Rogue Machined Olympic Plates

Rogue Machined Olympic Plates
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Available here in a unique gray hammertone finish with raised black text, Rogue’s Machined Olympic Plates offer greater precision than many comparable steel plates in the industry.

Sold in pairs or as a complete 245LB set, these time-tested cast iron plates range from 2.

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Product Summary & Specs

Available here in a unique gray hammertone finish with raised black text, Rogue’s Machined Olympic Plates offer greater precision than many comparable steel plates in the industry.

Sold in pairs or as a complete 245LB set, these time-tested cast iron plates range from 2.5LB up to 45LB, with custom orders available to equip your affiliate or home gym as needed.

Classic steel Olympic plates are still the gold standard for many serious lifters, and quality machining can mean the difference between a PR and a near miss.

Specifications:

  • Precision Machined Cast Iron
  • Heavy-Duty Gray Hammertone Finish w/ Black Text
  • Weight Increments: 2.5LB, 5LB, 10LB, 25LB, 35LB, 45LB
  • Weight Tolerance: + 2% / – 0% (25-45LB plates), +/- 3% (2.5-10LB plates)
Type

2.5-lb-pair, 5-lb-pair, 10-lb-pair, 25-lb-pair, 35-lb-pair, 45-lb-pair

Made In USA

No

Weight Tolerance

+ 2% / – 0%

10LB Plate Diameter

228MM

25LB Plate Diameter

300MM

35LB Plate Diameter

360MM

45LB Plate Diameter

448MM

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