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Pappy O'Daniels

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Some good prices


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Manky Pommie Kunce
Do you read this as 1 x 20kg, 2 x 10kg and 4 x 5kg for $49 thats 60kg of plates for $49

or do you think it is 1 X 20kg for $49, 2 x 10kg for $49, 4 x 5kg for $49 so 20kg of weight for $49 ??
I'm not keen on the safety bar design;

too short as in the length of the safeguards
not enough adjustments (holes)
not practical for bench press

and a 300kg rating is not substantial enough for long term use.

thats just looking at the picture

should we we start a thread on; things to consider when buying a squat rack?

Pappy O'Daniels

New member
Bought the dumbbells, quite nice quality. Oly barbells looked a bit underpowered, so passed on that. Very small stock of rubber plates so move quickly.