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    Originally Posted by EricAtl View Post
    The whole pad is probably going in the trash.
    Perfect for your old 10" Legend pad and maybe as a dumbbell bench or something when you are trying to maximize range of motion. All you have to do is choose a color and redo the base too.

    I'm on 3 benches as well but if I had more room I'd not mind so much. FatPad dedicated flat, adjustable Rogue, and bench for my Inspire FTX which needs to be low and narrow based to work in the unit properly. It does irk my minimalist nature some. That said if I had space and a giant wall of dumbbells I'd love 3-4 dedicated stations there with different benches but that's borderline commercial.
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    Originally Posted by C123C View Post
    Perfect for your old 10" Legend pad and maybe as a dumbbell bench or something when you are trying to maximize range of motion. All you have to do is choose a color and redo the base too.

    I'm on 3 benches as well but if I had more room I'd not mind so much. FatPad dedicated flat, adjustable Rogue, and bench for my Inspire FTX which needs to be low and narrow based to work in the unit properly. It does irk my minimalist nature some. That said if I had space and a giant wall of dumbbells I'd love 3-4 dedicated stations there with different benches but that's borderline commercial.
    I have the body masters bench with the 12” pad as a dumbbell bench. But yes,I like having the benches in a row like a commercial gym.
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    Cybex 5435. Thanks Duplicitous for letting me know about this great deal. $200 plus had to pay $30 in tolls .
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    Originally Posted by evankyle View Post
    Cybex 5435. Thanks Duplicitous for letting me know about this great deal. $200 plus had to pay $30 in tolls .
    Np. Looks like it's in great shape. Love mine.
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    Originally Posted by Duplicitous View Post
    Np. Looks like it's in great shape. Love mine.
    Yes it is an awesome bench. I had been using a decent 5 year old Rep bench that seemed to suit my needs fine and had no real issues, but the Cybex 5435 feels much better.
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    Well after 2 & 1/2 years my knockoff Kratos straps kicked the bucket. They seemed to do well initially with the Rogue Power Bar, but once I switched over to the REP Deep Knurl power bar I noticed they started to break down quickly. Switching back to the 'Made in USA' version, the classic Versa Gripps! Quite a difference in material quality, although the Kratos have a larger area to wrap around the barbell. Initially I like the Kratos better, they were made of a grippier material which really grabbed onto the bar. But we'll see how it goes with time and as the new straps break in.

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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    Well after 2 & 1/2 years my knockoff Kratos straps kicked the bucket. They seemed to do well initially with the Rogue Power Bar, but once I switched over to the REP Deep Knurl power bar I noticed they started to break down quickly. Switching back to the 'Made in USA' version, the classic Versa Gripps! Quite a difference in material quality, although the Kratos have a larger area to wrap around the barbell. Initially I like the Kratos better, they were made of a grippier material which really grabbed onto the bar. But we'll see how it goes with time and as the new straps break in.

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    never used them, but was always curious. I assume you can wrap easily/quicker than traditional wraps?
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    Originally Posted by grumpytude View Post
    never used them, but was always curious. I assume you can wrap easily/quicker than traditional wraps?
    That's the idea, didn't like traditional wraps so I got a pair of the Versa Gripps a long time ago but the were the wrong size. I didn't return them in time so I bought a pair of Kratos when they were $25 on Amazon (now $35). They seem to be more like the Versa Gripps Pro than the classic, but I really didn't want to spend $70 for a pair of straps. I use them mainly with pulldown movements and on the handles of the belt squat, for high rep stuff like shrugs and rows.
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    That's the idea, didn't like traditional wraps so I got a pair of the Versa Gripps a long time ago but the were the wrong size. I didn't return them in time so I bought a pair of Kratos when they were $25 on Amazon (now $35). They seem to be more like the Versa Gripps Pro than the classic, but I really didn't want to spend $70 for a pair of straps. I use them mainly with pulldown movements and on the handles of the belt squat, for high rep stuff like shrugs and rows.
    thanks I'll check them out.
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    I’ve had a pair of VersaGrips for about 6-8 years and they are still in great shape. I use them quite a bit more than the average guy on here because arthritis in my hands really limits grip strength. They are pricey but we’ll worth it IMO. As of now , I doubt I’ll ever need to replace them.
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    Originally Posted by irongrandpa View Post
    I’ve had a pair of VersaGrips for about 6-8 years and they are still in great shape. I use them quite a bit more than the average guy on here because arthritis in my hands really limits grip strength. They are pricey but we’ll worth it IMO. As of now , I doubt I’ll ever need to replace them.
    Kinda wish I would have sprung for the Peo version, but I think the classic will be okay for barbell work. It's just not great for powder coated handles, I'll probably have to put some tape on my Edge handles to get it to stick/grab better.
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    Very nice! Use it well.
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    Very nice! Use it well.
    Thanks, really liking it so far. Replaced a Titan RH and a Dynamic rack-mounted GHD. It's less than 20" longer than the Titan RH alone, so even before factoring in the free space needed to actually use each machine it's saving space. The pop-pin adjustments are very smooth, and the footplate is wide enough with the handles for the RH that I don't feel the need to upgrade to a bigger one.

