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Smith Machine, 58 x 87 93 In.
- Item # 6PXP6
- Mfr. Model # PLR-950
- UNSPSC # 49201603
- Catalog Page # 1784
- Shipping Weight 650.0 lbs.
- ItemSmith Machine
- Number of Stations1
- Target AreaFull Body
- FinishPowder Coating
- Maximum User Weight400
- FeaturesThe Smith Machine's Bar Is Counterbalanced With Adjustable Bar Stops For Safety And Range Of Motion. The Bar Range Is 10" To 81" And A 7 Degrees Angle. Its Guide Rods Are 1" Ccro Ansi 1045 Solid Steel Case Hardened With Laser Knotched Stainless Steel Bar Catch With 8 Starting Release Points & Mounting.
- IncludesShipping And Installation. Lifetime Frames, Welds And Solid Steel Weight Stacks; 5 Years Friction- Free Bearings, Cams, Guide Rods, Bushings & Pulley Wheels, 2 Years Cables, 1 Year Upholstery And Wear Items
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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