Type: Posts; User: AttyGuy
Stainless = Stains less. Not, stains not at all.
That's how I got into flipping. I had to buy all some guy's crap, to get the crap I wanted. Nice haul, BTW.
Most of us do. Nothing to brag about. . . .
York's approach to making bars has been talked about online. I just can't remember, what, where, or when. I think the inner sleeves were pressed on. I wish I could remember why I think that.
OK. Got it. Thanks, man.
There was an Oly kit that York sold to make Standard curl bars usable with Oly plates. No welding was involved. Everything went on with set screws.
I've seen it before, and not just post...
This is DIY, and not factory. What statement of mine are you referring to?
Pics. With or without spoon.
I never tire of shoe threads. . . .
Two things. One, never use running shoes for lifting, or lifting shoes for running. Two, . . . .
The Cheapo set-up would have listed one of the other racks if those racks were considered minimally acceptable. You could make $1,000, but you'd have to go with a basic flat bench and a used 300-lb...
If you have the room, go for it. I decided I preferred more space in mine, so I sold the leg press I had.
Yeah. But we could them up and make blobs with them.
No, but York has sold other dumbbells, including hex dumbbells. Those were made overseas.
You are right on the money. Those are sweet vintage plates you've got. You just need to find matching 35s, right?
I don't know. Others have speculated that York used red instead of black...
Morbius, do you believe this plate was painted red at the factory? I've a suspicion that some York plates from the 30's to 50's were painted other than black, with red being the most likely color.
Right. And I too believe the 1 1/4-lb plates to be Ivankos. 1 1/4-lb York Oly plates are true unicorns, along with 11-lb roundheads.
I noticed Morbius's facial similarity to Exeter too. We all have our doppelgaengers out there. . . .
Interesting looking plates.