Titan T-3 Power Rack Review 2023: A Solid Power Rack With Competitive Pricing
Author: Caine Wilkes, OLY, USAW-L1
This power rack is made with quality imported materials and comes in at a low price point. Check out our thoughts in our Titan T-3 Power Rack review. Read the full review.
Pros & Cons
What we like ...
More affordable than competitors
Stable when bolted down
Bolted panels easier to adjust on uneven surface
V2 of the T-3 comes in a variety of colors
V2 of the T-3 has laser-cut holes on the side and front of uprights
2x3" tubing allows for Titan and other competitors' attachments and add-ons
What needs improvement ...
Known for delays and mixing up orders
Not the best welds
J-cups are average at best
Bolted panels makes for a weaker joint
Cheaper bolts used
The Titan T-3 Series Heavy Duty Power Rack is perfect for any professional or at home gym!
Built using heavy 11ga (3.25mm) steel, this rack will not ever give way or back down. T-3 Power Racks use heavy duty 2″x 3″ steel tubes– you’ll most likely notice right away how every piece is heavy and solid.
These power racks are the perfect fit for dips, bench press, curls, pull ups, and much more. The pre-drilled holes follow the popular “West Side” hold pattern, allowing you to move the bar up or down in 1″ increments when using a bench.
The weight holder attachments and J-hooks are included, and are easily installed. The 5/8″ hardware also provides maximum security, even when the rack is completely maxed out. The bolt-together construction allows you to easily transport and fit the rack in to any room or basement!
Features: – T-3 Series of Power Racks contain 2″x3″ steel tubes – Capacity: 1000 lbs – 1″ round steel j-hooks – Chin up bars: 1 1/4″ & 2″ diameter – Includes J-Hooks and weight holders
The Titan T-3 is a good, budget-friendly power rack. It's very similar to one of our favorite racks, the Rogue R-3, but at a much cheaper price thanks to it's imported nature. If you have the ability to bolt down your rack to a platform or concrete foundation and want a rack that won't break the bank, this is a good option.