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Add intensity to your workout with REP’s Pull Sled. This sturdy sled is built for hard work and made with quality steel and welding. It’s incredibly durable and also compact, at 23”(L)x15.5”(W)x18”(H). It weighs only 29lbs, making it easy to store and move around your home gym.
The weight post features 16” of loadable length and is compatible with 2” Olympic iron or bumper plates. The sled comes with a carabiner and dual loop straps that you can attach in different ways for different pulling lengths. It’s easy to set up the Pull Sled. Just attach the weight post and straps, and you’re ready to go.
Length x Width x Height23x15.5x18”
Loadable Length On Weight Post16"
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Does the Pull Sled have a weight limit?
We have yet to find the full capacity that you can put onto the sled itself. If anything, the straps and carabiners will have approximately a 700lb pull capacity before wear and tear will start to show.
How can I use the Pull Sled?
Load it with light weight to work on speed and conditioning or load it up with heavy height to build posterior chain muscles. Wear the straps around your shoulders and drag the sled to hit your posterior chain, or grab hold of the straps and walk backward (facing the sled) to target your quads.
How can the straps and extension straps be combined and attached to the sled?
The sled comes with a shorter dual loop strap that can attach to one of two different length extension straps that also attach to the sled. This way, you can have four different pulling lengths.
The shortest is the dual loop strap straight to the sled.
Medium length is achieved through the addition of the shorter extension strap between the dual loop and the sled.
The second longest length requires adding the longer extension strap.
The longest length comes from adding both extension straps. (This would require an additional carabiner.)