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Enhance your power rack with the highly versatile Leg Roller Attachment. Quickly connect it to your power rack uprights, lock it securely in place with a pin (either a clevis or lynch pin, depending on the series), and easily remove it when you’re finished. The leg roller is heavy duty, with a weight capacity of 600lbs. The 4000 Series is made from 8- and 11-gauge tubing and steel. The 5000 Series is a chrome-plated solid cylinder. The foam-covered vinyl roller pad is easy to clean and comfortable.
The attachment works with REP 4000 and 5000 Series power racks. The 4000 Series extends so it can be centered inside the rack. It’s slightly longer than the 5000 Series, whose pad/roller sits next to the upright inside or outside the rack. The Leg Roller Attachment is sold as a single roller. It’s compact, lightweight (under 13lbs), and an economical way to bring more exercise options to your home gym, such as back extensions, preacher curls, and single-leg movements, like split squats.
Attachment Weight4000 Series 12.8lbs & 5000 Series 4.4lbs
Attachment Length4000 Series 33.4" & 5000 Series 20.1"
Pad Length4000 Series 17.4" & 5000 Series 15.4"
Pad Diameter4000 Series 4.9" & 5000 Series 4.8"
How many leg rollers should I purchase if I want to use it with my Lat and Low Row Attachment or Ares Attachment?
For the 4000 Series Leg Roller Attachment, you will only need one, as it is placed in the center of the rack. With it being centered, you can easily use it with a wide range of exercises, such as holding you in position during lat pull-downs. For the 5000 Series Leg Roller Attachment, you will need two (one on each side of the rack) since this attachment isn’t centered like the 4000 series.
Is the 5000 Series Leg Roller Attachment only compatible with the 5000 Series racks?
What exercises can you do with the Leg Roller Attachment?
The attachment is versatile and can be used for a wide range of exercises, such as back extensions, preacher curls, and single-leg movements like Bulgarian split squats. It can also hold you down during lat pull-downs.