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ETHOS Home Gym Folding Wall Rack $299.98

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Great deal for those who are wanting a collapsible home gym setup. Ethos has a few attachments available - not as many as others like Rogue or PRX. I suspect more will be coming. Be mindful that this system does not have open hole attachment - Ethos used a "nib" style mounting system on the vertical posts. Comes with a pull-up bar.

Check out the reviews, YouTube and Reddit for more helpful information. It was a no-brainer for us, saving over $300 alone on the rack.

Ethos also has a weight set with bar, wall mounted bench, and other wall mount accessories (for bar, weights, bands, etc.). These items are applicable to the 10% new customer sign-up. The Ethos Wall Rack is already discounted and not subject to any additional discounts.

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I bought this a few weeks ago, it's been at the price awhile. I haven't been able to install part of it because I have concrete walls with no wood studs. It seems to be decent quality and it's about half the price of other folding racks.
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1. it looked really small till you see it on the website. I was thinking network rack type size, lol wrong
2. I never knew these existed but wont fit my basement, a few inches too tall.
3. if you look on dicks site, man that gal is cut..
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I bought this a few weeks ago, it's been at the price awhile. I haven't been able to install part of it because I have concrete walls with no wood studs. It seems to be decent quality and it's about half the price of other folding racks.
Is concrete wall not a better choice ? besides needing a hammer drill ?
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Is concrete wall not a better choice ? besides needing a hammer drill ?
I'd say using Tapcon fasteners after drilling the correct size hole in concrete (drill bit comes with box of fasteners) is THE WAY TO GO when attaching the wall rack.
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Quote from Le-SerKale :
Is concrete wall not a better choice ? besides needing a hammer drill ?
I have this exact same rack on my block wall in my garage. I love it. And yes I needed to use my hammer drill and a trip to ace for the fasteners. I use a mixed of tapcons and those metal sleeves that expand when you hammer them in and then screw in a bolt.
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Are there safety bars available for this? Can't seem to find them on site.
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I'd say using Tapcon fasteners after drilling the correct size hole in concrete (drill bit comes with box of fasteners) is THE WAY TO GO when attaching the wall rack.
thats what I use for everything.. everything mounted in basement is tapcon..
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I'd love to find one with a multi-grip bar that isn't $800+
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I've had this rack for a year and I love it. I would totally recommend it
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Quote from JustinM8630 :
I bought this a few weeks ago, it's been at the price awhile. I haven't been able to install part of it because I have concrete walls with no wood studs. It seems to be decent quality and it's about half the price of other folding racks.
Last season it was $399. I have saved pics of it for someone.
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I saw this in store today. Looks great. Tag says price is good till Dec 24.
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Are there safety bars available for this? Can't seem to find them on site.
No safety bars. However I did drill holes for my own safety bars. I bought some safety bars for 3x3 racks and modified them with a step drill and angle grinder to clear the knub.
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No safety bars. However I did drill holes for my own safety bars. I bought some safety bars for 3x3 racks and modified them with a step drill and angle grinder to clear the knub.
Thanks. Not sure I want to mess with that vs buying the $399 Proform one that comes with them. Not shipping until mid-Jan though ☹️
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