Titan HD High Low Push Pull Weight Sled

5/5

Builtscore

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

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Build explosive speed and strength with this Heavy Duty push / pull weight sled from Titan Fitness. The sled can be easily broken down for transport, and comes in a compact design that can be used on just about any surface.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Build explosive speed and strength with this Heavy Duty push / pull weight sled from Titan Fitness. The sled can be easily broken down for transport, and comes in a compact design that can be used on just about any surface. Designed for use with Olympic plates, it’s a great addition to any personal or professional gym.

Features:
– Heavy Duty 11 gauge steel
– Dual Plate Horns at 10″ High
– High/Low push/pull handles with strap hook
– Extra Thick Replaceable Feet
– Black Powder Coated frame
– Breaks down easily for Quick transport or storage
– 600 lb plus Capacity

Specifications:
– Post spacing: 26″
– Dimensions: 46L x 30.5W x 36H
– Sled Skis: 8″ x 5″ x 8mm thick
– Weight: 64 lbs

Made In USA

No

Weight

64 LB

Color

Black

Length

46"

Width

30.5"

Height

36"

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Titan HD High Low Push Pull Weight Sled
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GGR Builtscore: 5/5
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