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RML-490C Power Rack Configurations

Accessories + Add Ons
SAML-24 Monster Lite Safety Spotter Arms (Pair)
Concrete Anchor Kit

Includes (12) Concrete Anchors

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Red
Product Weight 340lbs.
Length 49"
Width 49"
Height 90 3/8"
Other Product Specs Includes (1) Monster Lite Jcup Pair and (4) Band Pegs
Steel Notes 3x3" 11-Gauge Steel. Westside hole spacing through bench/squat area, 2" elsewhere.
Foot Print 53" x 53"

Rogue RML-490C Power Rack

Starting with the same Westside-inspired design as the popular Rogue R-4 Power Rack, the RML-490C utilizes 3x3” 11-gauge steel uprights in your choice of 10 custom Rogue semi gloss powdercoats—making it among the strongest and sturdiest power racks in the industry. Built in Columbus, Ohio, this highly customizable Monster Lite rack is equipped to serve professional strength training facilities, collegiate weight rooms, military training bases, and small garage gyms, alike.

The RML-490C includes Westside hole spacing, 5/8” hardware, and a set each of Monster Lite J-cups, pin/pipe safeties, and band pegs. Both a 43” Beam and 43” Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar also come standard.

With just a 53” x 53” standard footprint, the RML-490C Power Rack is a compact unit well suited to custom additions. Popular accessories include the Monster Lite Matador, Monster Lite Safety Spotter Arms, and Long Plate Storage.

Optional Stabilizer comes in Standard Matte Black Powdercoat for all color options.

Rogue RML-490C Power Rack Specifications:

  • Made in the USA
  • Custom Rogue Semi Gloss Powdercoat
  • Uprights: 90” tall, 3x3” 11-gauge steel
  • Black Zinc 5/8” bolts and fasteners
  • Westside hole spacing: 1” through bench and clean pull area, 2” spacing above/below
  • (1) Pair of Monster Lite J-Cups with UHMW plastic inserts
  • (1) Set of Pin/Pipe Safeties for Squats, Bench & Rack Pulls from any height
  • (4) Band Pegs for additional resistance workouts
  • (1) 43” Beam with Gusset Crossmember and (1) 43” Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar
  • Important: Unit must be bolted to floor unless stabilizer is added. Mounting Hardware Not Included

Looking to provide maximum stability to your power rack without bolting to the floor? Check out our Monster Lite Rack Wall Mount Kit.

Rogue RML-490C Power Rack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 60.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased I decided to go with Rogue because it looks great and I expect to have this rack for the rest of my life. Judging from the quality so far, I’d say it’s going to hold up juuuuuust fiiine
Date published: 2018-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Rack Bought this rack for a small weight room I just built out to be used exclusive for power lifting. Everything about it is A+. Already considering expanding it to the 690 though because I am too lazy to change safety straps and monolifts for squat and bench. Because of the endless accessories offerred by Rogue I have found myself justifying all the other toys that can be attached to the rack.
Date published: 2018-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yep, it's that good ! I received my Rogue RML-490C Power Rack as promised. I was able to see the The shipment move across the country via Ups, and was easily trackable. It arrived in good condition. Their were a couple of scratches in some of the heavier pieces, but I don't see how they could have made the packaging any better. I mean heavy packages are coming across the country in UPS trucks. Besides I'm sure I will be scratching it worse in the coming years. I prefer to think of those scratches as "Patina" any way. Assembly was easy. If your are reading before you receive the rack. measure it from corner to corner to make sure the rack is square. Then bolt it to the floor. I had a few questions about torque specs for the bolts. They were replied to via email the same day. My workouts are what you would expect from a quality weight lifting product like this. No issues. It's a beast and I'm sure you will love as much as I do.So click on the "Add to cart" button and get the best "American Made" power rack that money can buy. IMHO.
Date published: 2018-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Truth in quality and build I cannot say enough about the RML-490. The build, quality and craftsmanship speaks for itself. It’s heavy/sturdy enough that I did not have to bolt it down. As of now, I have zero complaints about it, other than hoping/wishing Rogue will soon come out with a drop down safety for the ML racks. It’s a great feeling not having to pay for a membership fee at a commercial gym.
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Well built. Will never wear out. More expensive than some of the others I looked at but I feel it was worth it.
Date published: 2018-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wrench/Socket Size? What size wrench/socket do i need? All my sockets and wrenches were too small.
Date published: 2018-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All around great piece of equipment I bought this rack 9 months ago for a home gym and have used it almost every day since then. The packages arrived a little battered with some edges of the equipment sticking out, but that was expected with such a heavy piece of equipment. My girlfriend and I were able to assemble this in about half an hour by ourselves. I attached it to a home-made plywood/rubber lifting platform and it is extremely stable. I'm always jumping onto the pull up bar and it doesn't budge. The orange color is fantastic. I have several attachments - the matador, the crown pull up bar, and most recently a landmine. My only complaints are: how the landmine attaches to this unit - see that review for details; and just that the pin/pipe safety bars could be better. Every time you want to adjust the height of the safety bars, you have to take off the pipe that goes around the bar and then reinsert the pipe, through the bar. It's not my favorite thing to do alone, or in the middle of a workout. Also, when I bought the crown pull up bar, it came with silver screws which were an eye-sore when compared to the black. Rogue sent me replacement black ones for free! I think if you are deciding between the 390, 490, and 690 that any is a good option. I personally felt "claustrophobic" squatting inside a 390 and I thought the 690 would be too big. The 490 was a good compromise. I got a plate tree because there isn't a ton of storage space on the 490 if you are squatting inside the rack. Overall, minor flaws, but an incredible product. Would buy again.
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I really wanted to give 5 stars, but... I really wanted to love this after spending over a grand on it, and I'm mostly satisfied, with some reservations. First, one of the uprights I received had a fairly deep gouge in it, although I shouldn't hold this against Rogue because they offered me some voucher money to make up for it. There are several other problems though. Secondly, is that pin-pipe safeties are just terrible. I had never used them before at my commercial gyms so I don't know what I was expecting, but man they are hard to to use, and I'm scared to drop my barbell on them for fear of damaging the knurling. Apparently, if you ask, you can get them to send strap safeties at a discount, but I didn't know this going in and wish I did because I would have totally gone for the straps. Thirdly, I didn't really think ahead how hard plate storage and accessories would be on the rack. It is very difficult to find a way to do plate storage with those storage pegs (bought separately from Rogue) that doesn't interfere with JCUP and weight placement. I guess this is a problem with power racks generally that don't have secondary back struts like the 690, so it's not really rogues fault per se. Finally, buying the stabilizer for the bottom sort of interferes with my shins when I unrack for squat, and more importantly, I can't push my bench all the way in because it gets in the way. All that said, the construction itself seems very solid and it doesn't wiggle much at all. I'm still happy I bought it, and some of these problems are ones that might generally be a problem for power racks of other brands too, but as a first-time home gym owner, they were problems I wasn't expecting to encounter.
Date published: 2018-04-12
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