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RML-390F Flat Foot MLite Rack

RML-390F Flat Foot Monster Lite Rack

Availability: Ships in 7-10 business days Price Qty
RML-390F Flat Foot MLite Rack
$795.00
RML-390F Conversion Kit
$355.00
Convert your SML-2/3 Squat Stand into an RML-390F

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Color Black
Product Weight 295 lb.
Length 48"
Width 49"
Height 92"
Foot Print 48" x 49"
Steel Notes 3x3 11 Gauge Uprights, 2x3 11 Gauge Bases
Other Product Specs Westside Hole Spacing
Squat Stands 3x3" Steel
Made In USA Yes
Free Shipping No
3 Ships Free No
Monster Lite Compatible Yes

RML-390F Flat Foot Monster Lite Rack

The RML-390F is the Flat Foot version of the RML-3 Monster Lite Power Rack. Available as a stand-alone unit or by converting an existing SML-2 or SML-3 Squat Stand, this rack’s self-stabilizing base means you won’t need to bolt it to the ground before you use it—a major benefit for those looking to protect their floors or to have more flexibility in a workout space.

The Flat Foot Monster Lite Rack is manufactured in Columbus, OH, and features 3x3” 11-gauge steel uprights with Westside hole spacing and 5/8” bolts and fasteners. Leaving just a 48”x49” footprint, the unit still creates a substantial 30” of inside depth. Customers can choose between a Single Skinny or Fat/Skinny 43” Pull-up Bar, and all orders come standard with a pair of Monster Lite J-Cups and a pin/pipe safety system.

RML-390F Conversion Kit Includes:

  • (2) Monster Lite 90" Sticks
  • (1) XML-30" Crossmember Pair
  • (1) 30" Pin/ Pipe Safety System
  • All additional hardware required

 

PLEASE NOTE: If you already own a Rogue SML-2 or SML-3 Monster Lite Squat Stand and want to convert it to a Flat Foot Power Rack, we offer an RML-390F Conversion Kit with all of the components and hardware you will need. The conversion kit is only compatible with the SML-2 and SML-3 and provided uprights will only be available at the 90” height.

