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    Thanks GarageIron!

    I live in an apartment for the next 5 months so bolting it down is not a possibility... Just wanted to make sure I could use it without bolting it down in the mean time. Pulling the trigger on this Monday morning.
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    OK guys. I sold my rack, and I'm trying to decide on a replacement. I can't make a damn decision. I'm really hoping to limit the total price (rack plus shipping) to under $800. Right now, I have it down to the following racks. You will notice one of them is an open top rack. All of my options are limited by ceiling height. I really need to stay below 82" to have any shot at using the pull up bar. All racks listed are either short enough at stock, or the company is willing to cut the rack to size. All racks fit in my budget via company rep quotes. Initially, I planned on the TSS rack as my first choice, but they told me they are 5-6 weeks behind right now, and they are only 12g steel. Please help me decide, or offer any other better options. Thanks!

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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    OK guys. I sold my rack, and I'm trying to decide on a replacement. I can't make a damn decision. I'm really hoping to limit the total price (rack plus shipping) to under $800. Right now, I have it down to the following racks. You will notice one of them is an open top rack. All of my options are limited by ceiling height. I really need to stay below 82" to have any shot at using the pull up bar. All racks listed are either short enough at stock, or the company is willing to cut the rack to size. All racks fit in my budget via company rep quotes. Initially, I planned on the TSS rack as my first choice, but they told me they are 5-6 weeks behind right now, and they are only 12g steel. Please help me decide, or offer any other better options. Thanks!

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    I'm familiar with the first rack on your list. I installed about 8 of them in home gyms last year and use them in a few fire halls at work. They are Chinese made but quite good in terms of quality. They are solid but I don't like the pop pin hooks and safeties... I haven't seen them fail, in fact they are quite durable. I just don't like the idea of a little pin being the strength of the rack.
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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    OK guys. I sold my rack, and I'm trying to decide on a replacement. I can't make a damn decision. I'm really hoping to limit the total price (rack plus shipping) to under $800. Right now, I have it down to the following racks. You will notice one of them is an open top rack. All of my options are limited by ceiling height. I really need to stay below 82" to have any shot at using the pull up bar. All racks listed are either short enough at stock, or the company is willing to cut the rack to size. All racks fit in my budget via company rep quotes. Initially, I planned on the TSS rack as my first choice, but they told me they are 5-6 weeks behind right now, and they are only 12g steel. Please help me decide, or offer any other better options. Thanks!

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    I've been waiting on you for months!!! So I have to ask..... What happened to the rack you traded work for?
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    Originally Posted by DamonB82 View Post
    I've been waiting on you for months!!! So I have to ask..... What happened to the rack you traded work for?
    That's actually the rack I sold. It was generally pretty nice. I just could never get it quite as stable as I would like it to be, no matter how many times I bolted/unbolted it.It just never felt the way I wanted it to. If I could go back, I have designed the base a bit different too. I ended up selling it yesterday for near $600, which is going toward the new rack.

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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    OK guys. I sold my rack, and I'm trying to decide on a replacement. I can't make a damn decision. I'm really hoping to limit the total price (rack plus shipping) to under $800. Right now, I have it down to the following racks. You will notice one of them is an open top rack. All of my options are limited by ceiling height. I really need to stay below 82" to have any shot at using the pull up bar. All racks listed are either short enough at stock, or the company is willing to cut the rack to size. All racks fit in my budget via company rep quotes. Initially, I planned on the TSS rack as my first choice, but they told me they are 5-6 weeks behind right now, and they are only 12g steel. Please help me decide, or offer any other better options. Thanks!

