Type: Posts; User: Josephbd
They were 60's as Joe Gold made those Dumbbells and he used 7.5lb plates up to the 90's.
Very nice job.
All the best,
I spoke to Mike at Reflex fitness and they are having a big sale. There phone number is 8008520241. They build some of the best equipment. Have a great weekend guys!...
Give a call.
All the best,
QUOTE=jonrob5891;1358453941]Can I send you a personal check for one of your weight stack pins. I have 7 Nautilus machines that I would like to add...
Thanks for the compliment. I am probably creating more work for myself with all the future repairs I'll have to do.
All the best gang and I'll post new pics of some other new items in the que that...
This is from a lot of 24 going to a commercial gym. Different design but it's what they want.
I will dig them up and post them. Have to be in my archives somewhere.
I fabricated a set a weight horns for the Squat press for a client that made the foot print smaller. Imagine 2 weight horns side by at the top of a T that fits into the original weight horn...
Here is the pullover dumbbell handle.
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Here is a dip unit that I built 22 years ago with plate holder storage and band attachments. This was when bands were just coming into the market and I was experimenting with them. They have come a...
It's 16.5 inches long. The handles revolve. You can pull back quite wide. Hope your training is going well.
Thanks for the embedding info.
Theses are actually 22's. This way the plates fit on them. They were loaded with 110 kilos of extra weight and they weigh 180 lbs unloaded. Hasn't been any...
The wrist roller with nylon sleeves and adjustable for height and stroke. 2 inch knurled grips.
Poor mans farmers with plate holder.
Some more odds and ends.
The weight stack plate holder pin.
Sure. Pm me if interested but I am quite backed up in the Que so my turn arounds are a little longer lately. QUOTE=lsu777;1342308191]that handle is bad ass. Joe do you take orders?[/QUOTE]
They are plastic and commercially available. Used in the avionics and defense industry mostly. PM me anytime.
A pleasure to meet you. Your work is superb!. No, the rotating handles are not really worth the extra cost. The unit that we had measured almost 15 degrees and we felt that straight handles...
Here's just one more for now as I have to get back to work. It's a grip machine that mimics COC's. Starting weight can be zero and can go to 750lbs. Pad rotates left and right. Negative assist...
I it's based on the same concept as Watsons but I changed the positioning as it worked more directly. Also I wanted to modernize it by redesigning the center shaft. As for the low row handles...