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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Yes, this is correct.
    Any chance you would make more if you had multiple buyers pay up front?
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    Originally Posted by AttyGuy View Post
    I align my chakras and the bench falls into place.
    I hate when I smack my chakras on my bench.
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    Originally Posted by RoCol View Post
    Any chance you would make more if you had multiple buyers pay up front?
    I wouldn't be comfortable holding on to the money that long. Plus I don't really have time.
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    I wouldn't be comfortable holding on to the money that long. Plus I don't really have time.
    Still waiting on the quote for my swing in six pack cooler
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    I wouldn't be comfortable holding on to the money that long. Plus I don't really have time.
    No problem at all! Thank you though!
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    Originally Posted by cwcmac View Post
    I hate when I smack my chakras on my bench.
    Or, for that matter, catch them in the gap on the adjustable bench...
    You need a good rack, a bench, and a 300-lb Olympic weight set. Now, what was your question?

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    This is just a posting that if some body else who has Mech Mono's makes the same mistake then here is the solution.

    Mech gives you 2 holes for the stopper bolt. When I got mine the stopper bolt was on the first hole. So few months ago I decided to move the stopper belt to second hole so that I have little more room during the concentric portion of the squat. Got hurt and did not SQ for few months.
    Now started to work out couple of weeks ago and today I noticed that one of the swing arms is not retracting after the lift off .

    We were using J cups as weight for SQ till today

    Here is the pic even without any eight it looks like the swing Arm is stuck








    Now after couple of e-mail exchanges with Mech , I realized that I over tighten the stopper bolt.

    Small bolt in the pic






    So played little bit with the stopper bolt and the pivot bolt ( bigger bolt) on the above pic by loosening and tighting like 1/8 each time, now this arm swings just like the other one stops gently at the rubber stopper. I tried with empty bar.

    So sometimes perfection has it's own downside lol.. Unlike other equipment, Mech's stuff is engineered and built with precision.

    Not sure how to upload a video but I took video of the arm retracting back after initial fix.
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    Originally Posted by Mech6 View Post
    Have 2 sets. No straps. Rogue RML or equivalent.

    Does anyone know where I can buy the straps to use with these?
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    As i got rid of my Jammer arms i need to install Mech's Belt SQ . After going through couple of options i have decided to install the post directly on the concrete. The small holes take 1/4" tapcons and large one 1/2". Planning to use 4 , 1/14' diameter ones.

    For folks who installed the post directly to the concrete , what length tapcons did you use ?







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    Originally Posted by vhd16 View Post
    As i got rid of my Jammer arms i need to install Mech's Belt SQ . After going through couple of options i have decided to install the post directly on the concrete. The small holes take 1/4" tapcons and large one 1/2". Planning to use 4 , 1/14' diameter ones.

    For folks who installed the post directly to the concrete , what length tapcons did you use ?
    I used Rogue's kit on their site.
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    Originally Posted by C123C View Post
    I used Rogue's kit on their site.
    Assume you used the 3/8” HD Anchors from Rogue in the 1/2” holes ?
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    Originally Posted by vhd16 View Post
    As i got rid of my Jammer arms i need to install Mech's Belt SQ . After going through couple of options i have decided to install the post directly on the concrete. The small holes take 1/4" tapcons and large one 1/2". Planning to use 4 , 1/14' diameter ones.

    For folks who installed the post directly to the concrete , what length tapcons did you use ?
    The large holes are for 3/8" anchors when on concrete, the small holes are for wood screws when using a platform. I'd use the larger holes in this case. 4 corners is enough, don't need 6. Unless your floor is pretty damaged.
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    I'm still weary about drilling into my foundation, would rather build a small 4x4 wooden platform and have something that could be moved later on.
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    I'm still weary about drilling into my foundation, would rather build a small 4x4 wooden platform and have something that could be moved later on.
    I tend to agree. I had thought of simply a wood foundation to give it stability but not large enough for me to stand on (on the rack it is currently more in the way than not with how my room is set up). But you're thinking a full platform for it?
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    I tend to agree. I had thought of simply a wood foundation to give it stability but not large enough for me to stand on (on the rack it is currently more in the way than not with how my room is set up). But you're thinking a full platform for it?
    Just figured it would be super easy to make, couple inches thick with maybe a cutout on the center for additional ROM. I'm very happy with the platform I built for my rack, it's nice having things bolted down.
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    Originally Posted by zoom008 View Post
    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/attac...1&d=1584502407

    Does anyone know where I can buy the straps to use with these?
    I'd like to know as well. I own one of these strap safety sets and have yet to get straps for them.
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    I'd like to know as well. I own one of these strap safety sets and have yet to get straps for them.
    I think lifting web straps would probably work. Like this:

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    I think lifting web straps would probably work. Like this:

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SQJRBQT...ing=UTF8&psc=1
    Material and design for sure but they need to be a specific length. I have a 43" safety length so that's absolute straight line minimum and then a few inches for adjustability. These are either 3.3' and next is 6.6' I think. Someone had a source a while back but I forgot to bookmark or lost the link.
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    Material and design for sure but they need to be a specific length. I have a 43" safety length so that's absolute straight line minimum and then a few inches for adjustability. These are either 3.3' and next is 6.6' I think. Someone had a source a while back but I forgot to bookmark or lost the link.
    If you search around you can find lifting web straps in other lengths/widths. I think I've seen 48" that would work for you. You can probably even get a custom length from companies that specialize in towing and lifting slings/chains/straps.
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