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    I sold my 15+ year old Parabody leg ext/curl machine and bought the Ironmaster leg ext/curl add-on. I sold the Parabody before I was even able to get my IM attachment and test it. I am shocked by how good this piece feels. I miss the back support and handle from my Parabody but I have to say the IM feels real good on extensions and I actually prefer it for lying leg curls. I also attached the hybrid pad to my Superbench PRO. I think it really helps for using the leg ext/curl attachment.


    I also sold my old TDS GHD for a killing in relation to what I paid. I don't do GHRs, I only used it for hyperextensions. I bought the IronMaster back extension attachment. I really like this piece, it's super sturdy. I'm trying to free up some room by getting rid of the standalone leg ext/curl and GHD. I want to put in a half rack and this will help.
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    Originally Posted by thedickus View Post

    I also sold my old TDS GHD for a killing in relation to what I paid. I don't do GHRs, I only used it for hyperextensions. I bought the IronMaster back extension attachment. I really like this piece, it's super sturdy. I'm trying to free up some room by getting rid of the standalone leg ext/curl and GHD. I want to put in a half rack and this will help.
    Can you actually do hyperextensions on that without the bench getting in the way?
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    Can you actually do hyperextensions on that without the bench getting in the way?
    Yes surprisingly. I watched some review vids on it and people can get down far enough, it's a 45 degree angle and you're high enough up off the floor that the bench is a non issue. They also make a smaller bench that doubles for their lat pulldown I'm going to get once it's back in stock. It's very comfortable.
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    So this happened, the only piece of gym equipment that has made me break my 'Not Made in China' mood. The CAP+ Commercial Bench (WF Athletic Supply $399). For those who remember I did a full write up 3-4 years back comparing this bench to the Legend 3103, which was a very favorable review and I'd say it still holds true today (for the most part). It's $300-$350 cheaper depending on Legend's current pricing, it's roughly the same exact specs and steel thickness, with a few minor difference which I actually like over the Legend. Removed the ugly feet and replaced with 3x3" end caps and removed all the identifying stickers, so only a trained eye could really tell the difference between the two benches. There were a few rough spots in the paint and the finish isn't as nice as the last one, but it's going to be a fantastic dumbbell only bench.





    Padding is really nice!



    They replaced the foam handle with this one, but it feels nicer that it looks in the pic.



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    Nice lookin' bench
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    Not much gets me into NYC, but I saw this Prime bench on FB Marketplace and couldn't pass it up. It came with the elbow pads also.

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    Not much gets me into NYC, but I saw this Prime bench on FB Marketplace and couldn't pass it up. It came with the elbow pads also.

    Nice bench!
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    Got a free XPO trainer this weekend. Guy listed it for free on a local facebook group. Close to mint condition, works perfectly, just wanted to clear out some stuff.

    What was nice is he bought it new and knew the value. I never love the feeling of getting one past someone that doesn't know what they have so no guilt here

    Really like it but grabbed it mostly for my son to use for some leg work prior to football season
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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    So this happened, the only piece of gym equipment that has made me break my 'Not Made in China' mood. The CAP+ Commercial Bench (WF Athletic Supply $399). For those who remember I did a full write up 3-4 years back comparing this bench to the Legend 3103, which was a very favorable review and I'd say it still holds true today (for the most part). It's $300-$350 cheaper depending on Legend's current pricing, it's roughly the same exact specs and steel thickness, with a few minor difference which I actually like over the Legend. Removed the ugly feet and replaced with 3x3" end caps and removed all the identifying stickers, so only a trained eye could really tell the difference between the two benches. There were a few rough spots in the paint and the finish isn't as nice as the last one, but it's going to be a fantastic dumbbell only bench.
    does look like the legend for sure, for the price not bad. Getting legend stuff shipped now is crazy expensive.
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    Great setup.
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    No pics, but over the last few weeks I added a Rogue Slice Sled with their chest harness, the new Rogue Tib bar (wife did, she has tib issues) and a set of Inspire rubber coated plates, split between my brother and I. The ones I kept are for the sled, and stored in the garage. Figured rubber would help with any humidity issues, and the price was about $1/lb new.
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