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CAP Barbell Power Rack Exercise Stand / SQUAT rack - ships in 3 to 5 days $119.99

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SPECS – Assembled dimensions are 46" wide x 50" deep x 85" high
CONSTRUCTION – The 11- and 12- gauge steel tubing allows this bench to handle heavy weight securely, without compromise. Tested based on ASTM standards to hold up to 750 lbs. Recommended maximum weight capacity of 500 lbs.
MULTIPLE FEATURES – Built-in bar and weight storage. Double gusseted uprights provide exceptional stability and security. J-cup catches to safely hold barbell
RELIABLE PERFORMANCE – Durable powder coat finish and industrial zinc hardware provide exceptional maintenance-free durability
TRUST – Trust experience. CAP has been a pioneer in fitness for over 30 years and has locations worldwide. Chances are if you have EVER worked out, you have used a CAP product
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garbage. id say buy it and flip it...but gyms will be reopening within the next month.
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garbage. id say buy it and flip it...but gyms will be reopening within the next month.
It will work for most ppl and newbies for sure. Yes flip it- currently goes close to $400 in offerup
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There's also orange for $106...these prices don't seem to really be on sale
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There's also orange for $106...these prices don't seem to really be on sale
Fitness equipments are not about price now but availability
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It will work for most ppl and newbies for sure. Yes flip it- currently goes close to $400 in offerup
Just cause someone is asking that price doesnt mean it will sell for that price.
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I'm pretty sure this same squat rack in black color has sold for $59 multiple times in the past. If so, the vertical supports aren't even one continuous piece, they bolt together halfway up.

Edit: okay I just zoomed in on the picture and confirmed these bolt together in the middle of the vertical supports. You lose 2 placements for your bar supports this way, and also lose stability. Being tested to static hold 750 pounds isn't the same as being able to handle a kinetic drop of a bar loaded with plates. It's a bad design, period.
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I'm pretty sure this same squat rack in black color has sold for $59 multiple times in the past. If so, the vertical supports aren't even one continuous piece, they bolt together halfway up.

Edit: okay I just zoomed in on the picture and confirmed these bolt together in the middle of the vertical supports. You lose 2 placements for your bar supports this way, and also lose stability. Being tested to static hold 750 pounds isn't the same as being able to handle a kinetic drop of a bar loaded with plates. It's a bad design, period.
Whoa, that is so sketchy to have connecting vertical posts instead one piece O.o
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Got this for 50$ I think last year
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I'm pretty sure this same squat rack in black color has sold for $59 multiple times in the past. If so, the vertical supports aren't even one continuous piece, they bolt together halfway up.

Edit: okay I just zoomed in on the picture and confirmed these bolt together in the middle of the vertical supports. You lose 2 placements for your bar supports this way, and also lose stability. Being tested to static hold 750 pounds isn't the same as being able to handle a kinetic drop of a bar loaded with plates. It's a bad design, period.
I bought one of these as a backyard rack. I've had up to 315lbs on it and it held up. For anything heavy, I use my power rack as I definitely wouldn't trust this squat stand with much more than 300lbs.

For casual lifters this squat stand will do.
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Will this suffice for benching between 135-150 pounds?
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I'm pretty sure this same squat rack in black color has sold for $59 multiple times in the past. If so, the vertical supports aren't even one continuous piece, they bolt together halfway up.

Edit: okay I just zoomed in on the picture and confirmed these bolt together in the middle of the vertical supports. You lose 2 placements for your bar supports this way, and also lose stability. Being tested to static hold 750 pounds isn't the same as being able to handle a kinetic drop of a bar loaded with plates. It's a bad design, period.
Thank you for your reply. Canceled order
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