Rogue R-4 Power Rack

4.4/5

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4.375 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Rogue R-4 Power Rack is the big brother of the original Westside-inspired R-3 Rack, offering a larger footprint (53″ x 53″) and more space inside the rack (43″ inside depth). Whether utilized for a garage gym or the elite-level college/pro strength and conditioning format, the R-Series Power Rack is the foundation for a power athlete’s training needs.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The Rogue R-4 Power Rack is the big brother of the original Westside-inspired R-3 Rack, offering a larger footprint (53″ x 53″) and more space inside the rack (43″ inside depth). Whether utilized for a garage gym or the elite-level college/pro strength and conditioning format, the R-Series Power Rack is the foundation for a power athlete’s training needs.The standard R-4 features 2 x 3″ 11 Gauge Steel uprights (90 3/8″ tall) with 5/8″ holes in the Westside pattern–1″ through the bench

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

Length

43"

Width

47"

Height

90 3/8"

Steel Notes

2×3" 11-Gauge Steel

Foot Print

53" x 53"

Hardware Size

5/8"

Other Product Specs

Includes (2) Infinity J-Cups, (2) Pin/Pipe Safeties, (4) Band Pegs

Westside Hole Spacing

Yes

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Rogue R-4 Power Rack
Rated 4.375 out of 5 stars
8 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.4/5
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