Vulcan Flat Foot Base Power Rack

Vulcan Flat Foot Base Power Rack
4.6/5

Builtscore

4.625 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
Based on 8 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3 x 3 Steel uprights, 11 gauge thickness
  • 2 x 3 Steel base, 11 gauge thickness base
  • 10 mm thickness steel gussets
  • Black Powder Coat finish
  • 5/8″ black oxide hardware
  • 48″ x 49″ foot print
  • High quality steel
  • Quality welds and construction
  • 5/8″ pin and pipe safety
  • UHMW Plastic Lined J hooks
  • 2″ hole spacing at squat heights
  • 1″ hole spacing at bench heights
  • Special Offer: Multi Grip Bar included as free gift
  • Standard 1.25″ pull up bar
  • 91.
    Manufacturer: Category:
    Made in USA
$679.99

Product Summary & Specs

  • 3 x 3 Steel uprights, 11 gauge thickness
  • 2 x 3 Steel base, 11 gauge thickness base
  • 10 mm thickness steel gussets
  • Black Powder Coat finish
  • 5/8″ black oxide hardware
  • 48″ x 49″ foot print
  • High quality steel
  • Quality welds and construction
  • 5/8″ pin and pipe safety
  • UHMW Plastic Lined J hooks
  • 2″ hole spacing at squat heights
  • 1″ hole spacing at bench heights
  • Special Offer: Multi Grip Bar included as free gift
  • Standard 1.25″ pull up bar
  • 91.5″ height
  • Weighs 305 lbs
Hardware Size

5/8"

Steel Notes

3×3" 11-Guage Steel

Height

91.5"

Width

49"

Length

48"

Color

Black

Made In USA

No

Pull Up Bar

Yes

Laser-Cut Hole Numbers

No

Westside Hole Spacing

Yes

GGR Reviews

Vulcan Flat Foot Base Power Rack
Rated 4.625 out of 5 stars
8 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.6/5
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