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NOTE: This is a pre-order for a bar based on the delivery timeline.
NOTE: International customers - Please select UPS for shipping, the length of these bars prevents them from being shipped via USPS
NOTE: Pre-Sale pricing is discounted 10% off retail price.
The long awaited release of our Squat Bar is almost here! After a year of design, engineering, testing and retesting - we finally have settled on a production version that satisfies all of our expectations and quality/performance standards.
Below is a timeline of where we are in the production process, as well as complete specifications for the bar.
This is a PRESALE, which means you will receive your bar based on the pre-sale timeline and based on the sequence in which orders were received. We are planning on starting to ship pre-sale units between November 1 and 15.
|Bar Weight||25 kilograms (calibrated)|
|Length||95" (Total Bar)|
|Steel Type||SAE Aerospace-grade Steel Alloy|
|Tensile Strength||Between 250,000 and 258,000 PSI (certification available by request)|
|Material Hardness||HRC 51 (certification available by request)|
|Knurl Type||Proper powerlifting knurl, indestructible|
|Loadable Sleeve Length||17"|
|Origin||Manufactured in the USA using American Steel|
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Is bare steel an option?
We've chosen not to offer an unplated version of these bars, so clear zinc will be the base finish
could you please explain the types of finishes with the pros and cons of each. And then would you mind giving me your own personal preference? Thank you! Cant wait to order the bar!!!
The zinc and electroless nickel finishes are the most corrosion resistant and won't ever rust. The black oxide is mildly corrosion resistant and will be fine in climate controlled environments but can still rust in humid ones. The electroless nickel finish is technically harder but we've never had issues with any of our zinc products during regular use. It will also keep it's shine for a lot longer than the zinc will.