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    Paulie, Make sure you check out the latest specs of the TSS rack before you purchase. Promaxima is pretty good. I would probably take them over the other 2. For almost the same price, you can look at SNP & Edge as well. Any reason you are not considering Legend? Since you are located in Tennesse, you may avoid high shipping.
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    Originally Posted by hulked View Post
    Paulie, Make sure you check out the latest specs of the TSS rack before you purchase. Promaxima is pretty good. I would probably take them over the other 2. For almost the same price, you can look at SNP & Edge as well. Any reason you are not considering Legend? Since you are located in Tennesse, you may avoid high shipping.
    What is it about the latest specs at TSS that should concern me? I think right now, Promaxima is in the lead, though I wish the full specs on the rack were posted on their website, so I could compare when I'm researching online. I just sent Scott at SNP an email, and I'm waiting for a reply from him. Both Legend and Dynabody were up for consideration because they are w/in 1.5 hours of me, but I didn't really care for their offerings and quotes at this price point. Not to mention Legend told me it might take over 2 months for a custom cut rack to get to me. The only reason I even considered TDS is that they kind of owe me "compensation" for a damage product I bought from them a few months ago, which will result in a discount.
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    I would choose the York or the Promaxima, both are solid racks. The York is nearly identical to the Parabody 843 rack and I've been really satisfied with it . I've used that Promaxima and it's a solid rack.
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    Originally Posted by GarageIron View Post
    My plate storage is not on the inside or outside, it's both. If you look at mine it is offset to the right on both sides. If I had the extra holes up top either of the uprights could be flipped around to set the plate storage inside or outside.



    Mine is not reversible:


    Yours is:


    Pelipe's is reversible but the left one needs to be switched (rotated front to back) around to get the attachment holes to the outside on both:




    I believe they are supposed to mounted to the outside. This creates a 44" spacing between the 2x2's. Sorinex makes 44" cross members for their Basefit line and I'm assuming they set the spacing this way for compatibility with those products (say you wanted a rear cross member for stability etc).

    When my rack was built, there were specifically left and right uprights (I got two right ones). By drilling the extra holes for the pull up bar, they can make one reversible part that can be used on either side.
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    I realized my mistake after putting it together. Since then I have fixed it.

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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    What is it about the latest specs at TSS that should concern me? I think right now, Promaxima is in the lead, though I wish the full specs on the rack were posted on their website, so I could compare when I'm researching online. I just sent Scott at SNP an email, and I'm waiting for a reply from him. Both Legend and Dynabody were up for consideration because they are w/in 1.5 hours of me, but I didn't really care for their offerings and quotes at this price point. Not to mention Legend told me it might take over 2 months for a custom cut rack to get to me. The only reason I even considered TDS is that they kind of owe me "compensation" for a damage product I bought from them a few months ago, which will result in a discount.
    Texas Strength are supposedly made with the same material used in sign posts, which turns some people off (I don't know enough about the strength and quality of signpost material to have an opinion one way or another).

    Have you considered the Body Solid GPR378? It's not in the same league as the racks you're looking at, but at $400-450 shipped, you can't beat the price. The downsides: 3" hole spacing, bottom rear cross member prevents you from squatting off the back, unusual 1 5/16" diameter holes makes 3rd-party add-ons difficult to use (such as extra J-cups). On the positive side, it's heavy, sturdy, and only 79" high.

    Unless you have your heart set on a 4-post rack, have you considered something like Rogue's S2 with spotter arms? You can get it cut down to fit, and it looks sturdy. As much as I like my GPR378, I do miss the convenience of the "openness" of a half rack. It's more of a hassle to move bars and benches in and out of 4-sided power racks than half racks.
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    Well, I've decided to step up in budget, and get a Sorinex Dark Horse rack. I heard from a rep today (yes, on a Sunday) that they would be willing to cut one to 80" for me, but with a 6 week lead time. I decided this was the best plan after an hour long conversation with Scott at SNP Equipment. He was really surprised by the rack, and said he couldn't do anything close for the price. I'll be ordering tomorrow.

