Rogue Monster Slinger

4.6/5

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4.5555555555556 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
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Made in USA

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Product Summary & Specs

The rack-mounted Rogue Monster Slinger™ is a new cable-pulley and band resistance system that can deliver the same training benefits of a traditional Lat Pulldown Machine with better space and cost efficiency. Compatible exclusively with Monster 2.0 Power Racks and the racked version of our Monster Rig 2.0, the Monster Slinger package includes adjustable components for set-up on a 90”, 100”, or 108” unit. Customers can also opt to add compatible Rogue attachment straps and bands to their order, sold separately.

The Monster Slinger Base Unit includes:

  • (2) Slinger Mounting Plates
  • (2) 6″ Cable Pulleys
  • (1) 1/4″ MIL Spec Cable with Rogue made hardware
  • (1) Monster Attachment Post + Carabiner
  • (1) Slinger Extension Strap
  • (1) Slinger Band Sheath
  • (2) Carabiners
  • (2) Black Zinc 1″ Monster Bolt Assemblies
  • (2) Rubber Grommets

Once installed, the front of the Slinger will extend approximately 7″ out from the face of the upright it is mounted above, and approximately 7″ above the top of that same upright.

Optional Grip Strap & Carabiner Pair
For customers planning to install the Slinger on a 108” tall rack, this add-on package can help compensate for the cable usage difference, allowing shorter athletes to have a freer range of motion and a more effective workout. The strap itself is 12” long x 1.5” wide.

Optional Rogue Stainless Steel Lat Bar Attachment

  • Fully knurled w/ laser-cut Rogue branding and Black Zinc/Bright Zinc finish.
  • 1.125″ diameter, 48″ across

Optional Tricep Strap & Resistance Band Kit
Comes with an assortment of bands for tricep work and gradual adjustments on lat pulldown movements:

  • (2) #0 Orange Monster Bands (15 LB resistance)*
  • (1) #1 Red Monster Band (30 LB)*
  • (1) #2 Blue Monster Band (50 LB)*
  • (1) #3 Green Monster Band (65 LB)*
  • Choice of either (1) Rogue Tricep Strap or (1) Pioneer Leather Tricep Strap

*Due to the 41” length of our Monster Bands, we suggest doubling up each band, i.e., feeding the band through the bottom carabiner (attached to the extension strap) until it is centered, then connecting both ends of the band to the top carabiner (attached to the cable). This will greatly increase the resistance beyond the bands’ standard LB increments.

Customers interested in lighter weights can also explore our full line-up of Monster Bands, available a la carte. Important: All resistance bands are wear and tear items and should be inspected prior to each and every use. We always recommend that the provided Slinger Band Sheath be used in conjunction with resistance bands on the Monster Slinger.

Specifications:

  • Patent Pending Design
  • Rack-Mounted Cable Pulley / Lat Pulldown System
  • Compatible ONLY with Rogue Monster Rack 2.0 and racked Monster Rig 2.0 units
  • Extends 7” out from and above upright to which it is mounted
  • Attachment straps and resistance bands sold separately from standard package
  • User Assembly Required
Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

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