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  • This features 2" x 2" square steel frame construction and 19 adjustable height levels for the safety bars. The safety bars are compatible with 7' Olympic bars. Per the description: The Fitness Reality 810XLT Power Cage can be combined with the Fitness Reality 1000 Super Max Weight Bench to extend your training routines to over 20 exercise workouts. -Corwin
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Super solid rack (I own one). Cheapest I have ever seen it priced. Can also pick up their bench (which I also own and is extremely sturdy) for $75, cheapest I have seen that as well.

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GTFO of here with "outgrow this rack." A fraction of a fraction of a fraction of people ever come remotely close to a 600 lb squat.

This looks like a great deal, if you are on the fence about a home gym get this rack, the elite fitness olympic set on here earlier today, a sturdy flat (NON-adjustable) bench, a decent powerlifting program online (e.g., Madcow) and start lifting. Pretty much everything you need for less than $500.
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looking from what some are posting, many may be curling the rack itself
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I own this. Excellent value for a brand new rack. I bought another set of J hooks that I use to bench with but other than that I'm very happy with it. I'm 295lbs and do pull ups and have zero problems with it. I also bench and squat over four hundred and again, zero problems.
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Lowest price ever according to the 3 Camels. The seller is Amazon, so you may get taxed, but the shipping may be free.

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800 lbs weight capacity for both cage... Large walk in space providing easy side to side movement

2" x 2" square steel frame construction. Two 3 1/4" long chrome lock on safety bars. Two 23" long chrome dual mounted safety bars

19 adjustable height levels for the safety bars. Safety bars are Compatible with 7' Olympic bars

Multi-position over head chin up/pull up grip bars. Olympic bar and weight plates not included
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Anybody know why this rack is so inexpensive compared to others? Seems like a really good deal.
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Anybody know why this rack is so inexpensive compared to others? Seems like a really good deal.
No idea. The Atlas Power Rack was the one that was frequently recommended in the $200 range. The Atlas did a max weight of, I believe 1,000 pounds. So this is close. I know many people would outgrow this rack. But honestly, at this point in my life, I don't think I will need anything more than this, it has an 800 pound limit.
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this or the valor fitness bd-7 anybody have experience with both?
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this or the valor fitness bd-7 anybody have experience with both?
I'd take the Valor if the price was the same. Especially with the pulley attachment. I don't use that much. And if I want it, I can use the cable row, lat pull, etc. that are at the station.

Because of that, it's not worth the price difference to me. Even when it was FP, it was $360 for the Valor. That's a huge percentage difference. https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?searchin=first&vote=10&forumchoice%5B%5D=9&forumchoice%5B%5D=30&forumchoice%5B%5D=71&q=valor+fitness+bd-7&r=1
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this or the valor fitness bd-7 anybody have experience with both?
One is 3x the price of the other, so it better be better...
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I'm more interested in the build quality and thickness of the steel than anything else
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No idea. The Atlas Power Rack was the one that was frequently recommended in the $200 range. The Atlas did a max weight of, I believe 1,000 pounds. So this is close. I know many people would outgrow this rack. But honestly, at this point in my life, I don't think I will need anything more than this, it has an 800 pound limit.
Went ahead and got the rack. Almost got the bench too, but it has some issues according to the reviews: 1) doesn't sit flat, 2) flimsy material, 3) thin back.
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I'm more interested in the build quality and thickness of the steel than anything else
The reviews seem positive. I pulled the trigger. A commercial unit on Craiglist would probably be better. But people want crazy 💰 around here.

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Went ahead and got the rack. Almost got the bench too, but it has some issues according to the reviews: 1) doesn't sit flat, 2) flimsy material, 3) thin back.
Some people say it is flat. But the ones that say it doesn't did impact my decision. I don't need a bench right now.
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I'd take the Valor if the price was the same. Especially with the pulley attachment. I don't use that much. And if I want it, I can use the cable row, lat pull, etc. that are at the station.

Because of that, it's not worth the price difference to me. Even when it was FP, it was $360 for the Valor. That's a huge percentage difference. https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?searchin=first&vote=10&forumchoice%5B%5D=9&forumchoice%5B%5D=30...
I personally wouldn't pay 2x the price for a shitty pulley system, you can go to lowes or ace and make your own for less than 50 bucks. For the price this is great, I'd go to craigslist and watch out for one out of a old high school or other gym that you could get for an amazing price and is a "real" power rack, welded joints etc, if you're wanting to spend 400+.
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I personally wouldn't pay 2x the price for a shitty pulley system, you can go to lowes or ace and make your own for less than 50 bucks. For the price this is great, I'd go to craigslist and watch out for one out of a old high school or other gym that you could get for an amazing price and is a "real" power rack, welded joints etc, if you're wanting to spend 400+.
I'm borrowing one of those "real" racks from a friend. It is awesome! But he is going to need the unit again in the future. So I went ahead and bought this.

I don't really use the pulley system. I just do pull ups and lift.
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800 lbs? Do you even lift bro?
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If it's 800lb limit, what would the realistic safe weight be if you had to bail on a squat for example? where my math people at haha
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