside the rack with weight somewhere in the mid 300s (which is when I switched to inside the rack). It is definitely large enough to squat inside.
The catch bars work and have held up to some use (hey, who hasn't bailed on a set of squats or dropped a bench?).
I am 6' and it is not tall enough for me to OHP inside the rack; I have to move the catches outside for that.
The holes are fairly far apart; this is a bit of an issue for me setting up for squats.
There's absolutely no frills; no plate storage, no bar storage, cable attachment stations, etc. Which is a large part of why I'm looking at upgrading. At the time I bought the rack, things with those options were harder and more expensive, but you can get some racks with those options for only about 100-150 bucks more now, which makes this a bit less of a value than it was back in 2012.
Again, it works and it's held up to good use for me, but for not too much more you can get racks that have some pretty useful extras. Your call.
A couple negatives:
1. Putting this thing together was frustrating. Two of the rods simply would not meet where they should have (according to the diagram) because the rods had some sort of warping/damage to them. Had to detach and reattach several different times trying from different angles until I was eventually able to force it together. Having a second set of hands is pretty helpful as well.
2. No idea why this thing is painted. It will start chipping away with the first use.
3. Was setting a pin for the safety bars on the side, and it broke after the first couple uses.
All in all, a good product for a great price. Cons are/were slightly frustrating, but doesn't detract from what this is really being used for.