Titan X-3 Short Power Rack

4.2/5

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4.2222222222222 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
Based on 9 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Titan X-3 Short Power Rack is the ultimate solution for lifters and athletes looking for a top of the line Power Rack, with the option to bolt the rack to the floor for added stability.

The heavy duty 11 gauge 3″ x 3″ uprights provide the ultimate support for max reps.

Manufacturer: Category:
Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The Titan X-3 Short Power Rack is the ultimate solution for lifters and athletes looking for a top of the line Power Rack, with the option to bolt the rack to the floor for added stability.

The heavy duty 11 gauge 3″ x 3″ uprights provide the ultimate support for max reps. Additionally, the ability to bolt the X-3 Power Rack to the floor provides stability and added security while performing your lifts.

Features:
– 3″ x 3″ 11-gauge steel uprights.
– Fat (2″) and Skinny (1.25″) pull up bars included.
– Walk through design.
– Laser cut upright holes with Westside hole spacing.
– Pair of UHMW padded X-3 J-hooks included.
– (4) band pegs included.
– (4) Olympic Weight plate holders included.
– 2 Pin-Pipe Safeties included.

Made In USA

No

Color

Black

Product Weight

299 LB

Length

24"

Width

42"

Height

80"

Steel Notes

3×3" 11-Gauge Steel

Foot Print

52" x 34"

Hardware Size

5/8"

Westside Hole Spacing

Yes

Weight Capacity

1,500 LB

Laser-Cut Hole Numbers

No

GGR Reviews

Titan X-3 Short Power Rack
Rated 4.2222222222222 out of 5 stars
9 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.2/5
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