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[Costco] Fitness Reality High Capacity Olympic Power Cage with Lateral Pulldown and Row Cable

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White Rock, BC

[Costco] Fitness Reality High Capacity Olympic Power Cage with Lateral Pulldown and Row Cable

I bought this in the first week of December from Costco during their daily deals - it was $1100 then and took just over 2 months to actually arrive...they took $50 off for loyalty bonus

This thing is legit - highly recommended...price increase from last time but I have not seen a higher capacity rack w/lat pull down since COVID hit.

Light commercial grade

Features:
680.39 kg (1500 lb.) weight capacity
7.62 cm x 5.08 cm (3 in. x 2 in.) steel frame
Bonus pair of J Hooks included
90.17 cm (35.5 in.) dual mounted safety bars
29.21 cm (11.5 in.) long spotter arms with rubber pads
2 position pull up bar
Free standing frame with bolt to floor option
Weight storage
25 levels of adjustment for spotter arms
Cable attachments can take up to 163.29 kg (360 lb.) of weights
Weights are not included

10 available as of 1731PM PST

MSRP is $900 USD - https://fitnessreality.com/fitness-real ... ttachment/
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Jr. Member
May 6, 2018
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Looks super solid.

I wish I have bigger space for this...
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Apr 17, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Do you know what gauge of steel this is? Would it fit Rogue infinity/R series attachments?
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Jun 1, 2005
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GVR
Does anyone know if the FR 2000 bench ever go on sale previously at Costco?
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Feb 3, 2019
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Canada
Wow, looks good, efficient way to have a cable system and have plates if you have a bar
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Newbie
Nov 21, 2017
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Looks like a good unit. If I were in the market for a rack I would definitely consider this one. 1500 pound limit is some serious weight.
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Feb 22, 2018
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gta
Does it come with the bench in the photo?
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WeimarRepublic wrote: Where would you even put this
I am using one stall of my garage for a home gym - the space for the gym is roughly 8' x 16'. Ceiling height is 9' I believe...no issues
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Feb 22, 2018
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gta
WeimarRepublic wrote: Where would you even put this
Dimensions (L × W × H/D): 219.7 cm × 132.1 cm × 218.4 cm (86.5 in. × 52 in. × 86 in.)

7.2 x 4.33 x 7.2

So if you've got 8 foot ceilings it's fine
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Aug 21, 2013
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Kitchener
k9fire wrote: Do you know what gauge of steel this is? Would it fit Rogue infinity/R series attachments?
Gauge of steel is irrelevant. The uprights on this are 3"x2", all rogue racks are 3"x3". You might be able to use some rogue accessories depending on exactly how it mounts and how you load it. If you're planning to buy rogue accessories I'd just buy a rogue rack because you're already going to be waiting for them to build most of them (typically 30 days lead time) and you're going to pay $100 shipping on most accessories (and it will go up if you order more,) if you order a rack you will pay ~$450 in shipping and you can add all the accessories you want.

This rack looks pretty solid, my only issue would be the limited adjustability in the spotter arms (I like being able to set mine just right for benching so I can still just touch my chest but cant hit my face when benching) but if you have a spotter or dont go to failure on bench that's not really an issue. It looks like a good value rack suitable for the vast majority of the population

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