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Old 12-05-2013, 04:07 PM   #21
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You forgot the bcg frames and norelco stubble management system.
I had to google search big grams so I guess I'm not a hipster, sorry. Nor do I understand the connection you were trying to make but, happy trolling!
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Old 12-06-2013, 11:02 AM   #22
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I had to google search big grams so I guess I'm not a hipster, sorry. Nor do I understand the connection you were trying to make but, happy trolling!
I'm messing with you.
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Old 12-06-2013, 11:45 AM   #23
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Re: What's your equipment wishlist ?

A lacrosse ball and some nanos.

I dream big!
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Old 12-06-2013, 03:05 PM   #24
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how about a 3 car garage
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Old 12-06-2013, 06:20 PM   #25
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If money was no object...

2 rogue ohio bars or pendlay nextgen bushing bars
1 beater bar (Cap OB-86B)
640 lbs of Rogue or Pendlay Comp plates
R3 squat/pullup bar combo (rogue)
Bench
20/24/30 box
1, 1.5, and 2 pood kbs
Platform
GHD
C2 rower
Areyodyne
Wallball
chalk


Realistically:
Wall ball
New ring straps
homemade 24" box
55 lb/25kg econ bumpers


What I have now:
230 lbs of Pendlay V2 bumpers
20 KG Again Faster silver bar
A globo with pretty much everything else I need
Your definition of " money no object" is different from mine!!!!!

" Money No Object" list includes a whole lot more $$$$$$$$
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Old 12-08-2013, 02:11 AM   #26
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Re: What's your equipment wishlist ?

Set of men's gymnastics equipment and a competition trampoline. I'm an elitist so I don't even like bouncing on anything but a string bed trampoline anymore.
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Old 12-08-2013, 02:24 AM   #27
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Re: What's your equipment wishlist ?

One of those Rogue Sisu War Hammers and a bag of Smurfs
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Old 12-08-2013, 10:57 AM   #28
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GHD! New or used.
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Old 12-09-2013, 06:59 AM   #29
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So it being the christmas season, I figured it would be in keeping with the times to hear/see everyone's wishlist also we know where are more sales to be had (xmas sales and boxing day sales and MDCAN sales coming up!!)

Since I don't have any home equipment at the moment, i'll just start by saying the top 5 things for myself:

- Pendlay Colour Comp bumpers 300-370KG worth with Pendlay bar or a Texas Power Bar
- EliteFTS Collegiate adjustable bench
- RML-690 or EFS Collegiate rack WITH MODIFICATIONS
- Rogue or EFS GHD (with split pad, funny enough I used one the other day and my junk liked me more for it).
- Powerblock DBs up to 125

So lets hear it everyone!!
Okay so upon further research I have changed something:
I noticed some people were saying the R6 and R4 were HUGE, so having used an EFS BYO 3x3, and thinking that, that was a great size decided to look up the dimensions:

EliteFTS 3x3
- squatting area: 43" x 30"
- Foot print : 49" x 61"

RML-690 (so as to properly compare 3x3)
- squatting area: 43"x43"
- foot print: 49" x 76"

That's an extra 15 inches!! Why such a big difference? Also would Rogue accomodate me if I wanted to make a RML690/R6 variant with only 30" depth for squatting, but still with the plate storage. I know they offer the R3 in 24" and 30" depth, but did not see that for the monster lite line.

Worse comes to worse I would just order a bolt together R3 with 30" depth and order 2 extra uprights with 4x 24" crossmember/beams and an extra pull up bar or 2.
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Old 12-09-2013, 01:47 PM   #30
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Okay so upon further research I have changed something:
I noticed some people were saying the R6 and R4 were HUGE, so having used an EFS BYO 3x3, and thinking that, that was a great size decided to look up the dimensions:

EliteFTS 3x3
- squatting area: 43" x 30"
- Foot print : 49" x 61"

RML-690 (so as to properly compare 3x3)
- squatting area: 43"x43"
- foot print: 49" x 76"

That's an extra 15 inches!! Why such a big difference? Also would Rogue accomodate me if I wanted to make a RML690/R6 variant with only 30" depth for squatting, but still with the plate storage. I know they offer the R3 in 24" and 30" depth, but did not see that for the monster lite line.

Worse comes to worse I would just order a bolt together R3 with 30" depth and order 2 extra uprights with 4x 24" crossmember/beams and an extra pull up bar or 2.
I'm pretty sure Rogue will do whatever you want. Those guys are pretty helpful at Rogue in my experience. All of the pieces from a given line (R, Monster, etc) are interchangeable.

I have the R4 but I'm a tall guy (6'4"). When I hang from the pull-up bar (even the multigrip crossmember) my feet hit the ground. I'm buying the taller uprights to put at the front of the rack which will kind of turn my R4 into an R6.
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