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RM-3 Power Rack Configurations

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Length 36"
Width 49"
Height 90", 100", or 108"
Steel Notes 3x3" 11 Gauge Steel
Foot Print 40" x 53"
Monster Compatible Yes

Rogue RM-3 Monster Rack 2.0

Rogue designed the fully customizable power racks of the Monster Series to meet the high demands of the top professional, collegiate, and high school athletic facilities in the world. We used bigger, 3x3" 11 Gauge Steel tubing, over-sized 1" hardware, and a bolt-together design for easier portability and affordable shipping. With Version 2.0, we’ve also rolled out a number of new features, including a wide spectrum of custom color options, laser-cut pin position numbers on the uprights and bottom crossmembers, and a keyhole pattern on the sides of each upright—creating compatibility with more add-ons and attachments. Check out all the custom options available on the 30" depth RM-3 Monster Rack below.

The RM-3 2.0 comes with all required 1" hardware and ships standard with (2) Rogue Monster 1.5" Wrenches . Any other attachments and accessories pictured are NOT included.

Monster Series vs. Infinity Series


Because Rogue Monster Racks are fully customizable, you can choose the upright height, color, type of crossmembers / pull-up bars, J-cup design and safety system. Below is an overview of the options available to build your custom RM-3.


Available in:

Allows a 43" Single Pull-Up Bar to be mounted at a max height of 84" from the ground. Includes keyholes on the sides of each upright and numbered holes (up to 40) on both the front and back, enabling a clear view from inside or outside of the rack. Available at a slightly reduced price from standard 100" unit.

100" (Standard)
The Monster's default height selection. Allows a 43" Single Pull-Up Bar to be mounted at a max height of 94" from the ground. Includes keyholes on the sides of each upright and numbered holes (up to 40) on both the front and back, enabling a clear view from inside or outside of the rack.

Allows a 43" Single Pull-Up Bar to be mounted at a max height of 102" from the ground. Includes keyholes on the sides of each upright and numbered holes (up to 40) on both the front and back, enabling a clear view from inside or outside of the rack. Priced slightly higher than standard 100" unit.

All Monster uprights are made from 3x3" 11 Gauge Steel and include 1" holes spaced 2" on center.


Available in 11 custom colors:

Bright Blue, Bright Green, Burnt Orange, Dark Blue, Dark Red, Gun Metal, Light Gray, Rogue Red, White, Satin Clear, Satin Black (Standard)

All color options come in a durable, medium gloss powder coat.


2 Hardware Finishes

Choose between Black Zinc or Bright Zinc.


XM-431 Monster 43” Single Pull-Up Bar

Our standard, default selection for the front of the rack, this single 1.25" diameter pull-up bar includes 9" endplates and mounting holes 6" on center, along with a textured black powder coat finish.

XM-433 Monster Fat/Skinny Pull-Up Bar

Includes (1) 1.25" pull-up bar and (1) 2" fat grip pull-up bar built in to the same crossmember, spaced 9.5" on center. The large endplate is 17" overall, and mounting holes are 14" on center. Finish is our standard textured black powder coat.

XM-43N Monster 43" Crossmember w/ Nameplate

Features a Satin Black base crossmember with laser cut "ROGUE" panels on each side. Red is the default panel color, but if a customer selects a custom color, the panel will change to match it.

XM-432 Monster 43" Single Fat Bar

A wider, 2" diameter version of the standard Single Pull-Up Bar, this option also includes 9" end plates with mounting holes 6" on center and our textured black powder coat finish.

XM-43P Monster 43" Beam w/ Gusset

A new Monster crossmember designed with 2 gussets for added strength and a flush mount with the top of the uprights. Includes laser-cut "R" logos on each gusset and a Satin Black powder coat finish across the beam. Does NOT function as a pull-up bar.

43" Monster Socket Pull-Up Bars

Single bar available in a wide range of custom Cerakote color finishes with optional barbell-style knurling. Ships standard with (2) MG Black mounting sockets and (4) Bright Zinc bolt assemblies measuring 1” x 4.75”. Socket mounting holes are 6” on center. The bar itself is 1.125" in diameter, and all Cerakote-coated versions include the Rogue logo in the center.

43" Monster Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar

Made from 28.5MM cambered steel with extended knurling and Black E-Coat finish. Ships standard with (2) MG Black mounting sockets and (4) bright zinc bolt assemblies measuring 1” x 4.75”. Socket mounting holes are 6” on center. Design enables close-grip and wide-grip pull-ups.


