Titan LB Change Plates V2

Titan LB Change Plates V2
Titan LB Change Plates V2
Titan LB Change Plates V2
4.2/5

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4.1666666666667 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
Based on 6 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

For those looking to get everything down to the last pound out of their lifts, these Titan Change Plates are what you need to leave the old PR’s in the dust. Offered in pairs of 1.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA
$135.99

Product Summary & Specs

For those looking to get everything down to the last pound out of their lifts, these Titan Change Plates are what you need to leave the old PR’s in the dust. Offered in pairs of 1.25 LB, 2.5 LB, 5LB, 10 LB, and a full set of 37.5 LB. Color coded for easy identification, these change plates are what every serious athlete needs to give them the edge they are after.

Features:
– Pair of 1.25, 2.5, 5, 10 LB Change Plates for a total of 37.5 LB
– Rubber Coated Steel.
– Matte Finish.
– Color Coded for easy identification.
– Collar Opening: 51 +/- 0.2mm

Specifications:
– Weight: Total 37.5 LB
– Plate Diameter: 6.75” – 11.5”
– Plate Width: 10mm – 26mm
– Collar Opening: 51 +/- 0.2mm
– Color-Coded Lettering (White 1.25 , Green 2.5 , Blue 5, White 10)

Made In USA

No

Collar Opening

51MM

Coated

Yes

GGR Reviews

Titan LB Change Plates V2
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6 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.2/5
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