Oak Club James Hook J-Cups

Oak Club James Hook J-Cups
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Versatility in a J-Cup, who expected that?
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Our James Hook’s are manufactured from 3/8″ and 1/4″ welded steel. The unique shape and size of the 1″ UHMW backboard provides more flexibility when re-racking your barbell, as well as offers guidance during balance challenging lifts such as barbell calf raises, or acts as a barrier between you and the barbell during pull lifts such as barbell shrugs.

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Product Summary & Specs

Versatility in a J-Cup, who expected that?
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Our James Hook’s are manufactured from 3/8″ and 1/4″ welded steel. The unique shape and size of the 1″ UHMW backboard provides more flexibility when re-racking your barbell, as well as offers guidance during balance challenging lifts such as barbell calf raises, or acts as a barrier between you and the barbell during pull lifts such as barbell shrugs. The back and clasp is lined with 1/4″ UHMW, providing the ultimate protection to your rack posts. All UHMW is secured using only flush mount hex hardware. Choose to include a set of size matched stainless steel securing pins (MagPins) which utilize magnetic energy to hold securely in place while still allowing easy removal when desired.

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Color

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