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Power Rack Attachments By B.o.S.

Power Rack Attachments By B.o.S.

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Complete your B.o.S. rack with our series of functional attachments.

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09/26/2018
Chad C.
CA
  • My Fitness Goal Is: Bigger. Faster. Stronger.
  • Bells of Steel Products Owned: Power Rack 5.0, Cable Crossover - Light Commercial Power Rack, Rack Lat Pulldown / Row Attachment - Light Commercial Power, Canvas Safety Straps (pair) - Light Commercial Power Rack, j-cups (pair) - Residential Power Rack, Plate Pegs - Pair - Residential Rack (2 sets), Landmine Power Rack Attachment
  • Product Condition: Perfect

Power Rack Attachments

Graham at B.o.S. was awesome in helping find the exact power rack attachments I was looking for to add to my B.oS. Power Rack 5.0 - I highly recommend B.o.S. equipment to anyone looking for high quality gym items at an affordable price. I highly recommend and will buy from B.o.S. in the future

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01/31/2018
James S.
CA
  • My Fitness Goal Is: 500lb deadlift by July
  • Bells of Steel Products Owned: Rack, bench, bar, lat attachment, mats, belt, knee sleeves
  • Product Condition: Perfect

Power rack 4.5

If you are reading this then you were probably like me scouring the interweb to death about the various racks to complete your home gym. You have probably looked at the cheap ones and said “nope” and most likely have looked at the Rogue racks and thought “holy s**t, that’s a lot of money for some steel”. Enter the BOS power rack. First off I was very impressed with the customer service. It is pretty rare these days to find knowledgeable, helpful people. Ryan answered all of my questions very quickly which made the descision to buy the rack that much easier. About the rack then. I have found it to be the best, most feature packed rack for the money. It was easy to assemble (ditch the tools that come with it and use your own) and the roller J cups are something you will wonder how you ever did without. They make things that much easier. I really hummed and hawed about the safety straps and I am glad I went with a rack that has them over the regular pins. Failing a lift means the bar falls on something with a bit of give and you can set the one side of the strap on the high side to be able to scoot from underneath while bench pressing. If you do not require the straps for a lift, just disconnect one side instead of having to remove the entire bar. Once you have a rack with straps, it will be hard to go back. The resistance band pegs are nice, but I use them for plate pegs and the fact that I can hang my bars between 2 of them on the upper portion of the rack. There has to be some drawbacks to every product so here are my (minor) dislikes. The rack is painted instead of powder coated. I realize that powder coating a rack adds cost, so if it meant saving $$ I would go with paint. The hitch pins that go on the end of the safety strap pins are a pain. I threw them out immediately and made some new ones out of cotter pins. Way better now. Some may not like the fact that you have to pull the safety strap pin to adjust the bracket up and down. I thought it would bother me before I bought the rack, but it literally takes under 45 seconds to adjust all 4. I am very happy I went with the BoS rack

James S. verified customer review of Power Rack Attachments By B.o.S.James S. verified customer review of Power Rack Attachments By B.o.S.James S. verified customer review of Power Rack Attachments By B.o.S.
01/31/2018
Bells of Steel

Wow what an awesome review, thank you so much for the kind words and I'm glad you love the rack!

QF
01/10/2018
Quentin Frewing

J-cups and Strap Pins

I have owned the J-Cups and Straps /Strap Pins for nearly a year now. They do what they are supposed to do so I am happy with them, though there is room for improvement. J-Cups: Pros: The J-Cups are super solid and strong. They are easy to move on the rack to whatever location you desire in seconds. There is nothing flimsy about these things! I am confident you could load these up with some serious weight and they wouldn’t have any trouble. After nearly a year of use at 3 times a week, the pin attacked to the J-Cup is still solid and there is no play. The paint job on the J-Cups is tough. I haven’t had any chipping or flaking. What I really love about the J-Cups is the value added plastic padding that is screwed to the bottom and sides of the cups. This protects the stippling on the barbell which is awesome! Cons: The quality control of the plastic padding needs to be improved. When I received the J-Cups, two out of the four had been drilled poorly for the need to be re-tapped before I could seat them properly. Two of the screws that held the plastic pads in place had been stripped by manufacturer. I managed to get one of the screws to seat the pad, but the other screw was not recoverable. When I called BOS to ask if they could provide a replacement screw, they said they couldn’t. So I have a J-Cup that has no plastic pad on the bottom. The method of attaching the J-Cups to the rack is very sturdy as it uses a thick gage piece of steel to wrap around ½ of the rack to secure it along with the pin. This system has two drawbacks. The first is that the piece of steel that wraps around the rack sits several inches below the pin. This only causes a problem for me when I do flat bench press and have the straps directly underneath the J-Cups. The J-Cups must be put on first, and then the strap clamps need to be slid onto the rack around part of the J-Cup. It still works and this only occurs for during flat bench press, so it isn’t that bad. The second issue with the piece of streel that wraps around the rack is that it blocks the ability to see the laser etched numbers when placing the strap clamps. Overall these J-Cups work and I would recommend them. Straps and Strap Clamps/Pins: Pros: These things are tough and sturdy. They will hold serious weight. The straps allow for you to put them at an angle so you can slide the weight down and away from you. They also provide the ability to allow the weight to rest closer to your body. These are significant improvements to the traditional straight metal bar seen in many commercial power racks. They are easy to install on the rack in just a few seconds. Cons: Though there are benefits to having the versatility of the straps for customization of where you want the weight to rest near your body, it also requires trial and error to know where to set the strap clamps on the rack. Unlike a straight metal bar, the straps sag several notches below where the strap clamps are located on the rack. Once the safety straps are used during a workout, you will need to ensure the strap clamps are reseated as they have a tendency to slide out of their position on the rack. This is not a safety concern as the clamp pins hold them on the rack. The strap clamp pins have little ball bearings at the end of the pin to keep them from sliding out. It has been about 9 months and one of the pins has lost the ball bearings, making it a little less secure. Overall these straps, clamps, and pins work, though they have a lot more variables than traditional straight bars as safety catches. If the design was improved upon, I think the straps would be superior. As it stands with their current design, I am not sold on them being a more efficient method for safety catches compared to the traditional straight metal bars.

