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Old 01-14-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
Scott Ichiiwa
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rogue Wallmount system

Can anyone give me a good review of this. I am seriously thinking of buying this.
I am planning to bolt into concrete floor.

http://www.roguecanada.ca/spx-equipm...series-340.php

- info pertaining to :

- sturdiness- mostly how it can handle racking the bar back on the hooks with heavy weight. do you need to be gentle or is it like a cage that you can just walk right into it.
how it compares to a rack or stands.
- any pros and cons
- strength of the structure.

-how it stacks up to its competitors like sorinex.

if you have one what does it come i with in terms of pullupbars( amount and thickness)
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Old 01-15-2011, 05:55 PM   #2
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

any affiliates own this thing?
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Old 01-15-2011, 07:34 PM   #3
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

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Can anyone give me a good review of this. I am seriously thinking of buying this.
I am planning to bolt into concrete floor.

http://www.roguecanada.ca/spx-equipm...series-340.php

- info pertaining to :

- sturdiness- mostly how it can handle racking the bar back on the hooks with heavy weight. do you need to be gentle or is it like a cage that you can just walk right into it.
how it compares to a rack or stands.
- any pros and cons
- strength of the structure.

-how it stacks up to its competitors like sorinex.

if you have one what does it come i with in terms of pullupbars( amount and thickness)
I own one at my affiliate. We've had it for a little over 2 months now and we couldn't be happier with it. It handles weight racking like a cage, no need to be gentle on it at all. As for the pros, well you get a squat rack and pull up rig all in one that is rock solid. What else could you want? I haven't run into any cons, and hopefully never will. I've never been on a sorinex rig before so I can't help you out with that one. The number of pullup bars depends on the length of the rig your getting but all the bars are 1.25" in diameter.
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Old 01-15-2011, 07:40 PM   #4
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

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Can anyone give me a good review of this. I am seriously thinking of buying this.
I am planning to bolt into concrete floor.

http://www.roguecanada.ca/spx-equipm...series-340.php

- info pertaining to :

- sturdiness- mostly how it can handle racking the bar back on the hooks with heavy weight. do you need to be gentle or is it like a cage that you can just walk right into it.
how it compares to a rack or stands.
- any pros and cons
- strength of the structure.

-how it stacks up to its competitors like sorinex.

if you have one what does it come i with in terms of pullupbars( amount and thickness)
I own one at my affiliate. We've had it for a little over 2 months now and we couldn't be happier with it. It handles weight racking like a cage, no need to be gentle on it at all. As for the pros, well you get a squat rack and pull up rig all in one that is rock solid. What else could you want? I haven't run into any cons, and hopefully never will. I've never been on a sorinex rig before so I can't help you out with that one. The number of pullup bars depends on the length of the rig your getting but all the bars are 1.25" in diameter.
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Old 01-16-2011, 12:33 PM   #5
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

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I own one at my affiliate. We've had it for a little over 2 months now and we couldn't be happier with it. It handles weight racking like a cage, no need to be gentle on it at all. As for the pros, well you get a squat rack and pull up rig all in one that is rock solid. What else could you want? I haven't run into any cons, and hopefully never will. I've never been on a sorinex rig before so I can't help you out with that one. The number of pullup bars depends on the length of the rig your getting but all the bars are 1.25" in diameter.
great andrew thanks for the review. Im happy to hear that it is sturdy.
a few questions:
Did you support it in the ground?
if so what size of concrete screws did you use the full 6 feet away from the wall or use the smaller 4 ft?

how many do you have(length) ? im only planning on getting the one section.

thanks

scott
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Old 01-16-2011, 01:34 PM   #6
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

also do the holes go low enough to use it for something like a bench press?
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:45 PM   #7
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

There was just a thread where Bill from Rogue posted the exact anchors he recommends using. The racks have holes all the way to the floor, I believe, and use the Westside spacing (closer together through the bench zone).

I am looking at the wall mount rig for our affiliate, heard nothing but great things about it.
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Old 01-16-2011, 11:03 PM   #8
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There was just a thread where Bill from Rogue posted the exact anchors he recommends using. The racks have holes all the way to the floor, I believe, and use the Westside spacing (closer together through the bench zone).

I am looking at the wall mount rig for our affiliate, heard nothing but great things about it.
thanks ian, but im looking for the "size" not type. I asked bill, no response.
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Old 01-17-2011, 09:58 AM   #9
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Re: rogue Wallmount system

Scott:

Kris called you on the 12th, give us a call if you have questions: 614.358.6190

1) We use these anchors: http://www.simpsonanchors.com/catalo...ical/titen-hd/ wfs

2) The wall mount is very sturdy. Each application will be a bit different based on the type of wall it is getting mounted to

We just installed a unit this weekend and used the anchors above, very easy.

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Old 01-18-2011, 06:43 PM   #10
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great andrew thanks for the review. Im happy to hear that it is sturdy.
a few questions:
Did you support it in the ground?
if so what size of concrete screws did you use the full 6 feet away from the wall or use the smaller 4 ft?

how many do you have(length) ? im only planning on getting the one section.

thanks

scott
I have the 24' rig thats the full 6' away from the wall. We used something similar to what Bill posted to anchor to the floor. It's easily one of the best things I've gotten for the gym.
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