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    Incline fat pad

    Does anyone make a Thompson fat pad clone for incline bench?

    I heard Rep was possibly developing one, but after getting a Thompson Fat pad for my flat bench, everything else just feels cheap.
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    Think it would require a huge pad gap on an adjustable bench to accommodate the height of the pad.

    Could add one to a fixed incline bench.

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    Originally Posted by keyboardworkout View Post
    Think it would require a huge pad gap on an adjustable bench to accommodate the height of the pad.

    Could add one to a fixed incline bench.

    Couldnt they just make a corresponding seat for it? Or maybe just start low normal but taper out to a fat pad where it counts?
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    Better yet, at most lower incline levels you actually don't even need a seat. With my IronMaster Pro bench I don't even use mine half the time. But something like this combined with a Fat Pad would be cool, you listening REP.....? Haha

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    Originally Posted by urbanlifter View Post
    Better yet, at most lower incline levels you actually don't even need a seat. With my IronMaster Pro bench I don't even use mine half the time. But something like this combined with a Fat Pad would be cool, you listening REP.....? Haha

    Bodymasters Adjustable Flat Bench


    I heard that from a guy replying to my comment on his youtube channel.

    Then I sent rep an email about it myself and they replied:


    "Thanks for reaching out! Developing a wide pad for the adjustable bench is on our product development team's radar but we don't have any specific time frame for manufacture or release.

    Stay tuned!"
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