Rogue Tricep Push Down Attachment
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The Rogue Tricep Push Down Attachment adds a new, challenging grip element to your upper body training regimen. Compatible with the Spud Inc.Manufacturer: Rogue FitnessCategory: Cable Attachments
Product Summary & Specs
The Rogue Tricep Push Down Attachment adds a new, challenging grip element to your upper body training regimen. Compatible with the Spud Inc. Econo Tricep & Lat Pulley, this dual-handle, V-shaped attachment is made from knurled 1″ schedule 40 pipe, with 3″ diameter steel spheres welded to the end of each handle.
The handles themselves measure 6″ usable handle length and 1.31″ in diameter (33MM), and feature our signature black textured powder coat finish for a firm grip. A 0.375″ thick tab at the top of the attachment includes a laser-cut Rogue “R” logo and a hole for connecting to your pulldown machine. All orders ship with a black carabiner included.
Warning: Lat pulldown machines from different manufacturers will have different amounts of resistance when unloaded which may or may not balance the weight of the attachment. Therefore it is important that the attachment is always supported while changing the weight to prevent it from falling and causing injury.
- Made in the USA
- Push Down Grip Attachment for Lat Pulldown Machines and/or Spud Inc. Econo Pulley
- Length: 12″, diameter
- Textured Black powder coat finish
- Laser-cut Rogue branding
- (1) carabiner included
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