- 1″ Round Solid Steel Pins
- Distance between holes – 2″
- 28 Holes with numbers for Adjustments
- Heavy Duty “J” Hooks
- Olympic Plate Holder
Deep knurled front chinning bar. Black powder coated. 26″ between posts. Size: 48.5″ x 48″ x 82.5″H. Attachments can be added.
Reviews of Super Power Rack-Black
Review 1: Super Rack!
Wow! I can finally do heavy back squats and bench press alone, without a spotter safely.
No more front squats and dumbbell bench press.
Compared with racks one to three hundred more. All had lower weight ratings, five to seven hundred. This one is rated for a thousand pounds.
Amazon had the best deal on shipping. Came quickly.
Had to make a fast trip to the hardware store, missing four bolts. That’s really the only negative. A couple of the numbers had a little piece of the number two missing. Changing the heights of the hooks and bars have made some minor scratches of the powder coating, as has throwing the weighted bar around. Nothing major.
Also this thing is huge. Four foot by four foot by seven foot high. Then you have a standard seven foot Olympic bar, if like me, plus weight plates and a nice F.I.D. bench. The room I have this in is ten by nine foot six, and it is tight. Like no room for the wife’s exercise bike, tight.
Review 2: This is an excellent product. I bought this to put in a …
This is an excellent product. I bought this to put in a room dedicated to my workout equipment, which the height of this product is perfect for (around 7 ft; perfect for a regular sized room). There is no compromise with quality either. The steel gauge is solid and does not wobble even when I tried to do it on purpose. The pegs in the back will help stabilize it further if you plan on doing weighted pull ups.
The bolts used to hold the entire thing together are solid! I would not be surprised if this rack can take on a few more hundred pounds than what it is rated for. I paired this with a set of 300lb Olympic weights and an X-Mark FID bench for under $1000 shipped. You can also buy the lat attachment for this as well from NYBB website, which gave me excellent support during the purchase. I was originally comparing this rack to the PPR200, Atlas, and the Titan but I am glad I went with this one. Shipping was surprisingly quick, and the product itself is a tank!
Review 3: Pretty nice rack for the price
Just received mine today and here is what I found from when I received to the build. So it was delivered in two packages very tightly packed together with plastic wrap from a friendly fed ex delivery guy a day earlier than expected. The actual box was kinda tattered with tape all around it. Opening the package all the parts were in a thin foam wrap.There were a few little scratches and the painted numbers were kinda blurry along with one of the j hooks being kind of bent in .
However I had some black rustoleum paint to cover up the scratches and a hammer and pliers for the j hook. Putting it together by myself seemed pretty straightforward seeing as the instruction manual was made by a chimp or something, So I winged it and had it up 45-60 mins. Nothing was missing, All bolts, nuts with a excessive amount of washer’s were all there. I tested out the pull up bar (I’m 245 lbs) and no shaky movements along with squatting 315 lbs and felt safe. Good buy for beginner’s like me.
Pro’s: cost effective
easy to set up
pull up bar included (attachment’s available)
Con’s: scratches on the rack.