Vulcan Standard Bushing Barbell

Vulcan Standard Bushing Barbell
4.9/5

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4.92 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Vulcan Standard is the standard of high quality. These high quality bars are recommended for Olympic weightlifting, Crossfit workouts, and mixed use.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

The Vulcan Standard is the standard of high quality. These high quality bars are recommended for Olympic weightlifting, Crossfit workouts, and mixed use.

  • 100% Made in USA
  • Bushing bar: Four Oilite® self lubricating bushings each sleeve
  • Variants:
    • 28.5 mm diameter: Men’s 20 kg bar (Mixed use bar)
    • 28 mm diameter: Men’s 20 kg bar (Olympic training bar)
    • 25 mm diameter: Women’s 15 kg bar (Olympic training bar)
  • Verified 196 K PSI tensile strength
  • Medium knurling; No center knurl
  • Finely grooved sleeves
  • Reflexive steel (Moderate to good whip)
  • Lifetime Warranty.
Bar Type

Men's Bars

Bar Use

Olympic Weightlifting

Bar Weight

20KG

Diameter

28MM or 28.5MM

Knurl

Medium Knurling

Center Knurl

NO

Knurl Marks

Dual

Shaft Coating

Nickel Chrome

Sleeve Coating

Bright Zinc

Bushing/Bearing

Bushing

Tensile Strength

196,000 PSI

Guarantee/Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

Made In USA

Yes

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Vulcan Standard Bushing Barbell
Rated 4.92 out of 5 stars
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GGR Builtscore: 4.9/5
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