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maxpayne32
02-09-2012, 10:55 AM
there is a guy selling ivankos pro dumbbells 5-100 by 5 and a three tier maxicam rack for $1200. i live three hours away so its going to be a pretty long trip for me. I think its a good deal for ivankos but i like to hear some opinions. Do you think i could use a pick up or do i need to rent a uhaul.

ndmike99
02-09-2012, 11:04 AM
there is a guy selling ivankos pro dumbbells 5-100 by 5 and a three tier maxicam rack for $1200. i live three hours away so its going to be a pretty long trip for me. I think its a good deal for ivankos but i like to hear some opinions. Do you think i could use a pick up or do i need to rent a uhaul.

Its a steal for Ivankos assuming they are in good condition. I have picked up similar sets in my dodge ram 1500. If you have a full size truck with decent springs you can make it.

ffrink
02-09-2012, 11:05 AM
there is a guy selling ivankos pro dumbbells 5-100 by 5 and a three tier maxicam rack for $1200. i live three hours away so its going to be a pretty long trip for me. I think its a good deal for ivankos but i like to hear some opinions. Do you think i could use a pick up or do i need to rent a uhaul.

Sounds like a decent deal. how big is your pickup? thats about a ton of iron plus the rack. not a huge load if you have a full size truck.

It IS a long drive. I would be concerned that you would be on your way and he would call and say it was sold to someone else. It happens. Tie that loose end up if you can.


Good luck.

Xhesi
02-09-2012, 11:09 AM
thats like 2100 + rack then

pretty good deal seeing as they can go for around 3000 where im from

maxpayne32
02-10-2012, 06:17 AM
Thanks for the advice I'm trying to finish the deal but here are some pictures of the dumbbells anyways. Do they look like ivankos? He painted half but didn't finish.41294214129431

Skidmarx
02-10-2012, 06:51 AM
Looks like it. 6 hours round trip is a haul.

yabbadabbadoher
02-10-2012, 08:52 AM
6 hours isn't too bad, I drove a little over 5 for mine andit was a set of 35-100 in 5lbs. My half ton was sagging quite a bit, but since your getting more weight and a rack, I would say a one ton should be fine.

ffrink
02-10-2012, 10:15 AM
6 hours isn't too bad, I drove a little over 5 for mine andit was a set of 35-100 in 5lbs. My half ton was sagging quite a bit, but since your getting more weight and a rack, I would say a one ton should be fine.

Just make sure you put the heaviest few up front in the cab to help balance out the load.

jsamor26
02-11-2012, 12:08 PM
1200 is a pretty good deal with the racks included. If you can it will cost a few hundred more to rent a small box truck to haul them if you don't have access to a pickup truck.