Type: Posts; User: Stasher1
I'm sure you have...
Not to be argumentative, but dropping £225 for a piece of equipment that's missing key pieces is not a smart idea nor is it a "bargain". OP clearly has no idea what he bought, who made it, how he's...
You can probably buy them direct from the manufacturer, if you can figure out who made it. If not, you'(or someone else) will have to fabricate them
Why the hell is he wearing all of that stuff if he's not going to use it properly?
You paid about 4x what I would've paid, especially without the spotters.
Brand new retail, but just a simple rack, flat bench, one or two bars, and a couple sets of CAP plates. Haven't done the math, but I don't think I'm all that far off if we're talking about a basic...
As some of you know, I just moved about a month ago and if I had it to do all over again I would've just sold all of my equipment and bought a new rack, plates, benches, and bars. That way...
You just need to expand your collection. Different bars for different lifts. ;)
Some of it may be body chemistry. I can cause rust on any piece of bare (or blued) steel just by touching it. I had to wipe my bare steel bars down with a light machine oil every week and/or after...
I have an older BFS plate-loaded lat machine, and it is (or it was) completely welded, 7'8" tall, and a real PITA to move up/down stairs. If you're looking for a unit that'll be easy to carry up to...
All of the other things I've called you in the past, and you pick "china marker" to be upset about?
Grease pencil aka "China marker"
Inexpensive, works like a pencil so it's pretty damn hard to mess it up, and it comes right off with windex.
You too, huh? My IP was banned as well. I'm on the road right now so I'm on my phone, but as of 2:30 this afternoon my home IP was still banned.
We ran into the same thing when we were shopping for my wife's car. Went looking for a two/three year old car with less than 35k miles, and the prices were just ridiculous. We wound up buying brand...
Thanks. I'm planning on having some of the equipment stripped and powder coated to match, but that'll have to wait until the drywall is done and the wife's spin bike is purchased.
It's a Parabody 843, and it's much much higher in quality than the Powerline PPR200X. It's comparable to the Body Solid GPR378 but nicer, IMO.
No, that's not quite true. It's you that I don't like. Your constant spamming of the forum simply increases this dislike.