Rear Base Stabilizer

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CAD $140.00
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CAD $140.00
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Rear Base Stabilizer

Regular price
CAD $140.00
Sale price
CAD $140.00
Regular price
$
Rear Base Stabilizer
Regular price
CAD $140.00
Sale price
CAD $140.00
Regular price
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Rear Base Stabilizer
Rear Base Stabilizer - 4000 / 1.0
Rear Base Stabilizer - 4000 / 2.0
Rear Base Stabilizer - 5000 / 1.0
Rear Base Stabilizer - 5000 / 2.0
  • Rear Base Stabilizer
  • Rear Base Stabilizer

OVERVIEW

Add stability and function to your power rack with the uniquely shaped Rear Base Stabilizer. It is compatible with 4000 and 5000 series racks (PR-4000, PR-5000, Omni, and Apollo). The RBS provides a ton of sturdiness without adding a large footprint. When attached to your rack, this stabilizer even removes the need to bolt down your PR-4000 or PR-5000 with 41” crossmembers (but not with shallower crossmembers, due to stability). In addition, use it as a necessary anchor point for the optional Lat and Low Row Attachment.  

The stabilizer can also be used to hold storage items or to organize your spotter arms up and off the floor. The RBS comes in two types: RBS 1.0 and RBS 2.0. The 1.0 mounts to the rear of the uprights and the 2.0 mounts to the inside of the uprights, making it more compatible with future attachments without compromising stability. Both versions are heavy-duty, made from 3x3”, 11-gauge steel. Both are made with a 5/8” hole for the 4000 Series rack or a 1” hole that fits the 5000 Series. The 1.0 is finished in a matte black powder coach, and the RBS 2.0 is finished with a metallic black powder coat. 

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

  • Material
    3x3" 11-Gauge Steel
  • Width
    47.3" (1.0) & 41.3" (2.0)
  • Depth
    9.5" Depth Added
  • Bolt Plate Height
    7.9" (1.0) & 9.8" (2.0)
  • 4000 Series Hole Size
    5/8"
  • 5000 Series Hole Size
    1"
  • Finish
    Matte Black (1.0) & Metallic Black (2.0), Powder Coated

FAQS

  • What is the difference between the RBS 1.0 and 2.0?

    The main difference between the RBS 1.0 and 2.0 is where they mount to the rack. The 1.0 mounts to the rear of the uprights and the 2.0 mounts to the inside of the uprights. This change makes it more compatible with future attachments without compromising stability. 

  • Can you use the RBS with the Ares?

    Neither the RBS 1.0 nor RBS 2.0 are compatible with the Ares Cable Attachment. 

  • What is the benefit of the RBS?

    The Rear Base Stabilizer adds stability and function to your rack. It is a required anchor point for the Lat and Low Row Attachment for racks of all depths and it increases stability of a power rack by minimizing lateral movement.  

  • Can you use the RBS 2.0 in conjunction with the Athena Side-Mount Functional Trainer?

    Although the Athena Side-Mount Functional Trainer does not require the use of a RBS, the new design of the RBS 2.0 is compatible with the Athena Side-Mount Functional Trainer (single side or dual side). Note: The RBS 1.0 is not compatible with the Athena Side-Mount Functional Trainer (single side or dual side). 

  • What does this add to the footprint of my rack?

    The RBS 2.0 adds 9.5” to the depth of a four-post rack. It does not add any depth to a six-post rack when mounted on the center uprights. 

  • Does the RBS remove the need to bolt down PR-4000 or PR-5000 racks other than just the 41” depth size?

    We only recommend this for the 41” depth crossmembers because shorter crossmembers don’t allow as much distance between the uprights, which reduces stability within the rack. Therefore, we recommend bolting down racks of other sizes, even with the RBS.  
    That being said, if you use the Iso Arms, Spotter Arms, or Globe Pull-Up Bar, you do want to bolt your rack down (even the 41” crossmembers with the Rear Base Stabilizer). With those attachments, you need to add Front Foot Extensions to keep the rack stable. 

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