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    Question Just got this bench set but it’s missing the part to set the incline. Help needed!

    Just got this bench set but it’s missing the pin/screw to set the incline. Any idea on what part I need to buy? Shear pins don’t work; the outer opening has threads so it looks like it’s more complicated than that. Any help appreciated.

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    You could just use a nail/spike but you might mess up the threads.
    You can probably find that part searching gym equipment parts.
    I found something similar pin with small plastic T for my adjustable bench.
    Didn't know if it would work just by looking at it but ordered it and it did.
    Do a search.
    Many things like that are universal.
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    If you're just missing a pop pin (that's what it looks like), Tractor Supply sells a few different ones for about $5.
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    That’s exactly it.. tractor supply, huh? Who would have thought. Thanks!
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    Originally Posted by The Bishop View Post
    That’s exactly it.. tractor supply, huh? Who would have thought. Thanks!
    Np. If I recall correctly it's used on one of the John Deere tractors. I bought mine at TSC for my Body Masters decline bench, which had the knob snapped off the pin when I purchased it. They're in the drawers above the loose hardware.
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    Originally Posted by Duplicitous View Post
    Np. If I recall correctly it's used on one of the John Deere tractors. I bought mine at TSC for my Body Masters decline bench, which had the knob snapped off the pin when I purchased it. They're in the drawers above the loose hardware.
    That's good to know.. Thanks.
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    Amazon also sells pop pins and stuff like that. You might also find a bolt to fit those threads.
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