Was looking at various racks with a weight storage option and the TDS PRO92580 - 84 inch version has a weight storage option. Pictured here:
http://www.newyorkbarbells.com/pro92580.html (picture on the right)
A concern though: could just be the perspective on this picture, but it appears that if you had a bar loaded with 45 lb weights, it would actually hit any 45 lb weights loaded on the weight storage pins, especially in the bench or doing low rack pulls, where there would inevitably be 45's on both your bar and the weight storage. I know that would be a pretty serious design flaw to put in to production, but the picture appears to show it.
Any owners of the the TDS Titan PRO92580 w/ weight storage that can confirm there is actually enough room between 45's (or 35's for that matter) stored on the weight storage, when a bar loaded with 45's is placed in a J-hook beside the weight storage pin with the 45's? Even if the weights don't touch, do you end up banging knuckles on 45's that clear but are too close together?
Seems like a nice rack, otherwise.
EDIT: Also, if you own the rack but not the rear weight storage, would you mind taking a tape measure to measure the length between the rear upright and the back of rear 2" X 4" floor tube? It appears the rear storage comes up right off the back of that 2X4 floor tube, so this would be the distance between the 2 uprights with the weight storage installed. Knowing the uprights are 3x3 and the size of my 45's, I could get an idea of the overall dimensions would work.
Thread: TDS Titan Rack w/ Weight Storage