- Fully customizable rack.
- With 3 different height and 2 depth options, there are a total of 6 configurations to fit a PR-5000 in whatever size space you're working with.
- 3x3" 11-gauge steel with oversize 1" diameter hardware.
- 2" hole spacing throughout entire rack.
- Stainless steel accents on j-cups and other attachments for a high-end classic look.
- Laser-cut numbering on the front and back of uprights and each side of crossmembers for ease of lining up j-cups, safeties, and other attachments.
- Total footprint including foot plates (LxW):
- With 41" crossmembers selected: 50x50.5"
- With 30" crossmembers selected: 39 x 50.5"
- Do I need to bolt down my rack?
- We recommend bolting down your rack if you plan to use the front spotter arms without the front feet, or if you plan to use the pull-up bar for kipping movements.
- Why is the Clear Coat color more expensive than the other colors?
- This color is achieved by using a specially prepared steel combined with a metal grinder and a clear powder coat to give it a raw brushed steel look, while maintaining the rust-resistance of a powder coat. In addition, the rack shows less wear over time due to the finish and clearcoat making it difficult to notice any imperfections.
- What are the differences between the Flat and Rounded Sandwich J-cups?
- Both styles are fully UHMW lined to offer complete protection for your bar's knurl. The Flat model has a larger opening that is ideal for oversize/powerlifting bars, while the rounded has a secure "doesn't move" resting point and Dual-lock wraparound design for extra peace of mind with heavy weight.
- Why would I select flip down vs strap safeties?
- While both options are an upgrade from the standard pin-pipe version, which upgrade you choose will depend on your training style.
- Are other brand's attachments compatible?
- Due to machining variables, we cannot guarantee compatibility with other brands. With that being said, the PR-5000v2 should work with most Rogue Monster single-pin attachments since they are both using 1" hardware and 2" spacing (landmine, weight horns, j cups, etc). It's when there are multiple pins that there could be a slight difference in the spacing (even just a mm off).