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VALOR FITNESS SAWTOOTH SQUAT BENCH COMBO
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- Flat Position--Bench position used for classic bench press exercise.. Incline Position--Allows for a variety of exercises.. Decline Position--Helps you to focus on your lower portion of your chest and other muscles, such as your shoulders and triceps. .
- Built-In Plate Rack--Convenient place to store weights when not in use..
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The Valor Fitness® BD-19 sawtooth squat bench combo offers a variety of options for both beginners and well-trained fitness enthusiasts. Optional settings include squat, incline, regular bench and decline, and the entire rack is seated on 4 rubber face plates that add stability while protecting your floor from damage. The back contains 4 Olympic storage pegs that each hold up to 5 plates.
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Un-package the parts and separate the bolts, putting TWO washers and a nut on each. There are three types of bolts (17mm head): 10 Shorts, 12 mediums, and four longs. SEPARATE THE BOLTS BY SIZE!!!
The assembly is best done in four stages: Sides, Back Cross-bars/Weight Holders, Vertical Bars, and Saw-tooth plates.
1. Sides: Bolt the sides together using FOUR SHORT BOLTS to connect the only curved parts. Ensure there is a washer between the bolt-head/nut and the frame. Put the bolts in ALL holes and THEN tighten.
2. Cross-Bars: Attach the sides and weight holders using the MEDIUM bolts. This requires EIGHT of the 12 MEDIUM bolts. Ensure there is a washer between the bolt-head/nut and the frame. Again, put the bolts in ALL holes and THEN tighten.
3. Vertical Bars: Attach the vertical bars with the rectangular openings facing rearward. Use the four LARGE bolts at the top (two per vertical bar) and MEDIUMS on the bottom with the bottom plate in place. Ensure there is a washer between the bolt-head/nut and the frame. Again, put the bolts in ALL holes and THEN tighten. There will be a small air gap prior to tightening.
4. Saw-tooth plates: Attach each saw-tooth plate to the respective vertical bar using three SHORT bolts per side. Ensure there is a washer between the bolt-head/nut and the frame. Again, put the bolts in ALL holes and THEN tighten. YOU ARE DONE!!
The spotter guards work extremely well and my workouts are simpler without having to adjust the rack when switching from Bench to Squat. This is the best rack I have used over the years. Good luck!
UPDATE: Couple of months now, and this rack is still solid. No problems or issues. Very safe and very stable.
It's easy to assemble, and, if you study the diagram carefully, it's almost impossible to mess up. I had no trouble assembling it by myself, though I did have use of a socket set. You should assemble the uprights first, noting that the rectangular openings face toward the rear; that's why they are not visible in the diagram. I did not tighten any bolts until everything was perfectly aligned. Connect the uprights to the cross bars in the location where the rack will be used; once assembled It does not bend, flex or wobble, and it tends to stay where it is put. Though I knew the measurements, it's still bigger, and better, than I imagined.
Why 4 stars and not 5? Just one reason, and it may not be relevant to you: The storage pegs are fine for steel plates, but are close enough together that they're awkward for rubber bumper plates - which are typically 17.5" diameter regardless of weight. If you intend to use bumper plates, you'll probably end up doing a lot of fussing to get them on and off a single peg on each side, or find another solution. I'm still extremely happy with this rack and would make the same purchase again.
This has done all of those things for me - I can do the basic movements - squats, bench press, shoulder press, etc, so I can build my core strength with compound movements. With a bar hanging from the top rung, you could even do some pull-ups with it, but I'd like to eventually get a dedicated power tower.
I use it with the Valor DA-3 flat bench and think it's a great combo. I prefer the stability of the flat bench over most adjustable ones. Granted, I haven't tried any expensive adjustable ones.
I also use this on my back covered patio and it has held up well in the 6 months time - very little rusting so far. All in all, I'm very pleased and the wife isn't complaining about my new figure!