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Old 02-03-2012, 08:40 AM   #1
Justin Watts
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Again Faster - Stud Bar vs Home Bar?

New to the forums. I've lurked for a while and have learned so much. I've got a question I'm hoping someone can answer for me. I searched and didn't find exactly what I was looking for.

I'm in the market for a pullup bar for the garage. I've had my eye on the "Again Faster Medium Stud Bar Pullup Bar", but when I went to purchase it I noticed they now also have an "Again Faster Home Pullup Bar".

Has anyone had experience with both of these? Which would you recommend?


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Old 02-03-2012, 02:50 PM   #2
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Re: Again Faster - Stud Bar vs Home Bar?

I have a "Stud Bar" at home and really like it. I looked at the home pullup bar and it only looks a little different. To me it would almost be the same thing although I can't speak for it.

I know that the stud bar is very very solid and doesn't move when butterflying or kipping.
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Old 02-05-2012, 08:19 PM   #3
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Re: Again Faster - Stud Bar vs Home Bar?

I can't help you out with quality with either of these because I have a Rogue P3 however if you need to fix the brackets into a stud wall then you will need to consider the installation.
I believe the Stud bar brackets need to be a certain width apart so the bar will connect INTO the brackets. You will need to make sure your studs are this same width apart.
With the home bar, the bar slides THROUGH the brackets, so it won't be such an issue if your studs are not exactly the standard width apart.
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