Wall mount version of the Infinity Series
Wall Mount Specifications
- 4’ Wide X 6’ Deep X 9’ Tall
- 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
- Pull-up Bar height is adjustable - 8’, 7’ 6” or 7’
- (2) J-Cups with UHMW plastic inserts per 4’ rack section
- Unit must be bolted to the floor and wall
- You can customize the depth to 4’ and make the front pull-up bar a single for rings if you would like. Please make those selections on the drop downs NOTE: The single bar has an OD of 2"
- You can make it a shortie if you don’t have the overhead space, drop it down to 7’ 6”
- Gear Specs
Product Weight 162 lbs. Length 4' Width 6' Height 9' Foot Print 4' x 6' Material Type Powder Coated Steel Steel Notes 2" x 3" 11 Guage Made In USA Yes Free Shipping No 3 Ships Free No Econ Product No
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Envy of my friendsReview by David HQualityReceived my order in about 3 days. This rig is top quality and looks fantastic. In about 1 hour, it went from cardboard box to the centerpiece of my 3 car garage. The steel is nice and beefy and the black powder coating really makes it look sharp. I chose the 4' depth option so I could have a little more room in the garage. I bolted the unit (1 screw per leg) to the floor for extra stability. Definitely would recommend to friends.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
SolidReview by RyanQualityInstalled this in my garage in about 3 hours w/o issue. Have done half a dozen workouts w/ 3-4 friends utilizing the rig at once and I must say I am impressed w/ how solid and as stated by eveyone else, quality, it feels. Im pretty sure it could support a truck (though I dont plan on testing this theory). Had it w/ 43" 2" OD pull-up bar which was a great choice.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
For the ultimate garage gymReview by ESQualityI purchased this to upgrade my home garage gym and I couldn't be happier. My friends termed it "the structure." I do just about everything except Westside band work on this thing using the add-on attachments - all ring work, bar dips, etc. It is ideal for metcons with a barbell + pull-ups as I have a rack and pull-up bar right next to each other. It has taken my workouts to the next level and my friends all have a spot to do pull-ups, too.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
SolidReview by Medium JayQualityI've had my W-4 for almost 2 years now in my garage and it's great for pull-ups and obviously as a rack for squats and presses. Rogue Rocks| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
Awesome Rig!Review by Mike L.QualityInstead of the garage, I put my set up in the basement. Luckily I have 9 ft ceilings and the W-4 rig worked out perfect. I am 6'1" and can do full kipping pull-ups without a problem. Works great as a squat rack as well. I opted for the 4' from wall option and can easily get 3 people doing pull ups at a time. Bomb proof and quality materials, Rogue delivers again.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
Perfect Fit & FunctionReview by KGQualityReceived and set up the entire system with no issues. Lag bolts into the garage studs and one (1) concrete anchor per upright and this thing is solid.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
Construction is beyond excellent quality and two of us had it set up in less than an hour. This is the perfect centerpiece for a top-notch garage gym and well worth the money.
For the price of an iPad...Review by Ben S.QualityYou can have Rogue Infinity Rig/S-Series Quality in your garage. If I could detract in one area, it's that the $100+ cost for shipping alone was a tough pill to swallow, but the first WOD made me forget all about it.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig
I did not bolt down the feet on my rig, and it's totally a non-issue. Product works like a champ. Great job Rogue.
Awesome productReview by Sean GQualityI have been using this W-4 for quite a few months now and have no complains with it at all. I wanted to wait a bit before giving a review to make sure everything I said was accurate, but my opinion has not changed. Only bit of advice I would give is make sure you measure out where the bolt holes need to be on the wall. I just eye balled it and started off with a nice angled pull up bar. Second, if you weight 200+ I would strongly suggest bolting the rig to the floor. I'm around 205lb, and while doing kipping pull-ups on either side of the rig got some good movement before the bolts; nothing after.| Review for: Rogue W-4 - 4' Wall Mount Rig