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Fit4sale Half Rack

$ 1,499.00


• Heavy duty construction with 13 gauge posts
• EZ Adjustment of ¼” thick safety bars and Olympic bar holders.
• 5 position Chin bars 84” height fits under 7 ft. ceiling
• 60” depth x 66” wide x 84” high
• 26” long Safety Bars with double reinforced upright tub connection
• Safety Bars and Hooks lined with protective, durable nylon strips
• Adjustable width Dip bars with double reinforced upright tub connection
• Rugged anchor tabs to secure rack to the floor
• 4 Olympic plate holders
• 3.5” height adjustments for Safety Bars and Hooks
• Olympic Bar vertical storage holder
• Beautiful Diamond – flake black powder coating with maroon accents
• Net weight: 227lbs of sturdy construction
• Shipping weight: 227 lbs, Shipping Carton: 85” x 19” x 13”

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