American Barbell LB Urethane Pro Series Plates

4.5/5

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4.5 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

American Barbell is the first company to manufacture a urethane bumper plate. These bumpers are exceptionally durable and have a very low bounce.

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Product Summary & Specs

American Barbell is the first company to manufacture a urethane bumper plate. These bumpers are exceptionally durable and have a very low bounce. We use German urethane to ensure the highest quality and bright, vibrant color.

Custom markings & logos are color molded into the color bumper plates create an excellent look and promote long lasting performance.

The 140MM hard chrome hub is a solid one-piece construction and has a chamfer for easy bar loading and reduced bar sleeve wear.

Diameter: 450MM

Plate Widths:

25LB: 1.5″ (39MM)

35LB: 1.76″ (45MM)

45LB: 2.05″ (52MM)

55LB: 2.27″ (58MM)

Type

25-lb-pair, 35-lb-pair, 45-lb-pair, 55-lb-pair

Diameter

450MM

Made In USA

No

25LB Plate Width

40MM

35LB Plate Width

46MM

45LB Plate Width

53MM

55LB Plate Width

58MM

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American Barbell LB Urethane Pro Series Plates
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