Standard Monster J-Cup Pair

Our default J-Cup selection. Features UHMW plastic within the cup itself to protect the bar's knurling, as well on the backside and the clasp to protect uprights from scratching/chipping. 1000LB rating. Rackable Depth of 2 3/4".

Sandwich Monster J-Cup Pair

The Monster Sandwich J-cup has a UHMW plastic core which offers full protection against your barbell knurling. It also has UHMW plastic on the backside to protect the rack from chipping. 1000LB rating. Rackable Depth of 2 1/2".

2" Sandwich Monster J-Cup Pair

The side plates fit into a recessed, machined plastic core (2" wide) to prevent metal-to-metal contact. The hardware (that connects the plastic to the side plates) is also recessed, preventing the bar or a user’s hand from scraping against them. Welds are inside the side plates for a clean edge, and UHMW plastic is featured on the clasp and back plate to prevent damage to the uprights. A thin piece of rubber on the side of the clasp also softens contact between the clasp and upright when the J-Cup is swung into place. 1000LB rating. Rackable Depth of 2 1/2".


Monster Pin & Pipe Safety Set

Our default safety selection. Standard pair. Pin: 1" diameter, zinc coating. Pipe: 1.5" diameter, schedule 80 pipe, black powder coat. Depths are 24", 30" and 43".

Monster Strap Safety System 2.0

3" wide reinforced nylon straps designed to prevent damage to barbell knurling on any missed lift, or to roll the bar safely away from the user on a drop. Rated for 10,000LB. Notched pin design securely locks the system into place and allows for easy, quick adjustments. Depths are 24", 30" and 43".

All required 1” hardware and a set of 4 band pegs are also included standard with all orders.

