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Cap Barbell Deluxe Power Rack (FM-CB8000F) $139.99 via WOOT w/ Free Prime Ship

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Amazon wants about $200 for the same rack. So, about 30% off Amazon's price. Nobody else appeared to be close.
  • Heavy-Duty Construction – Steel Construction Comprised of 12- and 14-Gauge Steel Thickness; Overhead Workout Station Is Made With High Grade Tubular Steel
  • Durable & Reliable – 3-Step Powder Coat Finish for Exceptional Durability; Gussets for Extra Reinforced Support; Capped Frame Ends to Prevent Oxidation
  • Features – 2 plate posts, 3 band posts on each side to add resistance, 2 j-cup bar catches, 2 safety catches, pull-up bar & bar holders with ABS sleeves to prevent scratches when removing/storing an Olympic bar
  • Versatile – Use this power rack to perform squats, deadlifts, pull-ups and more | Incorporate an adjustable bench for added versatility
  • Specs – Assembled Dimensions(WxDxH) 61.4" x 45.6" x 85" | Max Weight Capacity: 300 lbs(Bar Catches), 300 lbs(Pull Up Bar), 500 lbs Combined | Min Barbell Shaft Length: 47"
  • Bands, weights & other accessories not included



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I have this rack and find it is adequate for most things I want to do. It certainly isn't a full size power rack but you can get everything done you want done without breaking the bank. The pull up bar has a nice knurl to it and it always feels steady when I lug my former powerlifter self up on it. I have not tried to truly max out the capacity so there might be something to be wanted when you hit the upper ends of the limits.

If you are just starting out you probably won't find a better rack for this price. It is well constructed and the height/footprint is small enough to be in my basement.

A couple of cons: mine did not have one of the plate holders due to a packaging issue and it took a long time to get another. You will need another weight storage tower since there are only 2 plate holders.
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That's a squat stand, not a power rack. Cheap though.
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Quote from HonestMammoth473 :
That's a squat stand, not a power rack. Cheap though.
I hate when they miss brand Power racks…Cheap! but the bar max cap is 300lb…
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If I wanted to use this to bench, would that be dumb af?
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Quote from 843cantey :
If I wanted to use this to bench, would that be dumb af?
No unless you're pushing the 300lb capacity which at that point I'd like to think you have a spotter or perfected the roll away technique
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Quote from 843cantey :
If I wanted to use this to bench, would that be dumb af?
Most people who have these racks probably do that more than squat.
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I love mine and paid $215 during Covid. This is a steal!

It's a wee bit wobbly, but not concerning. The real reason to choose this over a full cage is that it fits much better towards a wall and doesn't dominate the whole room. Ours is in a multipurpose rec room and that works well. The benefits of a cage weren't worth it to us, but YMMV.

You won't be disappointed at $140.
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I CANT BELIEVE I MISSED IT!!!!!

Good find OP
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