    Weisgarb- I know that plenty of people love that Body-Solid rack, especially for the price. However, two things prevented me from buying one. I really like a much deeper, or non-existent base in the back of the rack. The Body-Solid's base ends at the rear uprights. Also, I like to have several pairs of J-hooks. The J-hooks made for these are NEVER in stock, at least when I've checked.
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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    Well, I've decided to step up in budget, and get a Sorinex Dark Horse rack. I heard from a rep today (yes, on a Sunday) that they would be willing to cut one to 80" for me, but with a 6 week lead time. I decided this was the best plan after an hour long conversation with Scott at SNP Equipment. He was really surprised by the rack, and said he couldn't do anything close for the price. I'll be ordering tomorrow. Weisgarb- I know that plenty of people love that Body-Solid rack, especially for the price. However, two things prevented me from buying one. I really like a much deeper, or non-existent base in the back of the rack. The Body-Solid's base ends at the rear uprights. Also, I like to have several pairs of J-hooks. The J-hooks made for these are NEVER in stock, at least when I've checked.
    Great choice! I love my DH. Glad to hear another one is getting shipped out. Now that a few other guys on here have one, I'm sure they agree that the rack is a heavy piece of kit and a steal at that price.
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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    Well, I've decided to step up in budget, and get a Sorinex Dark Horse rack. I heard from a rep today (yes, on a Sunday) that they would be willing to cut one to 80" for me, but with a 6 week lead time. I decided this was the best plan after an hour long conversation with Scott at SNP Equipment. He was really surprised by the rack, and said he couldn't do anything close for the price. I'll be ordering tomorrow. Weisgarb- I know that plenty of people love that Body-Solid rack, especially for the price. However, two things prevented me from buying one. I really like a much deeper, or non-existent base in the back of the rack. The Body-Solid's base ends at the rear uprights. Also, I like to have several pairs of J-hooks. The J-hooks made for these are NEVER in stock, at least when I've checked.
    Great choice. Once you go above 500 in budget, its really tough to beat the DH... Regarding ur earlier question. The TSS racks were 11g, 2.5x2.5 earlier. Now they are 12g, 2.25x2.25... This change was withing the last 6 months or so.

    The sorinex team is very flexible in customizing the DH. Just a thought, you can also have the plate storage in 3x3 and or the same height as the rack

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    Originally Posted by hulked View Post
    Great choice. Once you go above 500 in budget, its really tough to beat the DH... Regarding ur earlier question. The TSS racks were 11g, 2.5x2.5 earlier. Now they are 12g, 2.25x2.25... This change was withing the last 6 months or so.

    The sorinex team is very flexible in customizing the DH. Just a thought, you can also have the plate storage in 3x3 and or the same height as the rack

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    Hey, sorry and I am sure this has already been answered. What is the thickness gauge (ie 7 gauge, 11 gauge, 14 gauge) of the darkhorse?
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    Originally Posted by RandyMcdonald View Post
    Hey, sorry and I am sure this has already been answered. What is the thickness gauge (ie 7 gauge, 11 gauge, 14 gauge) of the darkhorse?
    It's 11g
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    Originally Posted by GarageIron View Post
    Great choice! I love my DH. Glad to hear another one is getting shipped out. Now that a few other guys on here have one, I'm sure they agree that the rack is a heavy piece of kit and a steal at that price.
    Originally Posted by hulked View Post
    Great choice. Once you go above 500 in budget, its really tough to beat the DH... Regarding ur earlier question. The TSS racks were 11g, 2.5x2.5 earlier. Now they are 12g, 2.25x2.25... This change was withing the last 6 months or so.

    The sorinex team is very flexible in customizing the DH. Just a thought, you can also have the plate storage in 3x3 and or the same height as the rack

    Congrats. Repped for the followup.
    The ONLY variable now is the Promaxima. The quote was about $150 less than the Sorinex. Now, the picture of the Promax rack doesn't make it look like a particularly outstanding rack. However, the invoice/quote I received stated "with plate storage rack". So, I'm wondering if that particular option is included, but just not pictured. If it has weight storage on the rear, it will make the rack significantly more substantial. That would put it in the running still for 4 reasons. First, the quality between companies is close. Second, the quote was $150 less. Third, if I buy the Promaxima, I'll have some extra cash to buy my Ironmaster dumbbell add on kit. Last, and least important is lead time. Promaxima tells me their lead time is 2 weeks, where Sorinex say 6 weeks. I know that the power rack is not an item to go cheap on, or cut corners with, since it will last you a lifetime, and it's the most important piece of equipment in any home gym. However, with the companies we are talking about, it's really slitting hairs in terms of quality.

    I'll have more info by this afternoon. I really want something ordered by the end of the day.

