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Body-Solid Power Rack Lat Attachment for the GPR400

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MSRP: $595.00
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SKU:
GLA400
Condition:
New
Handling Time:
Freight LTL 7-10 Days
Weight:
97.70 LBS
Attachment Only:
Yes
Shipping Included:
Yes
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800-383-9300
Product Manual:
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BODY-SOLID COMMERCIAL WARRANTYBODY-SOLID LIFETIME WARRANTY…

Transform the Body-Solid GPR400 Power Rack into a complete home gym with the GLA400 Lat Attachment. The GLA400 allows users to perform high and low pulley exercises including lat pulldowns, rows, biceps curls, shrugs and more in the comfort and stability of a power rack. Unique design allows the GLA400 Lat Attachment to fit into the GPR400 without requiring additional space or clearance around the rack. The GLA400 is a plate-loaded attachment allowing users to easily add weight plates to the GLA400. Alternatively, the GLA400 Lat Attachment is compatible with Body-Solid’s SP150 150 lb. selectorized weight stack. Nylon-coated, aircraft quality cables ensure durability and safety while using the GLA400.

  • Includes lat bar and low row bar
  • Plate load carriage
  • Optional selectorized weight stacks
  • Product Weight: 84.9 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 51.2”L x 46.5”W x 79.5”H
  • GPR400 Power Rack, Plates, and Weight Stack Sold Seperately

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  • 1-2 business day lead time before shipping
  • Order ships from our Chicagoland area warehouse
  • Cancellation: To cancel your order without incurring fees, you must cancel within 24 hours of your orderRequests outside of the 24 hour window may not be possible if the item has already shipped. Call 800-383-9300

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  • Anthony J Bosco - Oct 26th 2023

    5
    Power Lat

    Lots of good things to say about this item. First, let's start with perceived need. I did not need the functional trainer attachment (have one already) so I was interested in the Lat/Row capabilities. Second, design. The open architecture allows for back stowage of weight horns and attachments like dip handles. All of this without obstructing your view in a mirror while you perform other rack-based exercises like Squats and Presses. Third, assembly. Simple, straightforward with minimal disassembly of the existing rack. That was a bonus because let's face it - who wants to break stuff down that they spent hours setting up, right? Fourth, Function. It operates well. It provides enough room to slide a bench into the Rack and still utilize the front uprights whilst being able to face the mirror. Now ALL my exercises face the mirror. A bonus for us vain body builders!

    Lastly, drawbacks. One that readily comes to mind is the absence of a leg hold down attachment for those people that perform near bodyweight pulldowns. I was able to find an attachment at TITAN that works but am surprised that Body Solid did not have one. One last item. Lack of safety straps. Pipe and Pin are wonderful 20th century devices but are CUMBERSOME, LOUD and DAMAGING (both to my bar and themselves). Mine were scratched up within a few rack-pulls. Another trip to TITAN for safety straps and problem solved! A strange omission because Body-Solid makes straps for the 1000 series rack.

    Overall, this is a must have attachment. I rarely leave my rack for anything now. Body-Solid does need to fill in the gaps within the attachment eco-sphere though.

    Preacher and Leg Extension attachments are ones that readily come to mind but such thoughts are probably more applicable to a review of the GPR400 than this particular attachment.

  • Anthony J Bosco - Oct 23rd 2023

    5
    Power Lat

    As mentioned under my GPR 400 review, plan wisely. This is a great addition to the Rack - I even upgraded to aluminum pulleys. Racks are great but attachments make them greater! This one does the trick and is easy to assemble and most importantly leaves the back of the rack open for weight horn attachment and the like. I also purchased a Multi Chin, a Mono lift. a hip-thrust and Dip attachment and this rack is outfitted and ready to go! Hope I can use it all.

2 Reviews

  • Posted by Anthony J Bosco

    5
    Power Lat

    Lots of good things to say about this item. First, let's start with perceived need. I did not need the functional trainer attachment (have one already) so I was interested in the Lat/Row capabilities. Second, design. The open architecture allows for back stowage of weight horns and attachments like dip handles. All of this without obstructing your view in a mirror while you perform other rack-based exercises like Squats and Presses. Third, assembly. Simple, straightforward with minimal disassembly of the existing rack. That was a bonus because let's face it - who wants to break stuff down that they spent hours setting up, right? Fourth, Function. It operates well. It provides enough room to slide a bench into the Rack and still utilize the front uprights whilst being able to face the mirror. Now ALL my exercises face the mirror. A bonus for us vain body builders! Lastly, drawbacks. One that readily comes to mind is the absence of a leg hold down attachment for those people that perform near bodyweight pulldowns. I was able to find an attachment at TITAN that works but am surprised that Body Solid did not have one. One last item. Lack of safety straps. Pipe and Pin are wonderful 20th century devices but are CUMBERSOME, LOUD and DAMAGING (both to my bar and themselves). Mine were scratched up within a few rack-pulls. Another trip to TITAN for safety straps and problem solved! A strange omission because Body-Solid makes straps for the 1000 series rack. Overall, this is a must have attachment. I rarely leave my rack for anything now. Body-Solid does need to fill in the gaps within the attachment eco-sphere though. Preacher and Leg Extension attachments are ones that readily come to mind but such thoughts are probably more applicable to a review of the GPR400 than this particular attachment.

  • Posted by Anthony J Bosco

    5
    Power Lat

    As mentioned under my GPR 400 review, plan wisely. This is a great addition to the Rack - I even upgraded to aluminum pulleys. Racks are great but attachments make them greater! This one does the trick and is easy to assemble and most importantly leaves the back of the rack open for weight horn attachment and the like. I also purchased a Multi Chin, a Mono lift. a hip-thrust and Dip attachment and this rack is outfitted and ready to go! Hope I can use it all.