Bolt together version of the Westside Barbell classic
The standard Rogue R-3 rack has fully welded side panels. The bolt together will ship to an APO address and is also easy to get into a basement (or dungeon) with a tight staricase or low ceiling.
The perfect solution for your training facility was inspired by Westside Barbell, the home of some of the world’s strongest and most powerful. Whether for a Garage gym, or for college strength and conditioning format, the R Series Power Rack is the foundation for a power athlete’s training needs.
Depth: 24" or 30" (this is the distance between uprights)
Made with “2” X 3” 11 Gauge Steel
5/8” Bolts and Fasteners
West Side Hole Pattern – 1” through bench and clean pull zone then 2” spacing above and below
Unique 1.25” and 2” Pull-up bar at 7’ 6” Height
(2) Infinity J-Cups, (2) Pin/Pipe Safeties, (4) Band Pegs
Solid when bolted to a platform, amazing customer service!
Review by Ricky
I searched and searched for racks that were good for garage gyms and homemade platforms. I reviewed numerous Crossfit and Bodybuilding forums online and found Rogue to have the best reviews for both products and customer service. I normally do not write reviews like this, but Rogue has lived up to their stellar reputation and then some. I bought my 30” bolted R-3 rack back in November 2012 during the Matte Black Friday sale, along with a Rogue Bar and numerous accessories and attachments and I had everything within a week (mind you this was during a massive sale, and they still had the best shipping times I have ever seen)! I asked a ton of questions about bolting the rack to a platform before buying the rack and they responded promptly and gave references to others who have done the same, which was enough for me to make the commitment to buy it. I had the rack for three months before I bolted it down because I did not have a bench yet and wanted to have the proper spacing according to my bench placement. Even when this rack was not bolted down (which Rogues recommends that it is bolted down) it was pretty solid when I did any kind of pull-ups, ring work, or Matador work, because it is such heavy-duty stuff. I know the racks are bomb proof when bolted to concrete just from reviews and a friend who owns a Crossfit box who can attest, but anybody thinking about bolting a Rogue rack to a platform, do it! I have two bolts on each foot going through three sheets of 3/4" plywood and then the outside bolts going though one layer of 3/4" stall mats then two 3/4" sheets of plywood and it is solid. Strict and kipping pull-ups, ring and weighted matador dips, toes to bar, knee and leg raises, you name it, the thing does not budge! Do not waste your money on cheaper alternatives, you get what you pay for! You will understand once you buy their stuff, because it is built to last... and it will last a lot longer than you ever will! If you are not a believer because of me, search the Internet, it is hard to find a bad review about Rogue for anything!
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Rogue Bolt-Together R-3
Review by FamSport
This thing is so over built it is incredible. My Wife and I are familiar with these from our box so when I sold our old squat rack and was looking at a rouge s-2 she said just get the one you really want. I got R-3 the bolt together because I have low ceilings in my garage and wanted to lower the pull-up bar a couple of holes. I was not disappointed. Easy assembly. Everything fit perfect. Great quality control there at Rouge. I surprised my wife with a Bella Bar. I have never seen her so excited about getting new equipment. She felt very comfortable with it "because it was just like at the gym." Don't forget to add anchors to your order.
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Rogue Bolt-Together R-3
Excellent R-3 Option
Review by HooMax
Ordered the 30" bolt-together option for the R-3. Shipping was crazy fast, and the separate boxes made unloading a breeze. Put the rack together yesterday with the help of my son. Installation was much easier than anticipated. I'm looking forward to my first workout tomorrow night. The concrete wedge bolts (sold by Rogue) make bolting the rack to the floor a breeze. One quick note. The 5/8 " bolts take a 15/16" wrench and/or socket.