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    Wicked Wrist Roller

    Just got my wrist roller setup.......made the loading pin out of an old olympic adapter. Saved me $50.00


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    Very nice!

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    Nice. I have the older version. Yor pictures makes me want one of those.
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    They claim you can use a 1 or 1 1/8" bar through it and it rolls on a bushing. Does it have one size bushing or two. If only one, then I would assume that a 1 1/8" bar would be a better fit and a 1" would be a hack.
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    Originally Posted by ICEcap2 View Post
    They claim you can use a 1 or 1 1/8" bar through it and it rolls on a bushing. Does it have one size bushing or two. If only one, then I would assume that a 1 1/8" bar would be a better fit and a 1" would be a hack.
    It only has the one set of bushings. I can't say how the fit is yet....I'm using a piece of 3/4" conduit until I can find a piece of solid 1" stock @ 60" length. It works just fine on the 3/4 for now but after I go up in weight I'm gonna need the solid bar.

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    Thanks for the photo that tells me most of what I wanted to know. You would happen to have some dial calipers to measure the hole, would you? It has to be 1.125" or bigger. I would bet it is bigger, but by how much.

    I am thinking I could put this over a bar mounted to my J hook on my rack and connect the cord to my weight stack.
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    Originally Posted by ICEcap2 View Post
    Thanks for the photo that tells me most of what I wanted to know. You would happen to have some dial calipers to measure the hole, would you? It has to be 1.125" or bigger. I would bet it is bigger, but by how much.

    I am thinking I could put this over a bar mounted to my J hook on my rack and connect the cord to my weight stack.
    No calipers but it measures 1 1/8" on the outside edge and tapers in.
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    I have one too. I have had it for about six years now and it has held up well.

    I just use a standard bar and used weight clamps to hold the wrist roller centered.



    I just add some hooks on my rack, hence the clamps on the end of the bar.



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    To keep the roller centered you can use one of these

    http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page...1.125%20inches



    What is the diameter of the gripping area and how do you like the knurling?
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    I bought one too

    I used a 3/4" water pipe, it almost fits perfectly. The pipe measures 1.054-1.062 in diameter. The nylon bushing in the roller is about 1.075". I like the fact that I don't need to load any plates and can just move a pin on my weight stack. I am going to add some set screw collars to complete the project.

    I roller is pricey for what it is. However it is very well made, knurling and finish are excellent and it rolls very smoothly on the pipe. It appears to have a clear coat finish too. IMO for mortals, no need for a solid bar, just buy a 3/4" pipe. Now if you are going to roll more than 250 lbs that may be a different story.

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    I got my set screw collars today from Amazon and finish the wicked roller for my rack. The collars centers the bar in the rack and centers roller on the bar. It also stores away nicely my peg board.



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    ^^^^^ It never occurred to me to attach the clip to the lower pulley. Works great and less clutter in the rack. Thanks
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