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Powerline PPR200X Power Rack - Dick's Sporting Goods

Powerline PPR200X Power Rack

Item Number: 11913658
Price: $399.99 $474.99*
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Workout safely and effectively with the Powerline® PPR200X Power Rack. The wide walk-in design provides plenty of side-to-side movement for a variety of exercises including squats, incline, decline, and flat and military presses. Keep your routine safe and effective with 18 positions, two heat-tempered lift offs and two saber style safety rods. All barbells, weights and collars sold separately.

FEATURES:

  • Wide walk-in design
  • 18 adjustment levels
  • Upright pillars are a full 24" apart for free motion
  • 41" wide knurled chinning bar
  • Heat tempered Lift-Offs and saber-style safety rods keep your workouts simple, safe and effective
  • All barbells, weights and collars sold separately
  • Dimensions: 44" Length x 46" Width x 82" Height
  • Manufacturer's warranty: 10 years frame, 1 year parts
  • Powerline

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 708-427-3573.

Country Of Origin: China

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great rack This rack doesn't take up a ton of space, fits into basements with low ceilings, and is easy to assemble. You can pull from the floor by removing the safety bars and the bars can be lowered far enough to pull from below the knees. October 16, 2011
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