Tru Grit Weight Plate Holder Attachment

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  • Convenient and space-efficient storage
  • Comes with all mounting hardware
  • Does not take up any floor space
  • The attachment is 12 inches long
  • Can hold approximately 6 Olympic cast iron plates
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Easy to install
  • Convenient
  • Space-efficient
  • Cost-effective
  • Hardware is included
What needs improvement ...
  • Weight capacity not disclosed
  • Steel gauge not disclosed
  • Uses a pull pin system which may not be too sturdy

Product Summary

Storing and organizing your weight plates is made easy with Tru Grit’s Weight Plate Holder Attachment. Constructed with solid stainless steel and measuring 12 inches long, this plate holder is designed to easily secure into a rig.

While there is no information on the weight capacity or steel gauge for this plate holder, at one foot long it can hold around six cast iron 45-pound weight plates, as most measure less than 2 inches thick. It is secured to the rack with a pull pin system so its sturdiness is a bit questionable.

With this plate holder attachment, you free up floor space which would otherwise be taken up with a weight plate tree or rack. It also enables easy access to your weights while working out. For less than $60, it is an affordable way to tidy up your gym space.









Attaches to a rig easily with a pull-locking pin

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      The Tru Grit Plate Holder Attachment is an affordable and space efficient way to keep your weight plates organized. It would be nice to know the weight capacity, which is not disclosed on Tru Grit’s website.