GRIND Chaos4000 Half Rack
The Chaos4000 Half Rack was built to give you the best gym set up possible with its many thoughtfully designed features. Built-in plate posts in the back and safety spotter arms in the front give you the ability to accomplish your toughest workouts. Rubber lined J-cups, numbered uprights, and durable powder coat make virtually every lift variation possible. Don’t forget the multi-grip bar to challenge yourself every day.
This is the rack that can handle anything and everything you throw at it. When it's time to hit the GRIND, the Chaos4000 Half Rack will help you get the job done.
- Dimensions: 85" Tall x 53" Deep x 49" Wide (67" wide including weight storages)
- 3"x2" Numbered Uprights
- Textured Multi-Grip Bar
- Rubber Padded J-Cups (1,000LB Capacity)
- Rubber Padded Spotter Arms
- 6 Weight Storage Pegs
- 1 Vertical Barbell Holder
Frequently Bundled with the Chaos4000 Half Rack
Easy to order and got it fast.
Dream made true for Son!
Very quick shipping and once it arrived the assembly was easy. My son and I got it built in about 2 hours and he loves it. Saves his mother countless of hours of driving him to the gym every day. The equipment is sturdy, I am 6' and can do pull ups on it without it wobbling. Holds heavy weight for squats and very pleased with the military discount.
Grind 4000 great price but too wide
Why make the rack 51 inches wide? I didn't realize 51 inches was a few inches wider than most other racks. Only until after I assembled and mounted the bar that I found the rack is too wide. One could only assume that the rack would fit a standard barbell nicely.
Would definitely buy again
Ordered some dumbbells. They came fast and the quality is great. Definitely recommend Grind Fitness.
Great Rack one small flaw.
This rack is great, easy to assemble, easy to adjust and use. It is extremely stable and feels very well built. I have zero complaints about the quality of this rack. Unbeatable value for the price. The only complaint I have is the rack is pretty wide, where this becomes an issues is the Olympic barbell I have is only about 1.5 inches wider than the cups and arms. So when you set the weight down, you have to ensure that you are in the perfect spot or the end of the barbell ends land on the supports. For most people this may not be an issue. But if you are doing any maxes and need to set the weight down fast at the end of the set, you may find the barbell catching on the supports. Both images attached are taken without adjusting barbell. If this rack were about 1-2 inches skinnier, I would give it 5 stars without a question.