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Bodymax CF375 Power Rack System (with lat/low pulley)
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- Standard Power Rack
- Multiple Bar Position
- Adjustable Safety Bar
- Chin Bar
- Lat/Low Pulley Attachment
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Buy the Bodymax CF375 Power Rack with the Lat/Low pulley attachment and save £'s. This Standard Power Rack is an ideal piece of equipment for multiple exercises. Comes with adjustable safety bars, and two adjustable bar catches. Comes complete with knurled chin up bar and Lat/Low Pulley attachment. 1300L x 1160W x 2160H, NW 62Kg, Max Weight Capacity 227kg/500lbs
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Construction is good. It took me about 45 minutes to build (including the pulley setup) on my own, and I can't really fault anything about it. I can't recommend this enough, as it has opened up the possibilities of what I can do workout-wise, and I've added extra exercises to my usual routine. Spot on.
The rack seems to be really good quality and I am pleased with it. Construction took about 2 hours including the pulleys which were the most time part. Dimensions seem to be accurate.
You will need a couple of 17mm spanners to put it together. All bolts are 10mm in size which is handy.
The pulleys system wasn't completely smooth going up and down the bars but a bit if wd40 sorted this out. It may be because some of the bars that hold it together need to be realigned slightly (my fault).
The spotter bars do seem slightly on the cheap side possibly, but still sturdy enough. I would drop a squat from lockout position onto them, but they look like they would be able to withstand a drop from the squat position of you missed a rep.
Paint finish and appearance is good. It looks the part.
The only thing I could say is possibly the holes for the spotter bars etc could have less spacing between them, as it is possible you will not be able to to find the perfect position for them to catch the bar if you are benching (too high or too low). Luckily for me my everything is perfect, probably depends on the heigh of your bench really.
Pull up station is good although not great for close grip chin ups as it is too wide. Pull ups are fine close grip and super wide grip. Considering the how expensive the step up from this is, the Cf475, I think this is a good happy medium. It would have been good of the welded some plate storage bars on somewhere though.
All in all would recommend.