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Old 05-02-2011, 10:43 AM   #4
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I get all my equipment from New York Barbell:

New York Barbells - Manufacturer of Gym, Weight, and Fitness Equipment for 35 years

They have a huge selection, and though it's not the top, top of the line brands, it is quality and lasts. It's perfect if you need to build a quality home gym but aren't Donald Trump.

My sumo squat rack has taken 4 years of brutal beatings and still looks as good as it did on day one. I also get all my heavy duty bars from them.

The buffalo (bow) bar they sell is an amazing value. It is one study, well-made piece of equipment.

SPECIAL POWERLIFTING BARS
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