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Old 02-16-2007, 12:39 PM   #1
Ro Bostick
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This may come across as a very dumb question but will a glute ham raise machine fit through a standard doorway? I am a few days away from ordering an elitefts glute ham raise for my basement gym and am told that it is shipped fully assembled. But looking at the dimensions, the machine is wider than the doorway. 3 feet wide for the machine versus roughly 2 and 3/4 feet of clearance in the doorway. The stairwell to my basement also is just barely 3 feet wide minus a couple inches for the handrail. Am I going to be able to get this thing in the door? Anyone here with standard doorways that bought the elite bench or a similar sized model? Any problems getting it in the house? or am i just worrying over nothing?
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Old 02-16-2007, 12:57 PM   #2
Roger Smith
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I'd call them to be sure you can somewhat take it apart. Some commercial weight stuff doesn't come apart. It's stronger w/o bolts, but can be a pain to move. I'm guessing the widest part is the handles and I would expect they could be removed for moving, but I'd check. I'd also check on the pad and backplate. I'm not sure how wide they are. I'd think you would fit, but I'd check.
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Old 02-16-2007, 06:23 PM   #3
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I'm sure you can maneuver the GHR around to fit it through the door.
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