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Last Edited by cricket702 April 22, 2016 at 12:56 PM
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Valor Athletics, Inc. BD - 7 Power Rack with Lat Pull for intense strength training. Step into this "cage" to complete a myriad of exercises... lat pull downs, squats, military press, pull-ups and more! You want to bulk up? You want to tone up? Here's your ticket... a Power Rack that's built to support you on your quest to sculpting a "ripped" physique. More: Has a 2 x 2" steel main frame; 4 weight plate storage pegs; 4 solid steel, chrome adjustable weight bar supports; 2 solid steel squat safety bars; 17 variable positions for bar supports ranging in height from 17.5-68"; Foam-covered utility bar used for curls or other accessories; Solid steel chrome pull-up bar with grips; Low pulley station for seated and upright rows; Lat pull-down station with plae-loading carriage; Measures outer 47"D x 63.5"W x 82"H; inner 39"D x 43.5"W x 80"H and weighs 135 lbs.; Max weight on lat pull is 250 lbs.; max weighs for each bar holder is 500 lbs. Great for a fitness club or your home gym!
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#2
looks like a pretty great deal...measuring to see if I can make it work
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Um yea..... THIS set off a Quest Bar alert about 2 hours ago....

Glad I lazy about checking alerts.
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This actually a decent amount for a weight limit on the squat rack portion. Not bad.
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its tough to tell from the pictures, but it looks like the curl/lat pulldown pully uses standard size weights instead of Olympic? seems odd
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Wasn't it this price + rakuten bucks last week?
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Max weight on lat pull is 250 lbs.; max weighs for each bar holder is 500 lbs.

Pssshhh..... Let me know when the ADULT one goes on sale and not the KIDS one.
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Don't see too many squat racks with a lat pull down. Looking into getting one for my home gym
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Quote from Banger View Post :
Max weight on lat pull is 250 lbs.; max weighs for each bar holder is 500 lbs.

Pssshhh..... Let me know when the ADULT one goes on sale and not the KIDS one.
Seriously, and nowhere to attach bands? I bet it even comes with a Vera Bradley neck pad and matching purse! (srsly, wish I had room for this in my garage)
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its tough to tell from the pictures, but it looks like the curl/lat pulldown pully uses standard size weights instead of Olympic? seems odd
They do. I have this exact rack and I love it. You can obviously use olympic weights, but I bought to adapters on Amazon to go from standard -> olympic
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Last edited by lemkeant April 22, 2016 at 01:11 PM
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They do. I have this exact rack and I love it. You can obviously use olympic weights, but I bought to adapters on Amazon to go from standard -> olympic
Could you link the adapters? I am having difficulty finding ones with decent reviews that fit the bd7. Also, how long have you had the adapters, and do you have any comments regarding their functionality? Thank you.
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Last edited by adarroudi April 23, 2016 at 07:35 AM
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Great rack. Wife and I have used our daily for over 2 years with no sign of wear except maybe the cable plastic splitting in spots. That's a bit of use though so I would expect that. It handles all the weight we can throw at it without any issues. Olympic weights work without adapters on the lat pull obviously. You dont need them.
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Could you link the adapters? I am having difficulty finding ones with decent reviews that fit the bd7. Also, how long have you had the adapters, and do you have any comments regarding their functionality? Thank you.
I'm on my phone and out of town, but I did get them at Amazon. I saw the same ones on EBay as well. I've had the rack for about 9 months but haven't had a single issue with the adapters or the rack itself. No cracks, etc
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I'm on my phone and out of town, but I did get them at Amazon. I saw the same ones on EBay as well. I've had the rack for about 9 months but haven't had a single issue with the adapters or the rack itself. No cracks, etc
No problem but when you get a chance please link the adapters. Thanks
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Last edited by adarroudi April 25, 2016 at 08:04 PM
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No problem but when you get a chance please link the adapters. Thanks
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00...ref=plSrch
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