See More: Monster Series Power Racks

Rogue RM-3 Monster Rack 2.0 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What else would you expect from Rogue? I’ve had my eye on this rack for a long time and decided to pull the trigger. Amazing color and quality. I bought the 100in rack because I wanted enough clearance for lipping pull-ups and wall balls. The wall ball target measures exactly 10 feet from the floor to the top of the target btw. I asked Rogue to provide the Rogue Red Name Plate instead of the matching Blue. I think the result speaks for itself. It’s exactly what I hoped it would be. I will skip all of the rest of the positive things and discuss a few things that might save you some time. 1) The instructions aren’t the best. This isn’t a difficult assembly, but never doing this came with its challenges. Make sure that the numbers are facing out and the keyholes are facing in. I made this mistakes and had to disassemble and reassemble over again. Just a pain, and clearly I don’t know what I’m doing. 2) You will need a minimum of two people to move the rack into place and help with assembly. If you have a socket to fit these 1 inch bolts that would be great. If not then the wrenches it comes with do the trick. 3) I suggest buying as many accessories as you can afford when buying the rack to save on shipping. $150 flat rate shipping seems like a steal for what you are actually getting. I bought the Matador, and wall ball target. 4) The rack will need to be bolted down, so make sure the posts are all pointing in the same direction. A+ to Rogue for overnighting two items that were damaged or missing from the initial order. Not enough is said about the customer service.
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pure Love! I bought this about two months ago and I absolutely love it! I have used it almost on a daily basis with different workouts. I’ve been able to workout at home without any distractions or embarrassment. I couldn’t be happier with this purchase. I love the way it looks but even more how awesome it was built. It’s not some cheap home gym, it’s a proud item that I love to show off as well. Wish I had purchased this a long long time ago
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best rack ever Bought this rack a little over a month ago and I have loved it everyday. The quality of this rack surpasses anything you’ll find at dick’s or academy. I bought this one because I didn’t want to take up a lot of space like the rm490 or any full size rack. After assembly assembly and use I can say there is plenty of room inside for benching, squating, box squat or just about whatever you want. In my personal opinion, this rack is better than any of the ones at my local gyms. I really like the many adjustable rack height options as I can unrack at a perfect height and have the safety’s at a perfect height as well. Solid welds, solid rack. I would def recommend this one if you are considering it. Sturdy, space saver, and will prob be here longer and any of us reading this.
Date published: 2018-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money!!! Bought this rack in gunmetal grey, and all I can say is wow. Pictures can't do full justice. This thing is super beefy, and extremely well made with an excellent finish on the powdercoating. Definitely worth it. If you are thinkimg about it at all then just go ahead and buy it. Same goes for any purchase I've made from Rogue so far.
Date published: 2018-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable Quality Best equipment seen in a long time . Very happy with the overall quality .
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Top quality Pictures do not do this rack justice. If you want the best of the best buy the monster rack. I got the RM-3 90in and it fits with just enough space all around in a 10ft x 10ft room.
Date published: 2017-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I was looking for I bought the bright blue powder coat and it looks great. Easy to put together. I would definitely recommend some weight holders for the sides if you don't put it into the concrete because it will move. I also appreciate the fact that there are so many attachments for the rig as well.
Date published: 2017-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 90" Satin Clear RM-3 Power Rack When buying gear online, even the best pictures completely fail to convey the scope of the product at hand. Sure, the product weight is listed for your imagination. Measurements are there for you to recreate with a measuring tape. But until you get the product in your hands, you simply can’t appreciate it. The first box I opened contained many smaller boxes and miscellaneous items I ordered. Every box in the order had a label stating the item inside and the weight of the contents. Quality: The hardware. 42 pounds. I say, the hardware alone weighs 42 pounds. Pick up a 45 pound plate, and understand that the hardware alone weighs essentially this much. The standard J-cups. Massive. 8 inches tall and 3 inches wide, and just about 7 pounds each. The best I’ve ever felt. The band pegs. Again, several pounds each. I mention the small components because you have to understand how overbuilt they are to begin appreciating the larger pieces. I love overbuilt products, and I love extremes, so I initially inquired to see if Rogue still makes racks with 7 gauge steel. They do not. And after receiving this one, I understand why. It would be beyond overbuilt; it would be stupid. The tubing is 11 gauge. You would have to smash into it with the freight truck on which it was delivered if you wanted to harm it. And even then you better bet UPS would be filing an insurance claim. Now this is a pretty huge deal to me: the foot plates at the bottom of the uprights, and all the perpendicular endplates of the crossmembers for that matter, are actually 3/8" inch thick steel plates. Rogue does not explicitly advertise this, but it is a huge selling point in my opinion, in terms of both build quality and aesthetics. Ideally I would have backing plates, but upon assembling the rack I come to find I get something much better: backing plates that are welded right on, and present at all bolt connection points. (Now I see this is why the heights are listed as 90 and 3/8", 100 and 3/8", etc). I tallied up every little thing that came with the unit, from the hardware and band pegs all the way on up to the tubing, and including the adjustable monolift everything comes in at 399 pounds. 399 pounds. And mind you this is the smallest version of the rack. The welds are stunning (see pictures) and the laser numbering is very precise and very consistent. The only thing I did not like, and I would advise you make a note at checkout, are the thick Rogue stickers that come on 2 of the uprights. They take away from the grandeur of the rack, hide several lasered numbers, and inhibit the use of several adjustment holes, not to mention one of the stickers was crooked, which is a very small error, but enough to be off-putting, and completely unbecoming of Rogue’s otherwise fantastic quality assurance and attention to detail. I gently got under them with a utility knife, peeled them off, and gave the area a quick scrub with WD-40. Assembly: Assembly was easy, relaxing, and almost entirely doable by myself. I will outline how I went about it. Suggested tools: Large ratchet with 1.5” socket. That’s it. Totally doable without it, but I wanted the process to be leisurely. (For general Rogue product assembly, if you’re buying a bench, monolift, concrete anchors, etc, I’d also have a small ratchet with 9/16”, 3/4”, and 15/16” sockets). 