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    Looking to buy a Power Rack for my home

    Any recommendations of who to buy from....and who makes good Rack's? I'd like to be able to do dips also on it.....

    Thanks

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    I'm pretty happy with BodySolid
    If the only thing you are holding is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

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    Lots of "good" racks out there... dig around on ebay for a deal... I plan on having a buddy weld a good one for me (and yes he is very proficient and I will be sure to explain the necessity for quality/strength)

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    also try searchijg this site a lot of people lately have been shopping for home gyms and power racks are a staple. Good luck bud!

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    Go to www.elitefts.com and buy the combo power rack. It is your daddy.

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    Combo power rack at elitfts is as good as it gets. Crepinsek makes those racks for Dave and Louie. He is very good, tho a bit pricey for home use.

    He makes a monolift attachment that is awesome. I wish I had one. I went cheap and got the rack from newyorkbarbell.com, and have mine sitting up on 4x4 posts so I can squat wider than the rack, and also so I can choke bands down. I have been very happy with it, especially for the price.

    If you have tons of money get a rack from Sorinex. If you are moderately well healed, get the rack from Dave's site elitefts.com if you are on a budget and still looking for a good rack, then newyorkbarbell.com is a very good choice, IMHO.

    If on a budget, spend the money on a bar, then get a good rack, everything else is secondary.

    B.

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