Some Home GYM stuff what does F&N think

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  1. Cachee0

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    they both suck
     
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    dbs will break, you should buy a real cage
     
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    DBS will not break life time covered. I don't like racks we don't have them in my gym so I used the same thing in my gym. I have very limited space 20x20 room I can fit DB racks like I would want to.
     
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    Did you pass third grade?

    Lifetime warranty just means that theyll replace it when it brakes. I can fit a rack and dip station in a 1 car garage, which is smaller than 20x20.

    And what about this?

     
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    I don't think English is his first language.

    Break.
     
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    Yes it's my 3rd. Break Brake(CARS LOL)
     
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    I'm trying to make a little more space. Not having the DB racks will give me more room.:) Oh I went to the University of Pennsylvania. Just was typing fast before a meeting..
     
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    A rack doesnt take up much more space (about the same or less) than those huge all in one things. For DB's, get a weight tree, weights, and handles.
     
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    Give me a link to the rack you suggest?
     
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    92552 is the one I got on NYBB. I also got the superbench which I wont recommend. $160 and all it does is flat and incline. There's 5 different slopes which I dont use.

    Since you got monies, get one from EFS. Rack and flat bench is somewhere around $800.
     
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    no power rack no care

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    that rack is sweet...shit's going in my house in 10 years
     
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