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Old 07-01-2011, 08:41 AM   #11
Beau Bryant
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Re: Home Made Pullup Bar.... Broken

I assure you Bill is correct. And I would never build a pull-up bar for anything other than strict pull-ups out of a flange. I have had a flange fail on me, it shattered actually. Not something you want to be involved in I promise. You can brace it in as many directions as you want, I still wouldn't get on it.
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