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    Body-Solid manuals usually lack good...

    Body-Solid manuals usually lack good instructions. For this machine they just provide a blown-up drawing of all parts. It's no brainer to figure the correct assembly out though. As far as height of...
  • Freemotion rack is more of high-end class to me....

    Freemotion rack is more of high-end class to me. Overall this type of squat racks is outdated simply because they don't provide 100% safety from accidents. To me the king of squat racks is Power Lift...
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    Overall I prefer the Body-Solid Leverage Squat to...

    Overall I prefer the Body-Solid Leverage Squat to the Powertec one. I have the former. To remedy the calf block height I built a 7" tall wooden block out of 2"x6"s. It was cheap and heavy duty....
  • I have the said Cybex Squat Rack. Not planning...

    I have the said Cybex Squat Rack. Not planning getting rid of it. Star Trac and Freemotion make squat racks with adjustable safeties as well. I don't know what is the reasoning behind preference for...
  • This rack looks a lot like Cybex squat rack with...

    This rack looks a lot like Cybex squat rack with adjustable safety bars.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=6838623&stc=1&d=1397885345
  • TkStar Old School Row Handle Attachment

    Cropped original pictures and made a third one with a title for archiving purposes before the product disappears from the tkstar site.
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    I'd go with the Hammer Strength Isolateral Row....

    I'd go with the Hammer Strength Isolateral Row. It's an improved "off-spring" of the Nautilus Leverage Row. First, it's isolateral. Second, it's divergent meaning more natural rowing movement. Third,...
  • Obviously, the hooks can be worn on the dorsal...

    Obviously, the hooks can be worn on the dorsal side of the hands with the metal hooks being inserted upside down. But the only thing holding the hooks would be Velcro straps. I would not recommend...
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    Embedded your pictures in the uploaded order. ...

    Embedded your pictures in the uploaded order.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=6746731&d=1395332122
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    This bar looks identical to Crepinsek Safety...

    This bar looks identical to Crepinsek Safety Squat Bar.

    http://www.1500lb.com/specializedbars.html

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=6744451&stc=1&d=1395265734
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    Last week I went to LAFitness and they had new...

    Last week I went to LAFitness and they had new Iron Grip urethane-coated plates. I really liked their quality and design.

    http://www.irongrip.com/products/olympicplates_ig.asp
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    Mech6, whenever I see pictures of your custom...

    Mech6, whenever I see pictures of your custom work, I think of Dynatorch Super B low-cost plasma CNC. It comes in sizes 4x4, 4x8 and 5x10.

    http://dynatorch.com/superb

    This Canadian welder is...
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    I'd recommend to screw a couple of long enough...

    I'd recommend to screw a couple of long enough pieces of 2x4 wood horizontally and then install a chin-up bar on them. This way you'll spread the weight evenly between several vertical wall studs. I...
  • Suffix -stan has the same origin as English verb...

    Suffix -stan has the same origin as English verb TO STAND. It literally translates as A PLACE OF STANDING.
  • Jokes aside, I consider Canada as a part of the...

    Jokes aside, I consider Canada as a part of the greater USA, at least culturally and accentwise. Listening to Brits and Aussies gives me headache after awhile. I call them tormentors of beautiful...
  • My first choice would be Freemotion FT as it...

    My first choice would be Freemotion FT as it allows greater variety of exercises, especially if limited on available space.
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    Never seen this kind of heavy-duty spotters being...

    Never seen this kind of heavy-duty spotters being diy'ed before. Still trying to wrap around my head how sorinex style spotters function.
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    I use this:...

    I use this: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=146559933

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=4670723&d=1342511487
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    This is very easy to do and not expensive. ...

    This is very easy to do and not expensive.

    Here are mine:
    DIY Step-Up Stand (Heavy Duty)
    DIY Stiff-Legged Deadlift Stand (solid and cheap)
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    Yes, I bought it from him. The CPX Row is the...

    Yes, I bought it from him. The CPX Row is the closest to the natural rowing movement I have experienced so far. So, it's the number one row machine for me. Sort of like a Concept 2 but with weights...
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