The CAP Barbell FID Bench with Crescent is designed to handle heavy weight safely and securely. Constructed with 11- and 12-gauge steel tubing allows this bench to hold heavy weight loads and withstand grueling workouts. With 4 back pad & 2 seat adjustments, this bench offers a variety of angles to allow a greater number and variety of exercises to be performed. This bench is equipped with wheels to allow easy transportation from one exercise station to the next, providing a hassle free workout.
- Maximum assembled bench dimensions are 55x30x51 inches.
- Constructed with 11 and 12 gauge steel tubing
- Tested based on ASTM standards to hold up to 1250 lbs
- Double stitched 2.5 inch boxed pad is comfortable yet firm
- Pad utilizes new foam material and CARB compliant plywood
- Durable powder coat finish to prevent rust
- Industrial zinc hardware
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