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Troy Interlocking Color Grip Workout Plate

$ 3.75

TROY URETHANE GRIP PLATES - COLORED

*Sold per lb @ $3.75 

 

Featured Model: Black textured plates w contoured handles & chrome 
                        endcaps.

Product Dimensions: Available upon request

Product/Shipping Weight: Per dumbbell sizes ordered

Product Options: Gray plates w contoured handles & chrome or rubber 
                         endcaps. (see HFDC-C or R)

Product Description: Our TROY pro-style dumbbells are all professionally pre-assembled by us to ensure that they meet the standards required in heavy use, commercial applications. All dumbbells utilize bigger, steel alloy bolts that are longer and stronger than the competition. PFDC-C dumbbells featured here consist of 32mm contoured handles with special deep set knurling for functional performance and Troy premium grade, black textured,  machined plates. The steel, chrome end caps include the TROY name and numbers tags for easy identification. Available in 2.5 lb. increments starting at 5 lbs. up to 52.5 lbs. and in 5 lb. increments up to 150 lbs. 5-yr warranty.

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