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Cable Pulley


Perform tricep pushdowns, lat pulldowns, low rows and more using this portable and inexpensive Cable Pulley.

This cable pulley can be anchored to any rack or stand-alone pull-up bar.


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A durable, portable and inexpensive solution for cable pulley exercises.

If you don’t have space or money for a full cable pulley machine, then this is the perfect solution for turning your power rack/pull-up bar/anything you have into a lean-mean-pulley-machine.

A reinforced strap handles and loading strap is included and can be used for ab crunches, tricep press downs, lat pulldowns and with a 200kg/440lb max weight load, really anything else your programming calls for. When you buy two, you can assemble them together to make a low row pulley for seated rows.


Pulley Diameter88mm/3.5"
Pulley Thickness18mm/0.7"
Cable Length1,965mm/77.4″
Cable Thickness6mm/0.2″
Loading Strap Length432mm/17”
Max Capacity200kg/440lbs
WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty

IMPORTANT: The cable length on the cable pulley is 1,965mm/77.4” long in order to be compatible with higher attachment points, such as with our Utility Power Rack.


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Simple and effective

Purchased 2 to have low row capability. I have a square-footprint rack but very tight on space, so noting the complaints about cable length, it is super easy to tweak pulley locations (and location/angle of my body and bench) so I can do rows, lat pull-downs, face pulls, and tricep extensions (so far) with no issues. Then I just loosen the pulley straps and push to the side and I have my full rack back. Since my garage gym space is full, this was the only way to get cable capability of any kind and I’m delighted to say it works great, has smooth action, and does everything I’d use a cable tower for while only costing $100. What’s not to like about a simple design that works?

  • My Fitness Goal Is: Powerlifting

Bells of Steel

Hi there, Thank you for reviewing our cable pulley today. We are so glad this has worked so well for your space and needs and that you were able to tweak and modify it to get the most out of it. We hope you continue to enjoy using it and wish you the best. The BoS team


Just what I wanted

Have a folding squat rack that has a pull-up bar, and needed a way to do pull downs. All the DIY ones that I saw videos of were a little bit sketchy, not sure about weight ratings, quality of the bearings in the pulley, etc. Learned about this one and it seemed to fit the bill, so I ordered it, and a lat pulldown bar, from BOS. Everything is high quality, everything works like it should. I appreciate the several extra snap links. Some people posted that they wished the cable was slightly shorter. I appreciate the cable being longer so I can use it for a variety of exercises. Due to the height of my pull-up bar, I found that if I wrap the nylon strap for the pulley around the bar several times, that gets the pulley higher up. And for the strap/washer that holds the plates, just position it like intended, but just for the first (bottom) plate. Then loop the upper end of the strap across the top of the plate, then past the edge and under and then upward through the hole in the plate. Then add additional plates on top of the first and keep running the upper end of the strap through the holes in those additional plates. This takes up slack in the strap and makes it shorter, and by going both of the above things the cable is now at a good height. Another tip- put a rubber mat at the spot where the plates will come down and meet the floor. Anyway, I think this is a great product at a competitive price and does exactly what I wanted it to do.

  • My Fitness Goal Is: Look better naked!

Bells of Steel

HI there, Thank you so much for the excellent review of our cable pulley. We are so glad to hear this has fit the bill and was exactly what you were looking for. We hope you continue to love using it for various exercises and to serve you again soon! Yours in strength, Marcus & the BoS team