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Old 09-04-2013, 06:05 AM   #1
Joel Morgan
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Toronto area: 2 X 25 lbs. "composite" olympic plates damaged - free

I'm hoping this would useful to someone on this board, I bought these plates as part of a set but realized they were damaged/cracked afterward. They are "Marcy" brand, made in China. I had used them as add ons for deadlifts.

These plates are composite type, not steel and not durable and will break if dropped directly on the floor. These would work as an add ons for squats, deadlifts, press, any where they won't be dropped.

Free to who can come and pick up these plates in the west Scarborough, Toronto area - send me a PM and I'll will make arrangements.

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