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Rogue Stall Bar 3.0 is rated
4.3 out of
Rated 4 out of
Really big and really heavyIt's taking me a few weeks to get the stall bars installed on the back of my house due to the sheer weight of the structure. Plan for multiple strong people to complete your installation.
Date published: 2018-04-26
Rated 5 out of
Mike I from
I love my stall bars.I use them daily for body weight exercises and mobility bands. These are great for stretching allowing you to attach bands to different heights and leave them there without interfering with functionality of the piece. I have the metal bars.
Date published: 2017-12-04
Rated 5 out of
The stall bars are very sturdy and stableI started an online gymnastic program mid August and they say you can use a wall for the thoracic program. I felt very unstable using the wall and felt like I might fall. I feel a lot more stable & secure using the stall bars.
Date published: 2017-09-23
Rated 3 out of
Dowels need to be sanded in order to be functionalThis was a bit of a disappointment for me considering Rogue's normal quality control. While the metal components and dowels go together perfectly, and the entire unit mounts flawlessly to my half-rack, the oak dowels are not in usable condition out-of-the-box.
To give you a sense of what I mean, when I pulled the first dowel from the shipping box, I received a tiny sliver in my hand. As I carefully removed the rest of the dowels I noticed that many of them were not properly sanded to remove all burs. I contacted Rogue about this and another issue (the dowels were improperly labeled as maple on the site), and to their credit they offered to take it all back. Score another point for their customer service.
After chatting with a woodworking friend, he recommended sanding them and finishing them with tung oil (non-toxic). (Note: tung oil is not tung oil finish, which does have toxins.) I did just that, which took about five hours in total, and the results are pretty amazing.
These are not currently up to the normal Rogue value standard (where cost meets quality), but they can be made so with some effort.