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    No York’s left behind, found at pias today. 25 is milled. 10s are in better shape than the pair I have.
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    Sweet.
    You need a good rack, a bench, and a 300-lb Olympic weight set. Now, what was your question?

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    Found on FB marketplace, York 25kg bumpers missing the rubber. Is there any way to restore those?

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    Originally Posted by jshaw5 View Post
    Found on FB marketplace, York 25kg bumpers missing the rubber. Is there any way to restore those?

    Restore as in new rubber rings or cleaning them up. The person selling them said they are about 15" in diameter, they would be pretty cool to have some 25kg plates smaller than normal .
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    Originally Posted by irongrandpa View Post
    Restore as in new rubber rings or cleaning them up. The person selling them said they are about 15" in diameter, they would be pretty cool to have some 25kg plates smaller than normal .
    I meant new rubber rings. I think he said they only weighed 50 lbs without the rubber rings too. Would've been cool to have, and the price wasn't bad, I just didn't see an 8 hour round trip in my near future. They're marked as sold now anyway. Anyone from here grab them?
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    If this is not allowed I’m sorry. Does anyone know if York every made a selectorized leg curl/ extension combo machine?
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    Originally Posted by liverpool7 View Post
    If this is not allowed I’m sorry. Does anyone know if York every made a selectorized leg curl/ extension combo machine?
    they made a seated calf which i still own. best one ive tried
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    I am hoping to get some help with three pairs of collars I have. Can anyone tell me the ballpark year the two York pairs were made? The gray spin locks look like the normal Chinese-made collars except there are no markings on them. Most of the other spin locks I have found have either the weight and/or 'China' stamped on them. Thanks!
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    Originally Posted by nissan11 View Post



    First one are standard milled era collars, late 60s to early 90s.

    Second are speed collars, I faintly remember 90s, but someone will correct me.

    Others do not appear to be York.
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    Spped collars are from the 80's.
    You need a good rack, a bench, and a 300-lb Olympic weight set. Now, what was your question?

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    Originally Posted by matrix563 View Post
    they made a seated calf which i still own. best one ive tried
    I can’t figure out how to post pictures but the one I’m looking at is disassembled. They claim it’s similar to the machines that the seat back sits up for extensions and folds down for laying leg curls.

    I can’t find anything online saying york ever made one
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    Originally Posted by liverpool7 View Post
    I can’t figure out how to post pictures but the one I’m looking at is disassembled. They claim it’s similar to the machines that the seat back sits up for extensions and folds down for laying leg curls.

    I can’t find anything online saying york ever made one
    If the price is good I'd get it and try it for awhile. Even if it is made by York, you may or may not like it. You can always sell it if you don't like it and get your money back.
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    Originally Posted by Sboarder1964 View Post
    First one are standard milled era collars, late 60s to early 90s.

    Second are speed collars, I faintly remember 90s, but someone will correct me.

    Others do not appear to be York.
    If those York speed collars are anything like Ivanko COT collars with a inserted metal ring on the inside, then those would be my favorite to pickup to actually use. Best collars for all your needs. They lock crazy strong.

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    Originally Posted by DarthCholo View Post
    If those York speed collars are anything like Ivanko COT collars with a inserted metal ring on the inside, then those would be my favorite to pickup to actually use. Best collars for all your needs. They lock crazy strong.

    Those are pretty cool
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    Originally Posted by DarthCholo View Post
    If those York speed collars are anything like Ivanko COT collars with a inserted metal ring on the inside, then those would be my favorite to pickup to actually use. Best collars for all your needs. They lock crazy strong.

    they are not sadly
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    I may have missed this before...but it is interesting to see what appears to be some reproduction York Barbell apparel on eBay.


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    Bumping to combat Chinese spam...long live York!
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