Rogue Rig Mount Speed Bag Platforms

4.1/5

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4.1428571428571 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
Based on 7 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Rig-Mount Speed Bag Platform was inspired by a request from Rogue athlete and multi-time boxing world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero, who wanted his speed bag more centralized and accessible in his training space. The attachment includes a set of 0.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The Rig-Mount Speed Bag Platform was inspired by a request from Rogue athlete and multi-time boxing world champion Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero, who wanted his speed bag more centralized and accessible in his training space. The attachment includes a set of 0.1875″ thick laser-cut steel brackets (holes 4″ on center), all required mounting hardware, and a 24″ diameter platform in your choice of Red Oak or UHMW Plastic.

You have the option of choosing between 0.625″ hardware (for Rogue Infinity and Monster Lite uprights) or 1″ hardware (for the Monster Series).

Additional Specifications:

  • Manufactured in Columbus, OH
  • Designed for Rogue Infinity, Monster Lite, or Monster Series Rigs/Racks
  • 24″ diameter platform available in Wood or Plastic
  • 0.1875″ thick laser-cut steel brackets with Rogue branding, holes 4″ on center
  • Everlast Cotter Pin Swivel included standard
  • All mounting hardware included standard
Height

0.5"

Diameter

24"

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Rogue Rig Mount Speed Bag Platforms
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