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    there's this guy over here that sells them, he also does custom work and the whole nine you should sell these online you can make a lot of cash if you want with these skills.
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    Originally Posted by Nosje View Post
    there's this guy over here that sells them, he also does custom work and the whole nine you should sell these online you can make a lot of cash if you want with these skills.
    Yeah, I didn't think it was all that special when I made it back then. They're all just ripoffs of the original rev. hyper anyways. Just though it was funny that more of these are coming out now with "patent pending". Which is dumb in this case.
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    I'm curious how much does it cost (materials) to build a standard rack?
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    Originally Posted by Nosje View Post
    I'm curious how much does it cost (materials) to build a standard rack?
    Structural steel (tubing, flat bar...) is around $0.50-$0.55/lb right now, in Canada. US won't be much different. Go from there.
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    That one, yes. As comparaison, the half-rack in the 2nd post is 580lbs without spotters or j-hooks. 7 gauge.
    Once again great work, racks look very professional and safe.
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    Good. I like to see what others can come up with.
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    Originally Posted by dumb.bell View Post
    I'm assuming shipping to the US is quite expensive?
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    Depends what it is, but if it's on a pallet and has to clear customs, then yes, probably not worth it.
    What about southern Ontario?

    (Actually I have a brother who lives in Montreal, but he doesn't like me enough to lug a power rack or anything back when he visits! :S )
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    Originally Posted by odinson777 View Post
    What about southern Ontario?

    (Actually I have a brother who lives in Montreal, but he doesn't like me enough to lug a power rack or anything back when he visits! :S )
    Doable. Also, people drive up from there every once in a while to pick up. Maybe you could strike a deal. But I can ship there if not.
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    That opens up possibilities nicely!
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Depends what it is, but if it's on a pallet and has to clear customs, then yes, probably not worth it.
    Damn

    I live in the US and I'm just now seeing this thread and your work looks amazing, seriously

    What I'd need would have to be on a pallet I'm sure
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Custom j-hooks.

    Who are those J-hooks for?
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    Ideal welding table top thickness for things such as benches,racks etc? (4x8ft)
    Trying to find that sweet spot between too thin and insanily overbuilt & expensive.
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    Ideal welding table top thickness for things such as benches,racks etc? (4x8ft)
    Trying to find that sweet spot between too thin and insanily overbuilt & expensive.
    1/2" would be minimum. But getting plate flat is a pain. I would suggest making the top out of 4-6" wide beams or tubes, side by side, with gaps for clamps and such.
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    Who are those J-hooks for?

    those are some sweet looking j-hooks. curious as to what is the white protective items on the back of them and where did you get them? I was looking for something like that for my j-hooks to prevent scratching etc. thanks
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    those are some sweet looking j-hooks. curious as to what is the white protective items on the back of them and where did you get them? I was looking for something like that for my j-hooks to prevent scratching etc. thanks
    Adhesive backed uhmw strips. McMaster has it in the US. mcmaster.com
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Adhesive backed uhmw strips. McMaster has it in the US. mcmaster.com
    Are you using the adhesive backed strips or film? What thickness?
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    Are you using the adhesive backed strips or film? What thickness?
    Those were using strips, 1/32" (0.031"). I've also used 1/8" for other uses.
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    Wait did you fab the swing in safeties for the Black & Red rack also????? Holy crap why can't Sorinex, or Rogue see this right now.

    You've pretty much my dream rack

    -30 Inch Squat Depth with 3x3 Uprights
    -Holes on all 4 sides of uprights
    -2x3 Plate Storage with only 16" between uprights
    -Total overall depth of 54"
    -30" Swing in Safeties
    -Bolt Together Design
    -Easy to upgrade

    The Dark Horse is close, but I want a complete bolt together design for ease of breakdown and setup.

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    Wait did you fab the swing in safeties for the Black & Red rack also????? Holy crap why can't Sorinex, or Rogue see this right now.

    You've pretty much my dream rack

    -30 Inch Squat Depth with 3x3 Uprights
    -Holes on all 4 sides of uprights
    -2x3 Plate Storage with only 16" between uprights
    -Total overall depth of 54"
    -30" Swing in Safeties
    -Bolt Together Design
    -Easy to upgrade

    The Dark Horse is close, but I want a complete bolt together design for ease of breakdown and setup.
    Ya, I made them. EFS/Williams Strength makes them also for 5/8" pins. Not sure why rogue doesn't yet. Sorinex uses 1" pins.
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Ya, I made them. EFS/Williams Strength makes them also for 5/8" pins. Not sure why rogue doesn't yet. Sorinex uses 1" pins.
    Is the EFS/Williams Strength 30 inches? I wonder if either of those would work with a Rogue Monster or Monster Lite rack with 30 inch squat area, because then I can get the Rogue Racks I like and buy someone elses swing in safety. Rogue does make one, but its like 43 inches long and I'm trying to shorten my Rack Depth.
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    Originally Posted by djslik916 View Post
    Is the EFS/Williams Strength 30 inches? I wonder if either of those would work with a Rogue Monster or Monster Lite rack with 30 inch squat area, because then I can get the Rogue Racks I like and buy someone elses swing in safety. Rogue does make one, but its like 43 inches long and I'm trying to shorten my Rack Depth.
    Dean @ Black Widow can do them- my BWTG rack is 30" squat depth w/ swing-in safeties:



    My rack actually hits most of your needs that you listed, too
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Adhesive backed uhmw strips. McMaster has it in the US. mcmaster.com
    thanks for the info- will definitely be looking into it.
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