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ProGear 1600 Ultra Strength Squat Rack Power Cage w/ 800lb Weight Capacity EXPIRED

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Walmart has ProGear 1600 Ultra Strength Squat Rack Power Cage w/ 800lb Weight Capacity (3810) on sale for $209. Shipping is free.

Walmart also has ProGear 1300 12-Position Adjustable Weight Bench and Leg Hold Down (1300) on sale for $99. Shipping is free.

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  • ProGear 1600 Ultra Strength Squat Rack Power Cage:
    • Large walk-in space providing easy side-to-side movement
    • 2" x 2" square steel frame construction
    • 2 J-hooks with easy lock-in design for racking/un-racking Olympic bars
    • Two 23" long chrome, dual-mounted safety bars
    • Strength training power rack has 19 adjustable height levels for the safety bars
    • Safety bars are compatible with 7' Olympic bars
    • Multi-position overhead chin-up/pull-up grip bars
    • Strength training power rack has 2 rear stability bars
    • Can be combined with the ProGear 1300 Adjustable Weight Bench or ProGear 1500 Flat Weight Bench (sold separately)
    • Suitable for squats, shrugs, chin-ups/pull-ups, incline/decline bench presses and other strength training exercises
    • Olympic bar and weight plates not included
    • ProGear 1600 power cage requires some assembly
    • Warranty: 1-year limited warranty
    • Set up dimensions: 50.4"L x 46.3"W x 83.7"H
    • Set up weight: 127.4 lbs
  • ProGear 1300 12-Position Adjustable Weight Bench:
    • Strong powder coated tubular steel frame construction
    • User height up to 6'4"
    • Incline, flat, and decline positions
    • Smooth 12 position adjustable backrest by utilizing 2 position front leg adjustment
    • Backrest adjusts to -20 degree decline to +80 degree incline angles
    • Detachable 4 position adjustable leg hold down bar for additional stability during workouts
    • Independent backrest adjustments
    • 1.75" thick foam backrest
    • 10" W x 33.5" L extended backrest
    • Large seat (15.3" W x 14.5" L)
    • 2 position adjustable front leg
    • Can be folded for storage

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    • The price of the ProGear 1600 is priced $88 lower (29.6% savings) than the list price of $297.
  • About this product:
    • The ProGear 1600:
      • Has a rating of 4.6 from over 360 Walmart customer reviews.
    • The ProGear 1300:
      • Has a rating of 4.5 from over 290 Walmart customer reviews.
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I have this too. I've been wanting to upgrade myself, but with my setup and accessories already bought in, I really see no logical reason to. The pull down attachment is great, the capacity is more than I'll ever bench and probably more than 99.99% of anyone on SD.

Been using this for 3 years now and has been tested by garagegymreviews (Coop) if you don't believe me.

I would get the following attachments: pull down, jcups from Amazon, land mine attachment, dip bar attachments. Good to go. No need for the conversion sleeves for the pull down, the mini bars have been holding my cast iron plates well up to 90lbs each side.

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Bench appears to be a rebrand of this: https://www.amazon.com/Fitness-Re...4383&psc=1

Both are made by paradigm health and fitness
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Can anyone comment on the hole spacing and the equipment that is compatible with this ?

Thanks
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The rack is the exact same model as the Fitness Reality Super Max 810 XLT. I bought it last year and it's pretty solid for what I do. I was hoping that the lat pulldown attachment goes on sale.
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Does anyone have this bench? how is the quality and can it really support that much weight?TIA
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Walmart has a Weider bench for the same price. That one 610 pounds capacity but has more attachments.

I ordered both to see which one is better. I do not need a bench that supports a larger weight and the options on the Weider look great.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/seort/755443857
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How does this compare to the front page deal BalanceFrom?
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Quote from spooky187 :
Can anyone comment on the hole spacing and the equipment that is compatible with this ?

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If I recall correctly it has 3" spacing. I'm still highly considering this unit from the reviews that I've been digging up.
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Walmart has a Weider bench for the same price. That one 610 pounds capacity but has more attachments.

I ordered both to see which one is better. I do not need a bench that supports a larger weight and the options on the Weider look great.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/seort/755443857
Do you know the length of the backrest? I see from ProGear, it's claimed to have "full length" backrest so your head will be fully supported. How about the length of the Weider?
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Do you know the length of the backrest? I see from ProGear, it's claimed to have "full length" backrest so your head will be fully supported. How about the length of the Weider?
I'm not sure of that. Perhaps they have the dimensions on their site specs. I ordered it and it will be about a week before it's delivered.
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If I recall correctly it has 3" spacing. I'm still highly considering this unit from the reviews that I've been digging up.
I have the Fitness Reality branded version of this cage and confirm it has 3" spacing, 2"x2" and 1" holes. I still think the cage is great, but my next cage must have westside spacing.
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I have the Fitness Reality branded version of this cage and confirm it has 3" spacing, 2"x2" and 1" holes. I still think the cage is great, but my next cage must have westside spacing.
I have this too. I've been wanting to upgrade myself, but with my setup and accessories already bought in, I really see no logical reason to. The pull down attachment is great, the capacity is more than I'll ever bench and probably more than 99.99% of anyone on SD.

Been using this for 3 years now and has been tested by garagegymreviews (Coop) if you don't believe me.

I would get the following attachments: pull down, jcups from Amazon, land mine attachment, dip bar attachments. Good to go. No need for the conversion sleeves for the pull down, the mini bars have been holding my cast iron plates well up to 90lbs each side.
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I have this too. I've been wanting to upgrade myself, but with my setup and accessories already bought in, I really see no logical reason to. The pull down attachment is great, the capacity is more than I'll ever bench and probably more than 99.99% of anyone on SD.

Been using this for 3 years now and has been tested by garagegymreviews (Coop) if you don't believe me.

I would get the following attachments: pull down, jcups from Amazon, land mine attachment, dip bar attachments. Good to go. No need for the conversion sleeves for the pull down, the mini bars have been holding my cast iron plates well up to 90lbs each side.
100% agree with your post - The pull down attachment is worth the money and opens up so may more movements. Add a couple more pulleys and you have a poor mans functional trainer.

I picked up an American Barbell Rotating Solid Pressdown V-Bar, and the Prime Fitness knockoffs from Ali express which have been fantastic and high quality. (https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3...4itemAdapt) I haven't used any of my older accessories after getting the knockoffs and pressdown V bar.

If you like MAGs, you'll love the Prime handles. 10/10, would recommend!
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Got this for my son and I about a year ago. Held up well, solid enough. Only thing that I don't like is the bar hooks. They are pretty small and can sometimes be hard to hit when fatigued and trying to push out one more rep. I'm going to weld up some better one when I get the time. Not a deal breaker but on,y thing I really don't like.

I got the;
Fitness LAT and Lift Pulley System Gym - Upgraded LAT Pull Down Cable Machine Attachments, Loading Pin, Handle and Tricep Rope, for Biceps Curl, Forearm, Triceps Exercise Home Gym Equipment
From Amazon for $70 and with that we can do pretty much everything we need to
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