SKU: SEBR62112

BodyCraft F432 Dip Attachment for F430 Power Rack

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Key Features:
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  • Fits F430 Power Rack
  • Add a dipping station to your Power Rack
  • Secure and simple locking mechanism
  • Durable powder coat paint job resists wear and tear
  • Rubber handle for grip even with sweaty hands
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Specification
Warranty
The F32 Dip Attachment, is convenient and offers more functionality to your F430 Power Rack.

The attachment can be used for exercises such as; dips, reverse dips and push-ups. The handle height is adjustable with the height of the spotter. The handles are spaced 20.5” apart to make them as comfortable to use as possible.

The secure and simple locking mechanism makes attaching the handles extremely easy. The durable power coating resists wear and tear whilst the rubber grip is extremely comfortable to use and you will be able to maintain grip, even with sweaty hands.

To attach them, simply insert in the rear openings of the left and right safety spotters on your rack to serve as a knee hold down for the F431 Lat option or the RFT Rack Functional Trainer.

The handles are rated to holds weight of up to 400lb.
Brand
BodyCraft
SKU
SEBR62112
Condition
new
Weight
3kg
Maximum User Weight
136kg
No. of Months Warranty
12
Warranty Type
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Average rating from 5 reviews
Dip bars
They work well very happy with them!

f432 dip attachment
Component dipping bars inexpensive and simple to fit they perfectly complement the excellent vaule for money F430 power cage that they are designed for.

Great piece of kit
It's got everything I need.

Can take a lot of weight
When I bought these 2 years ago I asked how much weight they could take, I was asked what I weigh (about 100kg) and they said it should be fine as long as I don't add weight. Well I did add weight and regularly dipped with an extra 40-70kg of weight (total of 140 - 170kg) and the bars are still perfectly straight and are unblemished

Good
Good