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Old 09-25-2015, 07:09 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a NY Barbell power rack, and if so is it the model 92563? I'm looking at it but haven't ever used this one. It isn't as sturdy as the ones I've lifted in but it seems like it will work for what I want to do. Anyone have any experience or thoughts on this?
This is the one I'm looking at:

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Do the Titan HD..
http://www.titan.fitness/hd-power-rack.html


From what I have read they just copied the R-3 from Rogue. When they first came out there was a few issues in the way the made them. Titan has fixed all these issues in the new ones. It's very hard to beat this price for what you get.....
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I use Titan racks too, but I don't even have the HD. I have the lighter version. Less than $300 shipped to your door. I've had 500 on mine with absolutely no problems, although the J cups aren't protected so they'll mess up a nice bar. I use 2 of them with my clients and for the price absolutely nothing compares.
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Everything Titan sells is free shipping. I bought through their website and got everything just a few days later.
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Everything Titan sells is free shipping. I bought through their website and got everything just a few days later.
And it's Cheaper through Titans Site as well.

Not sure how big of a hurry you are in, but I'm meeting with a Company any day now to go over improvements and maybe a redesign on their Power Cage. I don't think they will be able to beat Titans Prices, but I'm going to see what they will cost and see if I can get a Coupon Codes for M&B Members.
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Great info guys/great thread! I've been considering a home power rack and this is good info!
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I was planning on waiting a few more days anyway. I've found several I like and a few I'd be willing to pay for. Let me know if you hear anything please.
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Does anyone have a NY Barbell power rack, and if so is it the model 92563? I'm looking at it but haven't ever used this one. It isn't as sturdy as the ones I've lifted in but it seems like it will work for what I want to do. Anyone have any experience or thoughts on this?
This is the one I'm looking at:

http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/92563w.html
I have the NY Barbell rack....bought it in NY and drove it a few blocks to my house.

It works fine, but I've never had more than 405 in the rack.
I like the safety bars on it. It's stable due to the cross beam on the floor, but I do shim it with some carpet stair treads.

I also have the plate holders, dip handles, lower band attachements and a landmine-type set up.
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