Comparing the 4000 and 5000 Series Racks by REP Fitness

PR-4000 vs. PR-5000

Trying to decide between REP Fitness' 4000 and 5000 Series power racks without delving too deep into technicalities? Here are three differences to consider to help you make an informed choice:

1. Pinholes and Spacing

The 4000 Series power rack features 5/8" diameter pinholes, with 1" spacing in the bench zone and 2" elsewhere. This setup ensures precise liftoff height in different areas of the rack.

On the other hand, the 5000 Series rack offers 2" hole spacing throughout with 1" diameter pinholes. Their distinctive feature is the option to achieve uniform 1" hole spacing across the entire rack by using Lowered J-cups, making it incredibly adaptable to your needs.

2. Attachment Compatibility

The 4000 Series rack offers a substantial range of attachments, providing versatility for your gym setup.

The 5000 Series rack takes it a step further with superior attachment compatibility, exceeding that of any other power rack. This means more options for enhancing your workout experience.

3. Laser-Cut Numbers

In terms of user convenience, the 4000 Series provides laser-cut numbers every five holes. These serve as useful markers to align your attachments, like J-cups and safeties.

The 5000 Series enhances this feature by providing laser-cut numbers on every single hole. This makes the attachment alignment process even more straightforward.

How to Pick a Power Rack

The choice between the 4000 and 5000 Series racks ultimately depends on your specific requirements. Whether you prioritize precision or adaptability, REP Fitness has you covered. Now, it's your call – pick the one that suits your needs best.