Rogue RE-4 Echo Rack

4.8/5

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4.8 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
Based on 5 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Echo R-4 adapts many of the key features of the Rogue R-Series into a simple, economical power rack for those on a budget. Because we believe an affordable power rack doesn’t need to sacrifice quality, the Echo R-4 is built in Columbus, Ohio, utilizing the same technology and attention to detail as Rogue’s premier racks and rigs.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The Echo R-4 adapts many of the key features of the Rogue R-Series into a simple, economical power rack for those on a budget. Because we believe an affordable power rack doesn’t need to sacrifice quality, the Echo R-4 is built in Columbus, Ohio, utilizing the same technology and attention to detail as Rogue’s premier racks and rigs.The Echo R-4 stands 90″ tall with a compact 53″x53″ footprint and includes both a single pull-up bar and fat/skinny pull-up bar. Manufactured from 2 x 2″ 11-Gauge Steel, the rack also features a set of four zinc-plated band pegs and two fully welded J-cups with no moving parts to wear out. The end result is a quality American made squat rack, priced for the athlete looking to create a functional but practical home training space.

Made In USA

Yes

Color

Black

Length

43"

Width

47"

Height

90 3/8"

Steel Notes

2×2" 11-Gauge Steel

Foot Print

52" x 52"

Hardware Size

1/2"

Westside Hole Spacing

No

GGR Reviews

Rogue RE-4 Echo Rack
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
5 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.8/5
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