    EDIT: I made a mistake on the Promaxima model. What I was quoted for was the FW-163 Official Texas Power meet rack, that DOES have rear weight storage. So, this complicates my decision a bit, since the Promaxima is like $250 cheaper after custom height upcharges on both racks. I started a new thread, requesting assistance with a final decision, since I can't make up my mind. LOL
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    For those that have received the Sorinex Dark Horse, what company was used for delivery? Was the rack just brought to the end of the truck for you to take off or was the pallet actually lowered to the ground and brought up to your house?
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    Originally Posted by pjones1 View Post
    For those that have received the Sorinex Dark Horse, what company was used for delivery? Was the rack just brought to the end of the truck for you to take off or was the pallet actually lowered to the ground and brought up to your house?
    Not sure of the shipping company. They brought it on a pallet and lowered off the truck and put it in my garage.
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    Same here ^^^^^^. Delivery company used on my order was Estes. Rolled out 2 large pallets and lowered onto driveway. Would have put into my garage but I asked them to leave it on the driveway.
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    Same here ^^^^^^. Delivery company used on my order was Estes. Rolled out 2 large pallets and lowered onto driveway. Would have put into my garage but I asked them to leave it on the driveway.
    What else did you get other than the DH? That pallet on the left is oddly shaped and has me curious.
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    Originally Posted by pjones1 View Post
    What else did you get other than the DH? That pallet on the left is oddly shaped and has me curious.
    I'm going to guess it is a GHD.
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    Originally Posted by pjones1 View Post
    What else did you get other than the DH? That pallet on the left is oddly shaped and has me curious.
    Sorinex Glute Ham Developer... The GHD is actually quite large as you can see in my pics. It's deceiving on the Sorinex site.

    *****://store.sorinex.com/The-FNGHD-...am-p/ghd-2.htm

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    Any thoughts/reviews on this thing?
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    Any thoughts/reviews on this thing?
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    Hard to tell, without even a brand name to go on. However, Considering the dimensions and weight, it is no more that 14g steel, if you are lucky. I don't know if Id take a chance on something like that without a fair number of legit positive reviews on it.
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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    What is it about the latest specs at TSS that should concern me? I think right now, Promaxima is in the lead, though I wish the full specs on the rack were posted on their website, so I could compare when I'm researching online. I just sent Scott at SNP an email, and I'm waiting for a reply from him. Both Legend and Dynabody were up for consideration because they are w/in 1.5 hours of me, but I didn't really care for their offerings and quotes at this price point. Not to mention Legend told me it might take over 2 months for a custom cut rack to get to me. The only reason I even considered TDS is that they kind of owe me "compensation" for a damage product I bought from them a few months ago, which will result in a discount.
    That surprises me about Dynabody. I figured Heavy could custom build you a rack cheaper than than the others you mentioned. How far was he off?
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    Originally Posted by HowardCSCS View Post
    That surprises me about Dynabody. I figured Heavy could custom build you a rack cheaper than than the others you mentioned. How far was he off?
    Admittedly, I spend less time looking at Dynabody than anyone else. I've used them in the past, and I just don't care for the base rack, the 127, which is what they would have customized in my price range. When I originally requested a quoted months ago, it took several mails to get a reply, and the quote prior to adding any weight storage was around $600, if I went down and picked it up. However, that was a couple of months ago, and I didn't hang on to the quote info, so I'm not 100% on the price.
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    Originally Posted by Paulie_G View Post
    Admittedly, I spend less time looking at Dynabody than anyone else. I've used them in the past, and I just don't care for the base rack, the 127, which is what they would have customized in my price range. When I originally requested a quoted months ago, it took several mails to get a reply, and the quote prior to adding any weight storage was around $600, if I went down and picked it up. However, that was a couple of months ago, and I didn't hang on to the quote info, so I'm not 100% on the price.
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    Here's a cool custom cage/ pulley system from Strength Inc (StrengthEquipment.net):




    Basic Power Rack: 3" x 3" x .120 (11 guage) square tubing with 1-1/4"
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    Option: 3" x 3" x .188 (7 guage) with 1-3/8" Safety Pins. one pair of
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    Option: Extra pair of J-Hooks (1-1/2" longer for 1-1/2" adjustment on bar
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    Option: Monkey Bar Chin Up: (as shown on rack on website)
    Option: Plate Load Lat/Row with Footplate for row:
    Option: Low Row Bench: (removable, can be used outside of rack)
    Option: Selectrorized Weight Stack Lat/Row: 250lb: or 300lb:
    Option: Band holes and adjustable Band Pins top and Bottom:
    Option: Spacers for Safety Pins to space every 1" increments:
    Option: 4" x 4" Power Rack
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    Hey guys I'm starting a home gym and have been looking around for racks on CL. I used to work out in my buddies garage before moving and he has a rogue W-4 with bumper plates. I planned on getting bumpers and a similar setup. But all I see on here is power rack! Power rack! Power rack! Lol. I don't see the need if I'm using bumpers but maybe I'm missing something? Thanks guys
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