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SML-3 Rogue 108" Monster Lite Squat Stand

SML-3 Rogue 108" Monster Lite Squat Stand

Price Qty
SML-3 Rogue 108" - Monster Lite Squat Stand
SAML-24 Monster Lite Safety Spotter Arms (Pair)
Squat Stand Wheel Bracket Set
(1) Set of brackets
Rogue S-Base Floor Mounting Feet - Pair

(2) S-Base Floor Mounting Feet

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Color Black
Product Weight 167 lbs.
Length 48"
Width 49"
Height 110"
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

SML-3 Rogue 108” Monster Lite Squat Stand

The SML-3 Monster Lite Squat Stand combines the 3x3” 11-gauge steel tubing of Rogue’s Monster Series with the 5/8” hardware and Westside hole pattern of the S-Series.

Like all squat stands in the Monster Lite line, the SML-3 operates within just a 49x48” footprint. But its 9-foot height and adjustable pull-up bar make it more like a power rack when it comes to training options. Alternate from squats to bench press, pull-ups to floor press. The SML-3 makes for a dynamic, affordable addition to any home gym, collegiate weight room, or CrossFit affiliate.


  • Built in Columbus, OH, USA
  • Total Height: 110”
    • Max Pull-up Bar Height for Fat/Skinny Bar: 98.5"
    • Max Pull-up Bar Height for Single Skinny Bar: 106"
  • Footprint: 49” x 48”
  • 5/8” Bolts and Fasteners and J-Cup pins
  • (2) 3x3" 11-gauge Steel Uprights
  • Weight Capacity: 1,000 + lbs
  • (2) J-Cups with protective UHMW Plastic Inserts
  • (1) Fat/Skinny Pull-Up Bar (Single Pull-Up Bar option also available)
  • Westside Hole Pattern (1” through bench and clean pull zone, 2” spacing above and below)
  • *Image above includes optional accessories that are sold separately

Other Monster Lite Squat Stands: SML-1 70” Squat Stand | SML-2 90” Squat Stand

SML-3 Rogue 108" Monster Lite Squat Stand is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't Hesitate On This Guy What can I say, when you're constructing a rack inside of your garage when it's 15 degrees outside, you hope to God all the time and effort you spent researching and poking and prodding pays off. And it did. Let's start off with its bombproof construction. This thing is a metallic beast. At any time I expect it to transform into a dual weapon wielding autobot and yet it has not (yet). It's perfectly sized for me at 5'9, 150 and I can easily execute most movements on it. MU don't happen because of my ceiling height. At first I was worried about the smooth grip on the pull up bar, but now I find it works great, with wraps or not. Is it stable? Yes, definitely. My floor is a bit uneven, and I'm not sure if it would matter, but on pull ups it did rock a little bit (kipping pull ups). To fix that I took some of these cheap tubes of sand from Home Depot and put them on the feet and it was fine. I mean other than that I don't know what else to say. It's great, it works, and it's way better to have that then going to the gym if I want to squat.
Date published: 2015-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Squat Stand! I've had this for a little over a month so I figured I'd do a review. I was anticipating something sturdy but I was still slightly taken back at how monstrous this thing is (no complaints here). I was debating between this and the SML 2 but decided on the SML 3 so I could hang freely when doing pullups (I'm 6 ft and have long arms). I also opted to do the single skinny bar. Glad on both decisions. I bolted the pull up bar slightly above my arms reach when the are extended up. One thing i noticed is if you want to attempt ring muscle ups, it looks like you can with this stand (be sure its either bolted or somehow securely weighed down). I'll keep adding more things to it as my budget allows. All in all, Im really happy with this stand and wouldnt switch it for another.
Date published: 2014-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great choice After debating for a few months about which squat stand I should purchase (went with squat stand because of room and money considerations) I decided on the Monster Lite 108" squat stand and I couldn't be happier. I also went with the fat/skinny bar, the side storage, Rogue Bar and HiTemp bumper (all great choices). I went with the 108" because I wanted to be able to hang when doing pull-ups (90" was too short) and I went with ML over Infinity because of the larger tubing (thought it would be sturdier with my weight). Shipping was quick and easy and so was assembly except that I needed assistance to mount the uprights and pull-up bar due to the height and weight of them. Also, some of the bolts and nuts were very tight and took some effort to put on and tighten down. I listened to other reviews and used the 15/16 socket and adjustable wrench, which worked great. Love the stand itself, which is made very well. Has satisfied all my needs. Note: I'm 6-01 and 225 and the rack has very little wobble when doing pull-ups (no weight on side storage) and with weights on the side storage it's rock solid. I would highly recommend this awesome stand!
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worth every penny I've admired Rogue's merchandise, but besides my Rogue bar and a a Dynamax medicine ball, I've never purchased a bigger ticket item. I looked at a number of stands, but couldn't escape the combination appeal or reputation and obvious quality work from Rogue despite the price tag being double some of my other well reviewed considerations. This thing is great. Adequately stable free standing and rock solid after the addition of a couple of 100 pound plates to the optional upright base storage. The plates were cheap off Craigslist. I opted for a single pullup bar and the spotter arms which I highly recommend. Small footprint, off the chart quality and cool to look at besides. Buy one!
Date published: 2013-10-25
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