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Old 04-30-2013, 01:39 PM   #41
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Re: Just purchased the R-3, some questions

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Absolutely none. The pullup bar is the perfect height. Just need to have a very slight bend in my knees to clear the floor.
How tall are you? Thank you...I'm debating a shorty R3 with the Monkey bar also. I have the clearance now but just in case I have to move and would have to clear lower ceilings in the future.
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Old 05-20-2013, 06:55 PM   #42
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You can lag it to plywood - 2 layers of plywood screwed together then use wood lags and attach to your wood platform. This is how Louie does it at West Side

Let me know if that helps

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Do you or anyone have photos of this?
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Do you or anyone have photos of this?
I do this. I have my R3 linking two 8x8 platforms together, leaving me w/ 2 ~6x8 platforms. It works really well and is rock solid. you could just as easily attach it to the end of one platform. You wouldn't have as much room on the platform. I guess that just means tighter bar path...
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I do this. I have my R3 linking two 8x8 platforms together, leaving me w/ 2 ~6x8 platforms. It works really well and is rock solid. you could just as easily attach it to the end of one platform. You wouldn't have as much room on the platform. I guess that just means tighter bar path...
They are laying flat side by side with R-3 sitting in the center or with a large part out in front?
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They are laying flat side by side with R-3 sitting in the center or with a large part out in front?
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