REP SR-4000 Squat Rack

REP SR-4000 Squat Rack

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The REP Fitness redesigned 4000 Series Squat Rack offers maximum stability with bombproof construction and improved compatibility with REP attachments!

Uprights now come in 3×3” 11-gauge steel with 5/8” hardware. Our favorite feature of this Squat Rack is that it will work with almost all of the accessories in REP’s 4000 series line up – yes, even our Monolift and ISO Arms.

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Product Summary & Specs

The REP Fitness redesigned 4000 Series Squat Rack offers maximum stability with bombproof construction and improved compatibility with REP attachments!

Uprights now come in 3×3” 11-gauge steel with 5/8” hardware. Our favorite feature of this Squat Rack is that it will work with almost all of the accessories in REP’s 4000 series line up – yes, even our Monolift and ISO Arms. You’re welcome. The long, flat-footed base helps promote stability while also alleviating the need to bolt the rack down. Athletes performing kipping pull-ups or other gymnastic movements will find that this rack is rock solid – Add weight onto the rear weight horns or bolt your rack to the ground (utilizing the pre-drilled feet) and this rack can handle just about anything you’ll throw at it.

Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Finish

Powder Coat

Product Weight

230 LB

Height

96"

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