This chart is a visual depiction of our ceiling solutions for shorter ceiling heights.
Ceiling heights lower than 107” require mounting the wall brackets lower. The lower the wall brackets are mounted, the result will be less depth from the wall and more angled arms.
Your Ceiling Height
Please email or call us with any questions or concerns so we can make sure that you get the right instructions when you order! We will recommend what measurement fits you best, based upon your specific case.
Love every rep. Great equipment and very high quality.
Big price tag but well worth the price. You can’t put a price on your heath and this equipment does not disappoint.
Maybe a little daunting at first, but the instructions will guide you through setup. If you can use a stud finder and plumb bob it's pretty much like mounting a TV to the wall. I'm 6'1" and have 10 foot ceilings, so I bought the 96" tall pro rack. 6 inches to spare at the top when folded onto the wall. I can hang from the pullup bar and my feet don't touch the ground. The rack looks and works amazing!! I have sloped floors and needed to use a 1/4" thick rubber pad under one of the legs. All of the wall mount accessories work amazing.
This setup adds functionality to my garage without taking away precious space needed to park my car. Let’s face it…that’s the #1 reason to get a product like this. What blows my mind is that it’s actually a great product. You aren’t sacrificing build quality to get that space saving function. How many times have you or someone you know purchased gym equipment to then sell it years later because it’s just taking up too much space? With this you don’t have to worry about that. Have a major life event that prevents you from being able to work out for an extended period of time? Just collapse it against the wall and leave it there. The idea is genius and well executed. Customer service was excellent also. Had a slight hiccup with a piece and they sent it out right away. What I would expect from a company selling a product of this caliber. I look forward to seeing what they come up with next. If I can provide any feedback it would be to find a way to collapse the front part of the incline bench when in the incline position. It also wouldn’t hurt to improve upon the sliding mechanism when setting the bench to different angles. Lastly…let us pick a different color shirt, man! Maybe white and black to match my set? :)