PR-1000 Power Rack
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PR-1000 Power Rack
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  • PR-1000 Power Rack
  • PR-1000 Power Rack
  • PR-1000 Power Rack
  • PR-1000 Power Rack
  • PR-1000 Power Rack

OVERVIEW

The PR-1000 is an affordable but sturdy power rack that’s compact enough to fit in even a space-restricted home. At 83” tall and 48” deep, the rack can fit in a spare room or basement, but its 14-gauge steel frame can handle a workload of 700lbs. It also features dual pull-up bars (1.25” and 2” thick), great for partner workouts or additional grip challenges. Keep organized with built-in weight storage pegs on the back base, which also add stability to the cage.  

The PR-1000 comes with chrome-coated safeties that extend out beyond the cage to hold an extra barbell, and the J-cups are lined with plastic to protect your bar and the rack’s finish from scratches, rust, and bumps. Laser-engraved numbered uprights allow for quick and accurate height adjustments of safeties and J-cups. The PR-1000 is compatible with a ton of different add-ons, including the dip, lat  pulldown, and landmine attachments, as well as more weight storage, different J-cups, cannonball grips, and pin safeties.  

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

  • Rack Weight
    133lbs
  • Rack Height
    83.63"
  • Rack Width
    58"
  • Rack Depth
    48"
  • Working Area
    44.13" W, 26" D
  • Rackable Capacity
    700lbs
  • Material
    14-Gauge Steel
  • Hole Spacing
    2"
  • Hole Size
    1"
  • Hardware Size
    3/8"

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • NUMBERED UPRIGHTS

    NUMBERED UPRIGHTS

    Laser-engraved numbered uprights mean faster and more accurate adjustments for safeties and J-cups.
  • DUAL PULL-UP BARS

    DUAL PULL-UP BARS

    1.25” and 2” thick pull-up bars allow for a two-person workout and different grip challenges.
  • WEIGHT HORNS

    WEIGHT HORNS

    Rear base weight horns add utility and stability to the rack.
  • PROTECTIVE J-CUPS

    PROTECTIVE J-CUPS

    Plastic-lined J-cups shield your barbell and rack from bumps and scratches.
  • EXTENDED SAFETIES

    EXTENDED SAFETIES

    Chrome-plated, extra-long safeties extend generously from the rack and can hold an extra barbell.

FAQS

  • What is the difference between the PR-1000 and the PR-1100?

    The racks are different in width, hole spacing, pull-up bars, and weight storage. The PR-1000 is wider, with an extra 2” of working space between the uprights. The PR-1000’s holes are closer together; they’re 2”, compared with the PR-1100’s 3” holes. The PR-1100 has a multi-grip pull-up bar, while the PR-1000 offers two separate and different-sized pull-up bars (1.25” in the front and 2” in the back). And finally, the PR-1000 comes with weight horns on the back base of the rack, while the PR-1100 does not. Overall the PR-1000 is valued at a higher price because it is a little more stable rack.

  • Can I add band pegs to my rack?

    Due to the weight of the rack and the potential for tipping, banded movements are not recommended and therefore band peg holes are not included.   

  • Can I bolt my PR-1000 Home Gym Power Rack down?

    No, you cannot bolt the PR-1000 Home Gym Power Rack down. The PR-1000 does, however, come with two rear base weight horns, which allow you to store weight plates and secure the rack. This will especially help when performing dips and the need to add counterweight to the rack.  

  • How does the Lat and Low Row Attachment 1000 Series work when the PR-1000 has two pull-up bars?

    To assemble the Lat and Low Row Attachment 1000 Series on the PR-1000 Home Gym Power Rack, you must replace the back pull-up bar with the horizontal brace that is included, as the assembly instructions show. 

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