Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack

Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
4.4/5

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4.375 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

A step above our residential rack with thicker steel and band pegs, but not the price tag of feature-rich, bestseller flat foot syle light commercial, the utility rack falls right in the middle offering you an excellent middle of the road option.

Here’s why the utility rack would be the perfect fit in your gym:

  1. It’s fantastic for kipping due to being a trademarked word I can’t use it directly, but if you’re really into a sport that is a CROSS of several other strength sports that gets you super FIT, then you’re going to want a rack that’s great for kipping.
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Product Summary & Specs

A step above our residential rack with thicker steel and band pegs, but not the price tag of feature-rich, bestseller flat foot syle light commercial, the utility rack falls right in the middle offering you an excellent middle of the road option.

Here’s why the utility rack would be the perfect fit in your gym:

  1. It’s fantastic for kipping due to being a trademarked word I can’t use it directly, but if you’re really into a sport that is a CROSS of several other strength sports that gets you super FIT, then you’re going to want a rack that’s great for kipping. The utility rack is extra tall, bolts to the ground and features a 1.25″ single, bare steel pull up bar that is perfect for butterfly pull-ups and minimizes the chance of hand tears.
  2. Small footprint space is a huge factor when outfitting your garage gym, and while a sweet, roomy rack is ideal, sometimes it’s just not going to be good for the overall design of your home gym.
  3. It’s got an optional lat attachment while all of our power racks have a lat attachment option, we’re the only company (at the time of this description) that offer a fully functional lat attachment with this style of rack. A high-value feature that can add a lot more variety of exercises to your workout for a minimal cost.

The utility rack features superior 1” spacing through the bench and pull zone, and 2” spacing above and below allow you to select the perfect height for your jcups, for precision lift offs that can make the difference between a good rep and a superb rep.

A large selection of accessories is available to add versatility and excitement to your workouts, such as lever arms and/or a monolift.

Please note this rack is meant to be bolted to the floor and includes concrete anchors.

Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Hardware Size

5/8"

Westside Hole Spacing

Yes

Steel Gauge

12-Gauge

Laser Cut Numbers

No

Pull Up Bar

Yes

Upright Size

2.3"x2.3"

Weight Capacity

700 LB

GGR Reviews

Bells of Steel Utility Power Rack
Rated 4.375 out of 5 stars
8 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.4/5
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