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Yukon Fitness Angled Leg Press - ALP150


Item#: FG197

Yukon Fitness Angled Leg Press - ALP150

$969.99
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Space saving, 7-degree angled leg press featuring one of the widest footplates in the industry and a brass bushing slide system for ultra smooth action.

  • Ultra smooth oilite bushings for professional performance
  • Heavy duty spotter system
  • Massive diamond tread foot plate
  • Thick, moisture resistant marine grade vinyl pads
  • Adjustable Head Rest
  • Accepts Olympic Plates only
  • Smaller footprint to accommodate any size workout room
  • Solid chrome guide rods
  • Angled back pad reduces stress on knees and back
  • 68"W x 49"L x 65"H
  • Weight: 175 lbs.
  • Capacity: 800 lbs.

  • Yukon Fitness Angled Leg Press - ALP150
    $969.99
    2.5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
    Chris
    Mass.
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Needs upgrade
    February 24, 2016
    The bushings this press come with are not good it's not smoth at all. I found that you can get al linear Bering upgrade and I did it. The up grade was a little tuff to install but if you are at all good with tools you can do it. Now the press is very smoth and I love this thing. The geometry of it is perfect for me at 5'8". If I'm being truthful it was a totall pain to get it how I like it but now that I did it's great . They really should just sell it with the linear bearing because without it it's not a good press.
    Pros:
    Size of foot print
    Cons:
    The bushings are very bad

    Jim
    Junction City, KS.
    1 Stars

    Don't buy
    May 29, 2014
    The bushing design for this piece of equipment does not work, they need to be ball bearings. The current design grab's and catches on the guide rods and the bushing's don't stay in place, they fall out and you can't tighten them up enough to hold in place without them grabbing the guide rods even more. Poor design and waste of money.



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