This is a perfect start to your personalized home gym package. The Profile® PRO Squat Rack with Pull-Up Bar isn't just any squat rack; it's the rack you've always wanted. Whether you're converting your garage, setting up in your home, or creating a commercial gym haven, this patented wall-mounted rack will elevate your workout space.
With a sleek profile that sits just 4" from the wall when not in use, this rack makes sure you don't have to sacrifice space for your home gym. Start lifting in small spaces, without compromise.
But what truly sets this rack apart is its effortless fold-away feature. No sweat-breaking disassembly is needed when you're done. And you'll have the added advantage of heavy-duty J-Cups, laser-cut numbers for precision, and a choice of 9 colors to match your style. Proudly made in the USA, the Profile® PRO Squat Rack with Pull-Up Bar is not just a gym accessory; it's a statement of quality and functionality.
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|Uprights||(2) 11-gauge 3x3 steel uprights
89" or 95" height options
|Hole Spacing||Front: 2" (1" in bench area)
|J-Cups||(2) UHMW covered J-cups included|
|Pull-Up Bars||42" total length
1.25" bar diameter
Tuff Coat powder coat
|Equipment||All wall mounting brackets & hardware for wood stud installation included|
|Clearance||29.25" from wall folded down
11.25 from wall folded up
|Grip Options||Narrow neutral - 4.75"
Angled - 13"
Wide neutral - 24"
Wide - 35"
|Clearance||39.5" from wall folded down
22.5" from wall folded up
Wall Brackets mount to 16" or 24" on center studs. If studs are unevenly spaced, a ledger board is required.
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Loving this new squat rack! Folds down easily and leaves plenty of room for my car to park in garage. Been getting a lot of use out of it already!
The gym I give 5 stars. Directions for the gym I couldn’t use. Luckily PRX made a video which was great. The video instructions said to use a 2” springer board which I did; however, the bolts they sent were longer than 2” so I had to buy shorter bolts. Struggled a little with the hydraulic rods but looks great. Now the incline bench. The bench assembly instructions were frustrating, but eventually worked it out. Tried for 2 hours in 100 degree heat to attach the hydraulic rods still haven’t managed to attach them. Had to detach the bench as I am having my garage floor epoxied. Once it is attached I will be happy.