We offer a full line of Power Rack accessories that will allow you to enhance your rack in a fully customizable way.

Plate Pegs - Pair - Light Commercial Rack

Plate Pegs
(Light commercial and residential racks) – Easily slide in and adjust easily to keep weight plates stored off the floor and easily accessible.

Residential Power Rack 2.0/3.0 j-cups (pair)

UHMW J-Cups – Residential Rack
The same j-cups that come standard with our racks. With an extra set, it allows you to set a pair up on the front of the rack as well as the back making transitions between exercises more fluid.

Dip attachment

Dip Attachment – Residential Rack
Attach through pinholes and are fully adjustable for height and width allowing you to target chest and tris more acutely.

Canvas Spotter 2

Canvas Spotter Arms  – Light Commercial Rack
(Light commercial) – One of the best safety features in recent years. Canvas Spotter Arms allow you to get under and press heavyweights with confidence because you can set them in such a way that the load will always roll off of you. Ideal for those who workout alone (standard on Light Commercial Rack).

Lat attachment

Lat Pulldown/ Row Attachment – Residential Rack
A multi-purpose and adjustable pulley system that attaches to the back of your rack allowing you to do seated rows, lat pulldowns, biceps curls amongst a host of other pulling based exercises. Includes a lat pulldown bar attachment and a short bar attachment.

Lat attachment

Lat Pulldown/ Row Attachment – Light Commercial Rack
A multi-purpose and adjustable pulley system that attaches to the back of your rack allowing you to do seated rows, lat pulldowns, biceps curls amongst a host of other pulling based exercises. Includes a lat pulldown bar attachment, a short bar attachment and a leg stabilizer.

Cable Crossover – Light Commercial Rack
Attaches to the front of your rack and allows for cable cross work and all forms of pulling work from both top and bottom pulleys (only top and bottom positions). Includes 2 individual handles.

Landmine Power Rack Attachment

Landmine  Attachment
Ideal for our light commercial rack but can be used on all of our models. This attachment allows you to do various rotational and explosive exercises.

Monolift attachment

Monolift Attachment – Bolt-On
The Monolift Attachment is compatible by bolting on to any of our racks.  The monolift attachment offers a space-saving and inexpensive monolift solution. Lined with UHMW plastic it’ll do minimal damage to your bar. Because of the bolt on option, you can easily attach to most racks.

Please note the bolts included are 1″, if your rack has a different hole size you may need to purchase separate bolts and washers from your local hardware store.

Power Rack Lever Arms

Power Rack Lever Arms
The bolt-on levers create a space-efficient solution to developing upper body explosive strength. Utilize the lever arms together or unilaterally for a variety of exercises, rows, presses, even use them for squats.

Please note the bolts included are 5/8’s, if your rack has a different hole size you may need to purchase separate bolts and washers from your local hardware store.

Dip Attachment – Light Commercial Rack 5.0 and up. 
A heavy duty Y dip attachment that adjusts easily.

Spotter Arms – Pair – Light Commercial Rack 5.0 and up. 

Heavy duty spotter arms that can be used on the outside of your rack for dual use. The rack should be bolted down when in use with these.

Dip Attachment – Commercial Squat Rack 4.0
A heavy duty Y dip attachment that adjusts easily.

Warranty: Lifetime on structural welds and frame*

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Weight30 kg
Dimensions9.25 × 9.75 × 13 in

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