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7' 45-lb PRCTZ Olympic Barbell w/ 2" Sleeve Diameter (Black, 700-lb Capacity) EXPIRED

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Walmart has 7' 45-lb PRCTZ Olympic Barbell w/ 2" Sleeve Diameter (Black, 700-lb Capacity) for $69.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Knurling position surface for a secure grip
  • Accommodates 2" Olympic style bumper plates
  • Built to hold heavy loads with a maximum weight capacity of 700 lbs
  • Great for isolated and full body workouts including squats, bench press, and deadlifts
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Walmart [walmart.com] has 7' 45-lb PRCTZ Olympic Barbell w/ 2" Sleeve Diameter (Chrome, 700-lb Capacity) for $69.49 Chrome NLA, only Black available
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About this item:
  • Knurling position surface for a secure grip
  • Accommodates 2" Olympic style bumper plates
  • Built to hold heavy loads with a maximum weight capacity of 700 lbs
  • Great for isolated and full body workouts including squats, bench press, and deadlifts
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If you're doing 20 reps of 400lbs, maybe this bar wasn't meant for you.
For $70 is probably safe to assume it's a bushing bar. I think Rogue bearing bars start in the $300-400 range.

Besides that bearing bars are way overrated. People only started caring about bars once Rogue started selling all kinds of fancy pants bars.

I have both types and use my cheap bushing bar 90% of the time because I like the knurl and diameter better. Honestly couldn't care less about the spin or whatever bearings get me

Edit. More like $600 range for a Rogue bearing bar…!
80% off the people on here will never bench 225 or deadlift 315. This bar will work fine for them imo. Esp at 70 bucks. I respect your opinion but I feel this bar can work for lots of people on SD.

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Awesome price for a beater barbell. I've never seen this particular one before and wonder what the actual load is. Of course the Dick's one comes to mind, which deforms at 315lb lol
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Awesome price for a beater barbell. I've never seen this particular one before and wonder what the actual load is. Of course the Dick's one comes to mind, which deforms at 315lb lol
I'll let you know once I get it. Ordered it last time it was posted
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Anyone have experience with this brand? Looking for a landmine bar, was planning on waiting until the rep fitness basic bar came back in stock but this might be a better deal for my intended use.
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Ordered one in black along with an Olympic curl bar on sale for $32. Thx poster
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Bushing or bearing?
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Don't order black, the paint chips off super easily!
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Bushing or bearing?
For $70 is probably safe to assume it's a bushing bar. I think Rogue bearing bars start in the $300-400 range.

Besides that bearing bars are way overrated. People only started caring about bars once Rogue started selling all kinds of fancy pants bars.

I have both types and use my cheap bushing bar 90% of the time because I like the knurl and diameter better. Honestly couldn't care less about the spin or whatever bearings get me

Edit. More like $600 range for a Rogue bearing bar…!
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Any bumper plates deals?
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For $70 is probably safe to assume it's a bushing bar. I think Rogue bearing bars start in the $300-400 range.

Besides that bearing bars are way overrated. People only started caring about bars once Rogue started selling all kinds of fancy pants bars.

I have both types and use my cheap bushing bar 90% off the time because I like the knurl and diameter better. Honestly couldn't care less about the spin or whatever bushings get me
Rogue the t-shirt company? I didn't realize they made other stuff. Stick Out Tongue

Ditto this. Bearings are great if you're working towards elite Oly lifting, but I've been perfectly happy with my generic bushing bar for (light) powerlifting and general fitness for 15+ years. Expensive bars are often overrated, I've tried blind tests with about 5-6 different bars and a lot comes down to good knurling and your personal preference.
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more discounts to come . . .
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For my reference, what would've been a good price for something like this (assuming accurate specs) pre pandemic?
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Rogue the t-shirt company? I didn't realize they made other stuff. Stick Out Tongue

Ditto this. Bearings are great if you're working towards elite Oly lifting, but I've been perfectly happy with my generic bushing bar for (light) powerlifting and general fitness for 15+ years. Expensive bars are often overrated, I've tried blind tests with about 5-6 different bars and a lot comes down to good knurling and your personal preference.
T shirt company. Hilarious 😂
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Bushing or bearing?
I'd be more concerned if a hex bolt were holding the sleeves on (which is most likely). Those tend to come loose in time and require frequent tightening. I know mine did.
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