IronMind 12" Standard Plate Loading Pin

IronMind 12" Standard Plate Loading Pin
4.6/5

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4.6 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

It’s an easy way to hold a stack of barbell plates that you want to attach to anything from a Rolling Thunder to a De Rigueur Dipping Belt. First offered in 1990, IronMind’s loading pins have been a basic part of many workouts ever since.

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Product Summary & Specs

It’s an easy way to hold a stack of barbell plates that you want to attach to anything from a Rolling Thunder to a De Rigueur Dipping Belt. First offered in 1990, IronMind’s loading pins have been a basic part of many workouts ever since.

The exercise loading pin is 12″ long and 1″ in diameter and takes standard plates; use with the small connecting snap clip (1313A), which holds loads up to 200 lb.

No. 1313 (2 lb.) 12″ standard plate loading pin only (no snap clip) $34.95

*Loading pin is required for:

  • Rolling Thunder Revolving Deadlift Handle
  • Hub-style Pinch Gripper
  • Blockbuster Pinch Grip Block
  • One Wicked Wrist Roller
  • Little Big Horn
  • Outer Limits Loops
  • Claw Curl
  • R-Ring

Loading pin is recommended for:

  • Twist Yo’ Wrist
  • De Rigueur Dipping Belt
  • SUPER SQUATS Hip Belt
  • Headstrap Fit for Hercules
  • Eagle Loops
Color

Black

Diameter

1"

Length

12"

Weight

2 LB

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IronMind 12" Standard Plate Loading Pin
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GGR Builtscore: 4.6/5
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