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York Lateral Tower Attachment for 530 And 540 Bench
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- Weight 6,4kg
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Lat Tower attachment is designed to fit the B530 and B540 York weight benches, this superb attachment allows you to perform lateral pull-down exercises whilst not having to take on an entirely new machine.
To fit B530 and B540 weight benches
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Top Customer Reviews
I have only gone up to 65kg so far and it hasn't been a problem. I really should check out this warranty correctly in case something happens when I go heavier on the weights. If I remember correctly the booklet says max weight 200kg which is a bit silly I think. But you never know. Just make sure you read the warranty properly to make sure. Bit on the expensive side to be honest for a simple attachment but it's worth it. You can easily buy a tricep extention cable/bar and attach it onto this which is a huge plus! So it can work your lats and triceps! The tricep cable and pushdown bar can be bought off here for around £10-£15. Good luck guys! I will update this if anything happens.
However, the weight hold does scrape against the metal pole and you end up with shafts of metal by your seat and there isn't much security for your legs but I guess you get what you pay for and this is great overall.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works great is a little noise but holds a good amount of weight. Have brought a few attachments and so universal this is in fact one of the best lat pull down kits around such a... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Flannen
Easy to set up and solid - used with 50kg weights no problem (although recommends 40kg max so done at my own risk). Slightly annoying as it gets in the way when not in use (i.e. Read morePublished on 8 Jan. 2014 by DisgruntledBob
This is a fantastic product, not only for lat exercises but also tricep ones. It is very simple to assemble, but the only problem is sliding it in an out of the bench, as it's too... Read morePublished on 22 May 2013 by Elliott Stanbury