Titan Power Rack Squat Deadlift HD Lift Cage Bench Racks stand cross fit pull up
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- Capacity: 700 lbs - HD J-hooks included - 2"x2" Steel Uprights
- Chin up bar: 1 1/4" diameter- Weight holders for storage and increased stability
- Height of pull up bar: 80" - Weight: 107 lbs - Height: 83"
- Opening: 44" - Depth: 48"
- Inside front to back bar: 26" - Floor space: 48" x 48" - Material: Steel
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The T-2 Series power rack by Titan will help you work out safely and efficiently while performing squats, military press, bench press, curls, shrugs, and more.
Featuring a wide walk-in design, it offers plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of total body exercises. In addition, the rack offers a total of 28 positions, helping it accommodate different heights and exercises.
- Capacity: 700 lbs
- Weight holders for storage and increased stability
- Heavy duty steel J-hooks included
- 2" steel uprights
- Chin up bar: 1 1/4" diameter
- Weight: 107 lbs
- Height: 83"
- Height of pull up bar: 80"
- Opening: 44"
- Depth: 48"
- Inside front to back bar: 26"
- Floor space: 48" x 48"
- Material: Steel
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Oh.. the shipping. It came in 4 days after I placed my order, it did require a signature from FedEx for anyone wondering.
A Chance Beginning (Shadow's Fire )
No issues with the support bars not lining up as others have mentioned, but I have had to mark my support spots with tape for various lifts because the rack itself doesn't have any markings (A, B, C; or 1, 2, 3; etc.).
No place to store any weights or extra olympic bars, so make sure you have a weight rack or a spare wall to lean them against.
Perfect height for me (5'10"), fits in my basement well post-setup (would have to disassemble to remove from basement if I wanted to move it).
I set it up alone, but two people should probably set it up for safety's sake - otherwise you end up jimmy-rigging a lot of leaning, half screwed in pieces until you can tighten everything down.
The pullup bar is a little low, I like needing to jump up a little so my legs hang straight, but I can reach this bar from the floor and I'm only 5' 9". But hey it's there, it works and no complaints.
2 concerns/suggestions though
1. Washers under bolt heads, these should be supplied but I've added them myself. Without a washer, overtightening the bolt could warp the frame.
2. The beams on the floor should have some holes drilled in for floor mounting. Even if the rack doesn't need it, I feel safer if I could put some concrete anchors with bolts in and keep the rack from rocking. I noticed if I wanted I could get the rack to lift up or rock. In my case I'll probably put them in myself.
Great value though and if it had these two things it would be superb in my opinion.
The rack is sturdy from racking and un-racking a squat bar to weighted pull ups (have had 225lbs racked up at several locations). I'm pretty particular about dip handle width. A lot of gyms have either too narrow of a grip. The ones that came with the rack are about perfect for me. Adding weight wasn't a problem for the attachment either. I do have to a plate on the rear post to keep it sturdy while doing dips and pull ups. I can get away with just one 35lbs plate on one side. My racks in the garage and the other day my wife left the door open during a rain storm, plates and bar are starting to show some rust but the rack still looks like new.