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.
The system is awesome. It’s built well. It’s easy to install. My issue with the product is the clearances they give for the system. The height measurement is very important. They do that one correctly. However the width clearance measurement is the issue. They only give the clearance of the rack but it’s missing a critical component of that measurement and that’s the weight bar that you’ll be using with the rack. That bar, which you can buy from their accessory store on the website, is 86.5”. Well that’s more than 30” wider than the clearance of the actual rack. So with that consideration it completely changes the actual “clearance” of the rack system. That may seem like an obvious measurement to some but when you’re looking at these systems and you’re not an expert with weight-lifting systems it can easily be overlooked when planning a space for the rack. I learned this the hard way when I bought my system. Had that key detail been pointed out on any of PRX’s rack system specs I would have realized when sort of space I needed to have in order to use their system. Just FYI for those looking at buying one of these.
Happy with the product. Assembly is a little work.