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PowerLine PPR200X Power Rack
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- Assembly of 1 home gym per product instructions
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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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The way I assembled it was to put the bottom 3 pieces together first (put the feet and plastic parts on now), then add the rear uprights, then the top back piece, then a front upright and top side piece, repeat for other side, then chin bar. Snug the bolts at first, then tighten them all when it's all assembled. Get them good and tight but don't over tighten because the tubing will start to bend in with a lot of force. You'll need two 3/4" wrenches (a socket wrench and spanner work best). This worked well for me doing it by myself and took about 45 minutes including opening the boxes and laying out the parts.
This rack comes in 3 boxes and can be shipped via a regular carrier. This might be nice to know for those who don't live where a freight carrier can easily get to you. Anyway, this rack, a bench, and a 300 pound set can take you a long way. Add some dumbbells and you'll have a nice little home gym.
Take your time putting it together, don't over-tighten the bolts, and it will be solid as a rock.
It is about 6'10" tall.
I cut 2 foam noodles in half, and down their length. They fit over the saber-style spotter bars perfectly and keep the racket of clanging weights to a minimum.
I would also recommend adding olympic rings to the pull-up bar.
This cage is capable of handling serious work-outs. I'd feel comfortable using 300lbs of weight on it. I'm 6'1 and the proportions of the cage fit me just fine. It's sturdy & has a relatively small footprint. The best part of using a cage is that you can self-spot and, therefore, push yourself w/ less risk of injury.
If you add a 300lb weight set (Weider's rubber-coated is an incredible buy and will not rust), an adjustable bench (FID46 is good choice - sturdy & comes w/ leg extension, incline, decline) & dumbbells (adjustable take up less space, but Weider's rubber-coated plates can be used as makeshift dumbbells), you will have a very functional gym that goes beyond general fitness.
I looked at a couple of other cages, and BodySolid's Powerline is the best buy.
The unit arrives in three large boxes. It's heavy (which is good) and surprisingly easy to assemble. All parts were included with my shipment and all parts fit as they should.
EXERCISES (after adding weights & a bench)
Everything you need to get in shape and build all parts of your body with the safety of self-spotting
No major complaint. The 2 lift-offs and 2 safety rods are painted. When slid through the cage holes, paint peels from them every time. Not a big deal, but they should've been left unpainted.
10-year warranty, chin-up bar
The lat tower is an option, but I find chin-ups much more effective at building back muscle & symmetry. Plus I save money and space.
I'm 210lbs and this unit is able to support substantial weight on the lift-offs while I perform chin-ups. Though not professional-grade for power lifters who use over 400lbs, if you're still wondering if it's stable or sturdy enough for you to lift heavy weights, the answer is absolutely. This unit is hearty enough for you to get buffed. I'm pleased with my purchase.
This rack comes in 3 boxes that are approx. 45-50lb each. Upon opening, the first thing I did was grab the single page manual and started organizing the parts. You're going to need two 3/4" wrenches. The instructions, like what many have already mentioned, is basically a blown up diagram of the rack itself, but it incredibly EASY to follow, im talking about IKEA level here. I built it myself and it took me roughly 50 mins. Would've been about half that time if I had help.
As far as stability, its very stable. I am 5'10 and weigh 180lbs and there is no shaking/wobbling of the rack while doing pullups. I have loaded 400lbs worth of plates on it already and this thing handles it all too easily. The max load capacity is marked at 600lbs, but we all know putting 601lb wont tear the thing down. In all honesty, I think this thing can easily handle 1100-1200lb of weight, but of course the manufacturers have to put a 'safe' number. Understandable.
However, I do have 2 complaints:
1.The paint chips off way too easily. After my first workout, all the paint from the hooks, and half the paint from the safeties have scrapped off already. Personally i dont care as I use this to train and not for show. But this may suck for those that worry about how their equipment looks. On the flip side, a tiny bottle of paint is included in the packaging for situations like this, but dont bother as you will run of out it quickly or you plan on painting over it after every workout. Some guy had but foam noodles in his safeties, thats a good idea.
2.The 3' hole spacing sucks.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great rack for the price. We have been using for six months at the time of this review with no complaints. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Kimberley C.
I have been using this product for about 6 months. It works perfectly. I feel safe using all 300lbs that I own on this. I would feel safe using more for sure. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Colt Cutrer
Bar scrapes off the hook's paint. Somewhat shaky when loading up the bar but it gets the job done.Published 1 month ago by fireware90
Solid. Sturdy (i have mine on a mat). I can see where this model is more for a beginner to moderate lifter. So since that's where I'm at now, works great for me.Published 1 month ago by melvin alvarez
Unit was adequately packaged and arrives in three boxes. Assembly was simple even with one person. It seems sturdy enough for my use. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ben T.
You can pretty much construct this rack by yourself. It helps to have someone hold each corner up, but once you get all the bolts finger tight on the base you can put the rest of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kris Bran
This is a great rack for squatting and benching safely. Even if you squat over 400, I'm sure this rack could handle it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert
This power rack was a great buy. My husband and I were looking for something affordable as we put together our home gym. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hollywood