Titan Rotating Pull Up Handles

Titan Rotating Pull Up Handles
Titan Rotating Pull Up Handles
Titan Rotating Pull Up Handles
5/5

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

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Shock your pull up routine with the Rotating Pull Up Handles by Titan Fitness. The free rotating action forces you to engage your core and forearms to keep stable or rotate your wrists during the pull up for a full body exercise.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

Shock your pull up routine with the Rotating Pull Up Handles by Titan Fitness. The free rotating action forces you to engage your core and forearms to keep stable or rotate your wrists during the pull up for a full body exercise.

Quickly and easily install the rotating handles into your Titan Power rack using the quick pin. You can space the handles to your preferred width or quickly change between narrow and wide grip pull ups.

Features:
– Solid steel construction for durability and safety.
– Quick pin installation make installation and adjustments easy.
– 1.25″ standard diameter handles.
– Swivel pin allows for free movement.
– Sold in pairs.

Specifications:
– Weight: 5 LB each
– Bracket dimensions: 2″ x 3″
– Handle diameter: 1.25″
– Handle width: 5″
– Overall height: 9″

Made In USA

No

Size Compatibility

3×3" Tubing 2/3" Hole

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Titan Rotating Pull Up Handles
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GGR Builtscore: 5/5
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