Happy with the rack a lot. It is sturdy, and I have faith that it can support the weight I require. I enjoy that I can alter it to suit my needs. My only issue with the rack is a little wobbling, which I fixed by shimming one of the uprights. The rack is ultimately worth the cost.
lifted weights for 12 years. Lifting is a serious business for me. As soon as I realized I would be placed in quarantine for an unknown amount of time, I had to move and get this rack. For the price it is listed at, the rack is quite decent. Don't get a less expensive one; you'll be happy with this one.
sturdy construction. works perfectly in a little place. Although I would have preferred a larger rack, this one fits my space requirements perfectly. once fastened, quite stable.
Excellent bargain between Rogue and budget prices. I didn't want to spend a lot of money, but I also didn't want to want to upgrade in a few years. Although it would undoubtedly be simpler with two people, putting this together on my own as a 5'4' girl in my garage was fairly simple. If not bolted, it is slightly unsteady but not in a dangerous way. It is now quite solid because I added the lat tower attachment, which includes supports on the top and bottom. my cellar
I adore that rack. It is quite sturdy and I was able to put it together by myself. I have it set up in my garage without any bolts, but it is weighted down with several hundred pounds of plates so I don't have to worry about it moving. FedEx took a while to deliver each piece, and it does arrive in numerous distinct boxes
Bought this through Amazon. I like it. On Amazon, only the red version is available. The red they chose is kind of a sickly looking red, but is not a reason not to buy it. It was less expensive than the more well known vendors. That's why I bought it. However, I couldn't hack the sickly red color so I went out and bought spray paint and painted the uprights and feet white. I left the black pieces black. It is now a thing of beauty. Looks matter. Anything to make you want to lift weights.
I wanted to attach another vendor's front feet so that I could work outside the rack. I bought a pair. (Painted those white too). So I had to ream out the half inch holes. Could have used longer half inch bolts, but it didn't seem like the thing to do. It was a bit of a pain. I bought a reaming bit that I'm sure that I will never use again. Mikolo, why not just use 1" holes all the way to the bottom? Maybe patent issues? Obviously, 1/2" fasteners are adequate, but since you don't sell attachments for extending the rack, you might want to consider this for people who want to buy your equipment.
All in all it was a good purchase. If I had to do it again, knowing what I know now, maybe I would have made life easier on myself and spent a little more on something else that was more easy to attach to. But c'est la vie