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    Originally Posted by Cleveland33 View Post
    yea if I ever get around to getting an ssb it will be this one

    That said, I am not getting one any time soon - getting it in and out of my rack with my tight space is just too much of a PITA.
    Add an extra set of J hooks. Mount them as high as possibly in the rack. Lift SSB up there, when not in use???? I've thought about doing this in the future. I want to add a set of trolley arms to my RM4, and don't want to have to take the SSB out constantly. (It lives in the rack)
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    Originally Posted by RGrizzzz View Post
    Add an extra set of J hooks. Mount them as high as possibly in the rack. Lift SSB up there, when not in use???? I've thought about doing this in the future. I want to add a set of trolley arms to my RM4, and don't want to have to take the SSB out constantly. (It lives in the rack)
    no room - no extra holes at the top and even if it did, the bar would disrupt my headroom.
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    Hmmn, Marrs bar @ $599 or Titan Belt Squat for the same price...(yes, spamming for Titan) LOL

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    Originally Posted by Cleveland33 View Post
    no room - no extra holes at the top and even if it did, the bar would disrupt my headroom.
    Put them in the "back" side of the rack, where you won't be working? I know the SSB handles will hang down some, but they're angled some on my Rogue SSB, so they can point out of the rack. They're still slightly in the way. I realize rack height and depth are a factor.
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    So I had the opportunity to use this bar recently at Mount Vernon Barbell while traveling. Unfortunately I had to rush through my session and didn't have the opportunity to try it in the front squat position or for any single leg work, just a normal back squat setup. It feels exactly like a super low bar squat with no shoulder stress and was very leg focused. Comfortable with a high quality pad - not quite up to the EFS Yoke bar standard but heads and tails above the Transformer Bar.

    Its a really interesting piece but like others have said $650 + shipping is a lot to ask from a specialty bar and it would pose some storage difficulties in a home gym environment.

    To those asking if it is a safety squat bar replacement, I guess that would depend on what you're getting a SSB for. If you want a low shoulder stress lower body option then yes, but without trying it in a front squat setup I can't say if you could get the same kind of quad and upper back strain on it.
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    Originally Posted by IronAbrams View Post
    Its a really interesting piece but like others have said $650 + shipping is a lot to ask from a specialty bar and it would pose some storage difficulties in a home gym environment.
    Pretty much how I feel. I was hyped when i used it at the Arnold, then the pricing reality sets in and it's been 7 months and I still don't own one.
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    I paid exactly 299.99 shipped for my efs yoke bar and that’s exactly what it’s worth. That’s not a put down it’s a reality, all these bars are worth 300-400 tops if an actual piece of commercial equipment like say my promaxima leg curl where about 100 times the steel and effort went into it cost around 600 shipped.... it’s common sense
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    Originally Posted by RGrizzzz View Post
    Add an extra set of J hooks. Mount them as high as possibly in the rack. Lift SSB up there, when not in use???? I've thought about doing this in the future. I want to add a set of trolley arms to my RM4, and don't want to have to take the SSB out constantly. (It lives in the rack)
    I bought an extra couple sets of band pegs for this purpose, they work great & way cheaper
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    "Morning Lifter" and Coop both recently posted lengthy reviews on their websites.

    If it wasn't for the expensive international shipping, I would of been all over this. I recently sold my Rogue GHD and the recouped money is burning a hole in my pockets.
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