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1) What is a Boneyard Bar?
A Boneyard Bar is a brand new, seconds quality barbell off of Rogue’s standard production line. These bars may have minor cosmetic issues such as finish blemishes or inconsistencies with the knurl. If any flaw is found on a Rogue standard barbell, it is added to the Boneyard. These bars are guaranteed to arrive in new, ready to hit the gym condition.
2) Do all Boneyard Bars have finish blemishes?
No. A bar could have also been sent to the Boneyard for double tracked knurling (see below). Finish blemishes are more noticeable on Black Zinc or Black Oxide finishes.
Please note: Bars with a Cerakote finish may have some logo branding on the shaft due to testing our custom bar processes.
3) Do all Boneyard Bars have double tracked knurling?
No. Double tracked knurling is just one of the issues that can cause a bar to be sent to the boneyard. A small surface blemish could be the only fault. (See image below for double tracked knurl description)
4) Will my Boneyard Bar have a center knurl?
Please see the product page of the regular version.
5) Will my Boneyard Bar have dual knurl marks?
Please see the product page of the regular version. The Rogue Boneyard Ohio Bar 1.2 will have dual knurl marks.
6) Will Raw Steel rust?
A Raw Steel barbell will require some upkeep. Occasionally brushing the bar down with 3-in-1 oil or WD-40 will create a beautiful patina look. This is how bars were made for decades and it really does produce an unmatched feel.
7) Do Boneyard Bars carry a warranty
No. All Boneyard Bar sales are final.
8) Where can I find more information on each specific Bar?
All Boneyard Bars will have its standard name included in the product title. Please see that product's page for more information.
*Note: We do not specify the bushing type for Boneyard Bars
The Boneyard Bar you are purchasing can come with either composite or bronze bushings. You can check the regular page of the Boneyard Bar you are looking to purchase to determine if it normally includes composite bushings or not.
The 15KG Rogue C-70S Barbell is essentially a “shorty” version of our 20KG Ohio Bar and a rackable version of our original C-70 short bar. Available here with a Cerakote shaft finish and chrome sleeves, this compact 72” design can benefit anyone training in tight quarters, be it a small garage gym or busy training facility, with nearly 15” of space-saving efficiency versus a full-length bar.
Like the Ohio Bar, the C-70S features a 190,000 PSI steel shaft, dual knurl marks, quality composite bushings, and a standard 52” of spacing between the sleeves; meaning it can be racked conveniently on most standard power racks / squat stands. The 8.875” of loadable sleeve length, by comparison, is roughly half that of the Ohio Bar (16.4”) and slightly less than the original non-rackable C-70 Bar (12”). There is no center knurl, and the Rogue logo is included in the center of the shaft as part of the Cerakote finish.
More on Cerakote The standard production run of the Rogue C-70S Bar will feature a Black Cerakote shaft finish. Widely used by firearm manufacturers for its durability in thin applications, this ceramic-based coating can offer superior abrasion, wear, and corrosion resistance over time—up to 100x that of traditional black zinc.See More: Specialty Barbells Available from Rogue
|Made In USA||No|
|Knurl||Varies by Barbell|
|Center Knurl||Varies by Barbell|
|Knurl Marks||Varies by Barbell|
|Loadable Sleeve Length||8.875"|
|Tensile Strength||190,000 PSI|
The F Scale™ is a durability scale for barbells based on functional testing at stresses similar to what barbells experience when being dropped from overhead. Bars that have been treated with Rogue Work Hardening (RWH™) are designated by having an R in their F Rating™. For more information on F Scale™ click here.
The resistance of a barbell to oxidation depends on the type of steel and the coating. Barbells at the lower end of the spectrum will require more care and maintenance to preserve their appearance than barbells at the upper end of the spectrum.