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Old 07-16-2011, 03:59 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Yes you would need "standard" plates.

Here is a good source. Not sure how the price stacks up, but it's where I purchased my equipment:

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

The black plates are $1 per pound:

PLATES & DUMBELLS

This is pretty cheap. 40 pounds plus spin-lock handles for $50.

40 lb. CHROME DUMBELL SET
Thanks for the link Steve, I may get some olympic size dumbells. Then i can just buy plates that work on the barbell as well.
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