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Pin Loaded Lat Pulldown

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£1,895.99
  • Adjustable Seat
  • Knee Pad supports
  • 125kg Weight Stack

 

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Selectorised Lat Pulldown

This entry level pin loaded machine is part of our range in order to offer an alternative to those on a budget or simply want a variety of machines that we just don't make yet

This entry level range of equipment offers cast iron weight stacks as standard and are built for full commercial use

What benefits does the pin loaded lat pulldown offer?

The pin loaded lat pulldown offers a conviniently located 125kg weight stack alllowing for quick and easy adjustment

Thanks to it's adjustment you are able to set the seat and knee pads to ensure comfort and support throughout the movement

Large oversized pulleys limit cable wear while the high quality bearings ensure rock solid use

If you looking for something that you can micro load with weight your better off with a plate loaded lat pulldown

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Weight (kg) 150.0000
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