Titan Deadlift Platform

4.5/5

Builtscore

4.5 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
Based on 4 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Build your very own Titan Deadlifting Platform with this deadlifting platform frame. Toss your stall mats away and perform your lifts in a dedicated spot.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA
$217.99

Product Summary & Specs

Build your very own Titan Deadlifting Platform with this deadlifting platform frame. Toss your stall mats away and perform your lifts in a dedicated spot. Add your own resistance bands to make the top of your deadlift even more difficult.

Features:
– Reduces noise from dropping a loaded barbell.
– Easy assembly, get lifting in seconds!
– For the athletes who already own rubber tiles, this Titan Deadlift Frame is the perfect fit for you!
– Sold in 3 options, Frame Only, Frame w/ 4 Rubber Tiles, and Frame w/ 8 Rubber Tiles.
– Bolt-together design.
– Includes four floor clips to secure the Deadlift Frame to the floor of your gym.
– Floor plates run horizontal so tiles fit flush with frame.

Specifications:
– Length: 8′
– Width: 4′
– Inside Dimension: 94.5″ x 47.5″
– Depth from Floor: 2″
– 2″ x 2″ 11 Gauge Steel Frame
– Material: Steel
– Finish: Black Powder Coat

Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Length

8'

Width

4'

Steel Notes

11 Gauge Steel

Foot Print

8' x 4'

GGR Reviews

Titan Deadlift Platform
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
4 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.5/5
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