RML-390F Flat Foot Monster Lite Rack is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great piece of equipment This incredibly solid, well-made rack arrived just last week. My thirteen year old daughter and I had it unloaded from the pallet, unpacked, and assembled in less than ninety minutes, with only a pocket knife and two adjustable wrenches. Its 295 lb weight makes it very stable. I weight 260 lbs, and was doing pull-ups with no movement, and dips (with the Matador) with only barely perceptible movement, and this is without any plates stored on it. Storing plates on it makes it immovable. Everything about this seems overbuilt, and that is the reason we went with it--while our children lift only with an adult present, my wife and I sometimes lift alone, and this rack allows us to do squats with confidence that if a lift goes bad, we at least do not have to worry about dropping weights on ourselves. We ordered this along with the Matador, bench, some plate storage, Rogue Power Bar, and a set of Hi-Temps, and we couldn't be happier with our purchase. American-made, top-notch quality, good price (and a great value), and fantastic customer service. Thanks Rogue.
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for a garage gym This was my first purchase from Rogue, along with an Ohio Bar and a set of bumper plates. This rack is by far one of the best I've ever used, including some of the high end stuff in any commercial gym. All of the parts were well packaged and arrived in pristine condition. The only marks on the rack now are from me using it! Assembly was quick and easy - only took about an hour by myself. Connecting the first set of uprights with the cross member with 1 person was a bit difficult, but doable. I used some bar clamps and rope to secure one to a shelf I had nearby to help hold them up until secured. The rack is light enough to be moved around with help when unloaded if you ever need to move it. However, even at that it's extremely sturdy. I'm 270lbs and can do pull ups on the bar without any additional counter weight and the rack is rock solid. Numbering on the holes would be helpful for lining up the J-Cups, but that's easily done with a silver Sharpie or metallic paint. The only drawback to this rack is the pin and pipe safeties. Sliding them in place is difficult to get the pins lined up properly, and with them being solid steel I feel like I have to be extra careful with my bar to keep from messing it up. I like to bottom position stuff (i.e. bench press, squats) and start with the bar on the safeties. It's started to leave marks on my bar from rolling or landing on the safeties. Overall it's an amazing piece of equipment and rock solid. Definitely happy with my purchase!
Date published: 2014-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than anything at my bigbox Had this almost a month now. Nothing but quality. Built super strong, you can feel the quality in it. The price is worth it just for the hole spacing. Looked at other cheaper racks, but the spacing was terrible. This was about my only choice from Rogue because I cannot drill into my garage floor, as the heating system is in the floor. Also wanted a small footprint as the garage is used for more than just a home gym. Got just the skinny pull up bar, it is great, and for me, not that skinny. I weigh 210 and the rack barely budges when doing pullups. The parts all fit together easy enough, but it would be a lot faster if you have someone help you and you will need a bigger ratchet that what you get in your standard set. I stubbornly put it together myself, but was honestly lucky one of the columns did not crash down around me. UPS lost track of the package but Rogue customer service got right on it and all was taken care of. One other note, the edges on the J-Cups are sharp. I hit one of my bumpers against one and it took a small chunk out of the plate. I have now wrapped them with tape, to keep the edges covered. Have done this as well with the safety pipes also, so no metal on metal. Also, as mentioned in another review, get a silver sharpie to number the holes, will make your life a lot easier. I also ordered the Chan bar and some HG bumpers, and will leave a review in their sections. Put simply, you cannot go wrong with this. I almost bought one of the squat stands instead, but for not that much more money, got this and way more functionality. Thanks to Rogue customer service for putting up with all my questions before I ordered and even after I ordered. More orders are planned!
Date published: 2014-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spectacular Shipping: Took a week to deliver, fast in my opinion considering Thanskgiving Holiday and the fact it was freight shipment. Well packed on a palate. Not a scratch or dent. All parts accounted for. Easy to unpack with a utility blade. Assembly: Fairly simple with the right tools, get a 15/16 wrench and socket. Only needed the wife when it came to putting the 2 columns and middle bar together. Material quality: Built like a tank. Sturdy, it won't move regardless of what I do on it. I squat 405 lbs, feel safer than any other power rack I used in the past. Versatility: I recommend adding the X-43M Multi Grip Crossmember and get another pair of J-cups. I also ordered the kids pull up bar for my son. Cons: Would love to have the holes numbered so it would be easier to track the J-cup positions as I change exercises. I saw this option on the monster version but with the 7 gauge version, really who needs 7 gauge? maybe if you are Ronnie Coleman or Johnny Jackson. This could easily be fixed with sticker numbers. I also would like to see the Strap Safety System option but couldn't find it on the site, it is available for Infinity and Monster models. Overall: Extremely satisfied with my purchase, highly recommended. I look forward to a lifetime of workouts and eventually passing it to my son as he grows. Did I mention, MADE IN AMERICA!!!
Date published: 2013-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth it! I bought this rack at the beginning of summer as an alternative to paying for a gym membership. I'm very happy with my decision. The rack is the best quality I have every seen in any gym. I bought the rogue flat bench to go along with it. I was debating on if I should spend the extra money on rogue equipment, but I'm so glad I decided to do it. It cost me about $1100 for all my rack and bench including shipping. I wanted something that would last a lifetime and rogue exceeded my expectations. It's worth doing right the first time and getting a quality product.
Date published: 2014-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best rack that doesn't have to be bolted down I ordered this rack on the black friday sale and got it up and already love it. It is so solid, kipping pullups on it don't even sway it. I will say that I would not recommend putting it together by yourself, from experience, but it did go together very easy and the quality is top notch. I would recommend this rack as the best economical choice if you are looking for a full rack that is standalone.
Date published: 2013-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not moving I bought the flat footed rack for my new home gym a couple weeks ago. My gym is in my basement, and I've had rubber mat flooring installed, so I wanted a rack that would stay in place without needed to be bolted to the floor. I am beyond happy with this rack, and every time I look at it, I feel like a kid at Christmas! Solid as a rock, and doesn't move around at all. My only advice on this rig is to install it with someone helping you. I installed it solo which I wouldn't advise. ;o)
Date published: 2014-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top of the line standalone rack When I started looking at all the racks Rogue has to offer that don't require it to be bolted to the floor, I was kind of stuck between something much larger than I have room for or something much more expensive than I wanted to spend. Then I saw this rack. After getting it together, it is the perfect size and doesn't sway at all no matter what I am doing on it. The quality is better than all, just like all other Rogue equipment, and I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a stand alone rack without having to purchase additional cross members and making it much more expensive. My only word of advice is to have someone help you assemble the rack, doing it alone is a little awkward, but I was too excited to get it up to wait for anyone to help. Great job Rogue and keep up the good work.
Date published: 2013-12-16