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Outfit your home gym with the ultimate pull up bar from Titan Fitness, and put away that old door mounted bar for good!
Heavyweight steel construction ensures stability and solid feel just like in your favorite gym, with quality craftsmanship guaranteed to handle the demands of seasoned athletes and amateurs alike.
Matte black powder coating keeps it from becoming slippery like chrome or glossy competitors, so you can finish your workout without delay. Unmatched fit and finish ensure countless years of hard use, even for the most demanding athlete.
– Capacity: 500 lbs
– Can be installed vertically or horizontally
– Versatile setup via mounting hardware (not included)
– Can be mounted on wood 16" wood studs for custom widths at 16", 32" or 52" apart
– Mount on concrete wall at any width up to 53" with supplied bar
– Height: Can be adjusted based on ceiling height or athlete height
– Purchase additional standard 1" steel tube (1.3" OD) and extra L brackets to make a multiple person pull up station.
– Weight: 35 lbs
– Bracket Height: 31"
– Bracket Depth: 32"
– Bar length: 53"
– Bar diameter: 1.25"
– Bar thickness: 10 ga
– Material: 1" x 2" 11 Gauge Steel
– Includes two L Shaped brackets
– One 53" long bar
– Additional L Shaped brackets can be purchased for $35 each
- Item Weight: 37 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 35 pounds
- ASIN: B00HF8U37U
- Item model number: Pull Up Bar HD
Rogue Bar without the hefty price tag
The Titan is what is advertised. It is a sturdy pull up bar for less than half the price of the Rogue system.
Built like a tank.
One for the Commandant, One for the Corps
Mounted it to the wall with wood as others had done. It’s solid and like how I could set the width of the support arms. Have put athletic tape around the bar since installing, but it gets a lot of use. Pull-ups, ring dips, hanging resistance bands…etc. Packaging was sketchy, but everything came intact and not roughed up. Also, I did not have an issue with the bar fitting through the support, as some have…it fit perfectly fine. ***comes with no hardware*** Side note: nevermind the lower left bolt…that was my bad over tightening and had to drill a new hole.
Simple and Robust
I recently stopped going to a commercial gym due to time constraints and other issues. I have a small set up in my house that I now use. Before, I was using a doorway pull up bar, but was looking for something more heavy duty that I could attach my suspension trainer to. The system arrived early and in great condition. The two L-brackets and the center bar are all heavy duty steel with a very nice and thick layer of powdercoating. The wall brackets have 2 holes for the bar to slide through, allowing you to mount the wall brackets individually, thus making installation easier.
Solid and good price.
This thing is awesome! Thankfully I had read the reviews where people had trouble putting the bar in, so I left the lag bolts loose while I mounted the bar, then tightened them.
top quality, great value
Heavy duty and easy to install. Mounted with 6 3″ lag screws. I really like the versatility of the width that it can be mounted, from 12″,24″ or 36″. I had the room so I mounted at maximum width. Holds my weight, 175 lbs easily with kipping and t2b. Highly recommend this product.
Super solid pull-up rig, ridiculous value
I bought this in December 2017, so no comments on longevity other than speculative ones below. The box it came in was a little beat up, but everything in it was intact and in excellent condition. I had a different multiposition pull-up bar but it had to be on studs 48” apart, and I only had 36” of space, so this fit the bill perfectly as the bar can extend from the mounts.
Everything else is fine and they are definitely solid
I don’t review often, but felt it important with these. I’ve owned and operated a CrossFit affiliate for 7 years and just opened my second. If you’re looking at these or Rogue (or any other manufacturer) then I’d go with these. I just purchased 8 sets and will be purchasing 5 more after writing this. They are a little close to the wall but I’m 6′ and only feel slightly jammed on Bar Muscle-Ups. Everything else is fine and they are definitely solid. I used self tapping screws for one 2×6 to go into metal and then a 2×6 on top of that that I then secured the pullup bar to. If I had wooden studs I’d be comfortable securing them directly to the wooden studs as these in themselves are rock solid. Easy installation and very simple. Highly recommend for anyone looking to add stations at an unbelievably low price. Buy another rig for $1500 and lose floor space, or 4 of these and lose no floor space. Solid buy!
Great bar for the price! You can’t go wrong with Titan products
This pull-up bar is SOLID! Just as good as you would expect from Rogue or some of the other higher priced options. Just as some of the others have done, I mounted this on four builder grade basic 2 x 10s that I stained a dark finish and then mounted to wall studs using long lag screws. Just follow the directions that others have already posted. The mounting height is a little tricky and will be different for everyone, but I decided to go with 8′ based on my preference. When mounted correctly, this bar should handle much more weight than you will ever put on it. I bought a used TRX suspension trainer that I hang from it, so for around $140, I’ve got a great setup that I can do so much with that looks really nice in my home gym.
This is a great addition to a home gym. Others have posted ideas for how to mount this bar and I followed Eric’s lead (many thanks for your time and help, Eric!) and if you look at his reviews and answers to my questions, you will have all the information you need. I used oak, the GRK RSS screws, and had to purchase a Ryobi P237 impact driver (it works great) because my 12-V cordless drill couldn’t handle the job.