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Old 09-17-2015, 02:26 PM   #1
Nena Garcia
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FS: Rogue Fitness Castro Rig + More

http://killeen.craigslist.org/spo/5223820966.html

For sale is a Rogue Fitness Castro Rig. It is made of 2"x3" steel beams (same as Monster series for attachments) and is 12' tall. The floor plan is 4'x6' when set up. It comes with 2 fat/skinny grip pull up bars, the dirty south pull up bar (triple bar), 2 sets of J-cups, wall ball attachment, matador dip bar attachment, one set of safety spotter arms, climbing rope, 14lb medicine ball and set of gymnastic rings. Comes with all bolts needed to attach it to the ground.


This thing is great. I had it set up in my backyard in Florida but the place I am renting here does not have the room.

Asking $1200 obo

LOCATED IN HARKER HEIGHTS, TEXAS

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Old 09-17-2015, 07:53 PM   #2
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Re: FS: Rogue Fitness Castro Rig + More

If I lived closer I would be interested in this rig! Just out of curiosity, how well did that thing do outdoors in the rain and humidity? I know the tubes are powder coated, but are there any signs of rust inside of the tubes?
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Old 09-20-2015, 06:44 PM   #3
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Re: FS: Rogue Fitness Castro Rig + More

Dang! I saw St. Charles, Mo. and I was going to buy it immediately!!
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Old 09-20-2015, 08:26 PM   #4
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If I lived closer I would be interested in this rig! Just out of curiosity, how well did that thing do outdoors in the rain and humidity? I know the tubes are powder coated, but are there any signs of rust inside of the tubes?

It's been outside for about 3years and I had it set up about 2mi from the Gulf of Mexico for the past year and the thing has held up great. There is some surface rust where there are scrapes in the metal...such as on the J-cups. But it goes no deeper than the surface. The insides of the tubes and beams all look good as far as I can tell. It may not be as pretty as it used to be but I'd say it is still at around 95% of its original structural life.
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