PowerLine PCCO90X Cable Crossover
- Crossover machine offers total body conditioning with a 180 degree range of motion
- Includes two cable handles and one ankle strap; chin-up handles, weight plates, and collars sold separately
- Large diameter, high-resin top and bottom pulleys
- Professional carriage system travels on patented nylon bushings
- 10 Year frame warranty, one-year warranty covers all other parts
Work out and build up nearly every muscle group with this total-body conditioning pulley system Super-durable, wide, tall steel frame with 8 total large-diameter, sealed ball-bearing, high-resin pulleys Professional carriage system travels on nylon brushings Top and bottom pulleys swivel smoothly with 180 degrees of friction-less movement in all directions Accepts both Olympic and standard weight plates Includes 2 cable handles and 1 ankle strap
Dimensions: 112L x 39W x 82H inches
Manufacturer’s warranty included – see Product Guarantee area for complete details
About Body Solid Body
Solid has been making high-quality strength training and exercise equipment for over 20 years. Designed for today’s workouts, Body Solid machines feature innovative technology and distinctive styling that suits your home. Body Solid equipment meets the challenges of today’s busy lifestyle while providing you with the utmost in advanced home exercise. From space-saving designs that suit any room, to full-sized gym systems with every available station, Body Solid gives you the features you want at a price you can afford.
All components of all machines are covered by a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty; something you won’t find from any other manufacturer in the industry.
Extra-wide and tall steel frame.
8 ball-bearing pulleys – top and bottom swivel 180°. Accepts Olympic and standard weight plates.
Dimensions: 112L x 39W x 82H inches. Manufacturer’s warranty included (see product guarantee).
Reviews of PowerLine PCCO90X Cable Crossover
Review 1: Gets the job done for 1/5 of the price of any other cable crossover on market
Exactly as expected. By far, the cheapest cable crossover on the market and gets the job done. Fits both standard and olympic weights. I was debating getting a standard weight to olympic weight adapter (usually $30 for a pair), but they’re not really needed. The olympic plates don’t really wobble too much if your lift is controlled.
Easy to assemble. NOTE: Be sure to do steps 5 and 6 AT THE SAME TIME. I made the mistake of putting all the pulleys on before threading the cable. Had to take the pulleys off and redo everything.
After it’s setup, also be sure to spray the bottle they give you to the vertical silver bars so the slider can slide easily. Without the spray, you’ll experience some friction, which isn’t ideal since you want the weights to create the friction.
As another reviewer pointed out, if you add a lot of weight and use the bottom pulley system, the bottom parts of the machine will start to slide in. The fix? Cinder blocks. Cleared that problem right up.
I’ve been in and out of gyms in a variety of locations/states for the last 15 years, so I’d like to think I have a good idea of what quality should look like. This is the bare minimum, but again, for the price, it cannot be beat. Will do everything you need.
Review 2: Excellent addition to a home gym
I, just like anyone else who purchases from Amazon, read all the reviews, good and bad, prior to making my purchase. I can’t be happier with this piece of equipment. VERY EASY to set up, only took an hour from unboxing to set up. I have had NO issues with the weights sliding up and down unlike what I read in some of the reviews. I was missing the two handle clips, called customer service and the second day delivered the items without any issues. I highly recommend this piece of equipment for a home gym.
Review 3: Getting it done now in my basement.
Been using for about 2 weeks. Solid build in a mostly compact package. For those saying assembly instructions lack–body solid must have fixed that issue. Pretty explicit instructions included with mine. I had no issues assembling my crossover machine.I have the plastic guides installed in mine and the weight carriages have no issues moving freely. The were a little sticky at first, but the lube fixed that with no issue. Glides like a commercial unit now.
Max weight I’ve had on one side so far is 300lbs and didn’t seem to have any issue. I would suggest using clips for exercises that take you away from the centerline of the machine (i.e. Lower/upper chest crossover). I’ve found this makes the weights “rattle” a bit and they can slide off the posts. No issue once I out clips on.
Weight ratio is essentially 1:2. If you properly evaluate this pulley system, the math tells you so. It’s not 1:1 or 1:3 like some people have said. So essentially for every pound you load on there you’re getting .5lbs of tension requirement.
Includes handles are a little goofy. They work just fine but I’m used to the compact D-handle style so I purchased additional handles. Also added on the straight bicep bar, triceps v-bar and tricep rope. Then added close grip pulldown handles and wide lat bar. All have been useful with this machine (depending on weight-rep ratio of your workout…it’s tough to go heavy on lat pulldowns as you don’t have anything to hold your legs down).
I did a ton of research and mulled this decision over for two weeks before purchasing…but I’m glad I did. All the workouts I was trying to accomplish at home using bands are now being executed in an almost commerial-gym-type manner. Its worth the money and worth the 1 hour of assembly time. Also noted the listed dimensions are dead on: my drop ceiling clearance was 85″ and this just sneaks in perfectly.