Rogue Monster Socket Pull-Up Bar



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The Socket Pull-Up Bar gives athletes and gym owners the opportunity to customize their bar with a Cerakote color finish and/or barbell-style knurling for added grip. It’s also available in a stainless steel option.

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Product Summary & Specs

The Socket Pull-Up Bar gives athletes and gym owners the opportunity to customize their bar with a Cerakote color finish and/or barbell-style knurling for added grip. It’s also available in a stainless steel option.Compatible with a 43″ wide space on any existing Rogue Monster Series rack or rig, this version of the Socket Pull-Up Bar ships standard with (2) MG Black mounting sockets and (4) Bright Zinc bolt assemblies measuring 1″ x 4.75″. Socket mounting holes are 6″ on center. The bar itself is 1.125″ in diameter, and all Cerakote-coated versions include the Rogue logo in the center.This is our first pull-up bar available in exclusive Cerakote color finishes. Cerakote is used widely in the gun industry for its remarkable durability in thin applications, and it delivers superb abrasion/wear/corrosion resistance over time–100X that of standard black zinc. Match your bar to your existing rack, a team color scheme, etc.Both the Cerakote and stainless steel Socket Pull-Up Bar can be ordered in your choice of a Smooth (no knurl) or Knurled version. The knurled bar features a smooth center portion that’s 17.4″ wide, with dual knurl marks on each end that match the spacing on standard Olympic and Powerlifting barbells. The knurl pattern is firm enough for a reliable added grip, but non-abrasive.The Monster Socket Pull-Up Bar is a single, solid round bar, precision machined in the USA using 7-gauge steel construction. It’s compatible with any 43″ space on a Monster Series rack or rig, and is equipped with a pair of durable mounting sockets to insure its stability after installation. Two button-head screws lock the bar into the sockets to prevent spinning (a 7/32″ allen wrench is required to tighten), and all needed hardware is provided and finished in Bright Zinc. The combined weight of the pull-up bar and sockets (excluding the hardware) is 16LB.The shaft of the Pull-Up Curl Bar is chrome plated and finished with a black “E-coat”–the first pull-up bar we’ve produced with this unique finish. E-coating is an electrically-applied paint coating initially developed for the automotive industry due to its superior coverage, adhesion, and corrosion resistance. E-coating creates a super even finish without dripping, pooling or gaps. It’s got cosmetic appeal, but is also consistently tough, uniform, and chip resistant.Customers wishing to purchase multiple Socket Pull-Up Bars of different finishes can swap out one bar for another inside any compatible rack/rig. This allows multiple athletes to switch out bars with/without knurling, or to change colors if a certain team is coming in to train. The bar will need to be dis-assembled from the rack before making a swap.

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Product Weight

16 LB





Size Compatibility

3×3" Tubing 1" Hole

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Rogue Monster Socket Pull-Up Bar
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