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    Which is exactly why it tips over. Poor design....

    Which is exactly why it tips over. Poor design. Extend the base out past the safeties and this video would never have happened.

    There are a whole heap of badly, even dangerously, designed squat...
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    Like every other piece of Watson equipment that...

    Like every other piece of Watson equipment that I've seen/used they're solid as. They don't wobble as they are one welded unit, and will not tip as the base is so large. Calling the design...
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    http://www.strengthshop.co.uk/equipment-and-bars/m...

    http://www.strengthshop.co.uk/equipment-and-bars/miscellaneous/rubber-gym-mat-6-x3-12mm-thick.html

    These are pretty cheap and deliver easily enough. They do cut up, takes some work and patience...
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    Definately a Texas bar, one of the older versions...

    Definately a Texas bar, one of the older versions with a bare steel shaft by the look of it.
    As for the stamp it can be barely visible. Even when mine was brand new I could only just make it out...
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    Consider this rack to, it's better in my opinion...

    Consider this rack to, it's better in my opinion than the Powertec for similar money;

    http://www.powerhouse-fitness.co.uk/bodycraft-f430-power-rack.php

    Also fitness superstore are the only...
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    Not sure about in the US, but yes; ...

    Not sure about in the US, but yes;

    http://www.gymequipment.uk.com/store/item/388wq/Dumbbells/Watson_Pro_Dumbbells.html

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    The brochure in skyaura's post; And I...

    The brochure in skyaura's post;





    And I agree there must be wheels somewhere on that bench, it's apparently 7 gauge too and the frame is dam near the width of the power rack it locks into.
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    The brochure says the signature racks are 3x3 and...

    The brochure says the signature racks are 3x3 and 3x4 7 gauge steel (the William Strength website is wrong apparently). Can't remember the exact difference between 11 and 7 gauge but if I recall...
  • There's a thread somewhere on here where an owner...

    There's a thread somewhere on here where an owner of that rack wrecked a safety pin by dropping 40-50kg on it. The safeties are weak as hell, which kinda defeats the point of buying a power rack.
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  • My advice is buy a decent rack now, rather than...

    My advice is buy a decent rack now, rather than buying that one and upgrading down the line, which you will want/need to do with that rack.

    It's the cheapest rack on the market, and it's frankly...
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    Seems to me it's a case, as it often is, of...

    Seems to me it's a case, as it often is, of building into it. We have after all run barefoot for millennia before running shoes came along, some top African distance runners still run barefoot; it's...
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    Here's another cheap option in the UK; ...

    Here's another cheap option in the UK;

    http://www.strengthshop.co.uk/equipment-and-bars/miscellaneous/glute-ham-developer.html
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    Very interesting write up KBKB. Need to spread to...

    Very interesting write up KBKB. Need to spread to rep you.

    Trying to think of a substitute so I wouldn't have to buy the Ironmind versions (bit expensive for me over here), to give them a go.
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    I dunno, looks like they dislocated their...

    I dunno, looks like they dislocated their shoulder to me.
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    The biggest difference will be a 30mm will be...

    The biggest difference will be a 30mm will be stiffer than a 28, it'll have less whip. Bar whip doesn't start playing a major role in lifts until you hit some pretty high numbers anyway, so a 30mm...
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    Are you keeping your wrists straight and not...

    Are you keeping your wrists straight and not cocked back? Pretty common mistake that can put an awful lot of stress on your wrists;
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    You need a Powertec workbench or multisystem to...

    You need a Powertec workbench or multisystem to plug this into, unless by some random chance it fits another bench too, but I wouldn't count on it.
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    The Iron Master lat attacment is pretty much a...

    The Iron Master lat attacment is pretty much a full blown lat machine the bench slots onto though. This Powertec version is a similar design to every other bench lat attachment, from Impex through to...
  • First bit of advice, don't by a bearing bar for...

    First bit of advice, don't by a bearing bar for under about 400 quid. It's firstly unnecessary and secondly it'll quite simply be sh!t.

    That York is probably similar to your current bar. It's 30...
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    With how much you're moving that Elite rack, I...

    With how much you're moving that Elite rack, I can imagine how the Bodycraft must have rocked! Would've probably have been possible to tip without your crossover attachment.

    To remove it do you...
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