1) I assembled the left and right sides of the rack one at a time on the floor. 2) During the early and intermediate stages of assembly, do not fully tighten the bolts by any means. Keep everything just tight enough not to be completely loose and jangling about, and keep in mind that the large wrenches (or appropriate ratchets) generate tons of torque, so you are probably tightening things even more than you realize. 3) My ceiling is just 2 or 3 inches taller than the top of the rack, so after I assembled one side, I stood it up and wedged some foam sheeting (from the packaging) between the crossmember and the ceiling. This way it stayed put nice and securely while I was on the ground building up the other side. As a side note, the piece stood up by itself before putting the foam. Very unsafe and certainly not advisable, but still remarkable. 4) I repeated the process with the other side, wedging foam between the crossmember and the ceiling. 5) Next, I connected the two sides together via the pull-up bar. I suggest making the initial connection with the pull-up bar because it is very light and easy to position. 6) To mount it, first prepare a bolt and washer on the sides of both uprights. Push a bolt in through the top hole on each side, just far enough so that they go through the uprights but do not come out the other side of the tubing. Position the pull-up bar between the uprights with one hand (easy, only 16 pounds), align the holes with the bolts, and simply tap one of the bolts through the bar hole with your free hand. Swap hands and tap in the bolt on the other side. Quickly grab a locking washer and nut for each and get them hand tight with your fingers. Now you can rest assured that the rack will not collapse. 7) For the last part I very highly recommend having a second pair of hands if you ordered the nameplate crossmember. This thing weighs 56 pounds, so you don't want it dropping on any part of you because you foolishly held it with one hand while trying to fiddle bolts with the other, because you're "Alpha." No, now your injured, and won't train for 3 months. You lost all your gains, did not pass go, and did not collect $200. (You spent $2000 in deductibles). 7 cont'd) I prepared the bolts and washers just like I did with the pull-up bar, but I asked my wife to come and do the tapping while I held up the crossmember with both hands. There are cut-out sections on both sides which make great places to grab it. It took us 10 seconds to do it together and was far safer than if I were to attempt to do it alone. 8) At this point I mounted the J-cups, monolift attachments, band pegs, and a barbell with a couple plates to weight the rack and help it “settle.” 9) Then I proceeded to tighten the bolts from lightly tight to intermediately tight. I would start in one corner and then proceed to the opposite corner. So if you do the bolts on the bottom left of the rack, proceed to the top right, and so on, until everything is A BIT tighter. 10) Then I took a large level and measuring tape, and made sure that everything was straight, that both the front and rear uprights were each 43 inches apart, and just generally made sure that nothing looked crooked or funky. 11) Once everything checked out, I went ahead and did a final tightening of the bolts. Keep in mind that even at this point I did NOT fully tighten everything to the maximum. As I said earlier, you generate tons of torque with a big ratchet, so once I started having to apply significant amounts of force, I cut it off right there. Do not tighten things as tightly as you possibly can. They're not going ANYWHERE. Reminds me of that line from The Boondock Saints in the alleyway, "Where you goin'?? NOWHERE!" 12) For concrete anchoring, do not accidentally drill all the way through your garage slab and out the other end like I did. Use a hammer drill with a high quality masonry bit, and check your depth. Do not press overly hard on the drill, and make sure to vacuum out dust and debris from the hole before installing the anchors. I do not have an impact gun; a small ratchet with a 9/16" socket did the trick just fine. I went through my rubber mats and into concrete. Keep in mind that if you cut out rubber squares for the feet of your rack and let it sit right on the ground, you will effectively be that much taller in comparison to it, which may affect your ability to press overhead. The drill, a good bit, and a spare bit should cost no more than $100 with tax. In terms of necessity, I do not personally feel it needs to be anchored. The only way I think it could tip is if you tried squatting 1000lbs with the J-cups mounted outside the rack, or if that UPS truck came barreling back toward it for round 2. I mounted it just to be positive it wouldn't shift in little baby steps from racking squats unevenly, hitting one upright before the other. Use: The rack is perfect for all powerlifting movements. If I were into Olympic weightlifting, I imagine I would go with the RM-4 for the added depth, but the bar path on all powerlifting movements is straight, minus the bench press which has a minor arc. Regardless, if the bar gets so out of whack that the 30" depth becomes a problem, it's because you have completely fallen over and something is desperately wrong. As a result I think that the 30" depth is perfect. I certainly wouldn't want any less, but any more is superfluous. And mind you my last rack was about 40" in depth. The only thing that makes the rack perhaps feel a touch small is the monolift. If you don't plan on getting one, then you can disregard this. I will be reviewing the monolift to explain what I mean. As far as height is concerned, I was afraid that the 90" model might not be tall enough for overhead pressing. Before making the purchase, I reached to full extension as high as I could along a wall, trying to emulate the movement, marking the center of my hand with a pencil. I knew that it would be a close call, as I am 5'11" with long monkey arms (my wingspan is 3" longer than my height). However once I got the rack standing I went in for the moment of truth, and there is plenty of space (see pictures). At full extension, with a shrug in my shoulders, I have at least two if not three inches before the barbell would hit the crossmembers. Besides looking a lot better, this is another reason why I like the design of the Monster series over all of the others where the crossmembers sit lower than the top of the uprights.
Date published: 2017-06-26
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