Anyone know some online place to get a cheap squat rack?
Not a power rack, just a safe, cheap squat rack.
If you know anybody that welds they could probly make one for you.
What country do you live in?
Last edited by Adam; 01-07-2002 at 06:19 PM.
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The US, dont really know any welders. I have the money, I just dont want to spend that much.
How much money; I'm sure you could get em for about 200 - 300 bucks.
I just raise the bars on my olympic and squat from there.
Any clue how much that holds? Looks a little dangerous.
Build one, doesnt have to be out of steel. Make it out of wood. Use some 4x4's. My brother and I have built some of our "equipment", it isnt the normal squat rack but it serves the purpose (and we also use it for ALL cable work, will get a pic soon). We would do it differently next time and make the rack along with our pulleys and pullup bar. The point is it can be done, it wont fuk up your house, and is very inexpensive.
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