SML-1 Rogue 70" Monster Lite Squat Stand
|Product Weight||119 lbs.|
|Steel Notes||3x3 11 Gauge Uprights, 2x3 11 Gauge Bases|
|Other Product Specs||Westside Hole Spacing|
|Made In USA||Yes|
|3 Ships Free||No|
SML-1 Rogue 70” Monster Lite Squat Stand
The SML-1 Monster Lite Squat Stand is a unique hybrid of the two most compact squat stands from Rogue's S-Series and standard Monster Series. Its 70” uprights are constructed from the same 3x3” 11-gauge steel tubing as the Monster SM-1, but with the 5/8” hardware and Westside hole spacing of the S-1.
Equally well suited to a small garage gym, large-scale weight training center, or CrossFit affiliate, the SML-1 Squat Stand operates within an efficient 49x48" footprint, with an overall height topping out at six feet. It’s an American-built squat stand as versatile and durable as many power racks, available at an affordable price.
SML-1 Rogue 70” Monster Lite Squat Stand Specifications:
- Built in Columbus, OH, USA
- Total Height: 72” (no pull-up bar holes)*
- Footprint: 49” x 48”
- 5/8” Bolts and Fasteners and J-Cup pins
- (2) 3x3" 11-gauge Steel Uprights
- (2) J-Cups with protective UHMW Plastic Inserts
- Westside Hole Pattern (1” through bench and clean pull zone, 2” spacing above and below)
Damn Good StuffReview by Raul
The set up was fast and easy but it would not hurt to get someone to help depending on your size. The rig is stable and with the spotter arms on mounted its just SICK (in a very good way). Needless to say this has surpassed my expectations.
I highly recommend this. Fits nicely in my basement.
SML-1 ReviewReview by Bigtime
I read a product review for one the squat stands and it claimed that for bench presses the safety spotter arms didn’t line up with the 1” spaced holes so they had to use the 2” spacing. That concerned me so this was the first thing I checked out. Unless you have a very, very short bench, the SML-1 spotter arms and J-hooks are well within the 1” hole spacing for bench press. I’m using a Hoist Fitness bench (their low-end/cost model) and it is the lowest bench I’ve ever used. With this bench I’m two or three holes into the 1” hole spacing for the spotter bar. It would suck if the safety arms were in the 2” hole spacing for bench pressing, but that is not the case with the SML-1.
I love the Squat stand, I have a hoist pulley gym with a chin bar so squat stand is perfect for my use. Now I just need to find a good bench to replace the hoist, the adjustable Rogue benches are awesome, but a little out of my price range.
FantasticReview by Dave