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|12/16/2014 5:07:15 PM - Talor
Hey clint, thank you for your answers about the strongman training, you gave me plenty of ideas to work with. I have made a few of the things you showed me. My next question is how did you make the monolift attachment for your rack? I have the 3x3 classic rack and want to make one myself. I am an auto body tech so I have any tool I could need and can weld just about anything. Do you have any pictures of yours up close or how the top portion is made? I've looked through your log and couldn't find a good picture to go off of. I have a few idea's but I figured I would ask you first seeing as how you've done it and it has lasted. Thank you again for your time and all the help you've given me and anyone else who've read this site.
I really do not suggest that you make any power rack like mine as it would take someone with great skill to make it safely. The best thing that you can do is to have someone with great skill to look at what you want it to do, how much weight it will need to hold (including bands, chains, and the fully loaded bar FALLING INTO the hooks) and let them do their job.
My rack was made specifically just for me with the hand placements that I need at the height that I need it at and I don't expect it to last forever. In the next 2 years I plan on having a new rack built with thicker steel, safer, and with a stronger yet similarly build J Hook Station.
I know that this doesn't answer your question but I cannot be responsible for anyone else doing what I've done and getting hurt.
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