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Reducing pull/chin up bar knurling

StrungOut

Hooded Kunce
Anyone have a work around for this? Trying to get around filing it down and repaint it, don't want to file it down uneven. At the moment I just have a small towel wrapped around it. Looking for a better solution to reduce the knurl.
Inb4 toughen up, wear gloves.
For reference the second picture is of my bop barbell


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StrungOut

Hooded Kunce
I have been thinking about that and wouldn't the adhesive come through a fair bit especially in summer weather
 

White_Lie

Look at Moi, I'm a Kunce
Too much knurling? Is there such a thing??
I guess it would hurt with all the kipping you do.

Get some thin rubber and cable tie it around there, obviously not where you usually place your hands.
 

StrungOut

Hooded Kunce
[MENTION=17161]White_Lie[/MENTION] ; haha arsehole. Normally I'd be saying that as well but it really isn't tolerable when doing more than bodyweight singles like you.
[MENTION=12395]Grunta[/MENTION] ; fuck yes. Can't believe I forgot about this. Chucked it on my dip bars I made.

Cheers for the ideas guys
 
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