Here’s a new mounting position to us. Rather than settling for a doorway pull up bar this Stud Bar owner wall mounted his pull up bar above the doorway.
Cross threading aka stripping a bolt or thread occurs when the male threads of a rotating fastener aren’t correctly lined up with the female receiving threads of the receptacle fastener. It’s usually caused when one of the parts of the fastener is slightly misaligned when it is tightened. Instead of the lands and grooves of … Continue reading Don’t be a cross threader
Here is a first for us, a creative customer doubled up his bars for more options and dyno’s well done two pull up bars are better than one.
We ship Stud Bars to every continent on the planet however we have only shipped one to Fiji. Here is our standard size pull up bar wall mounted to a concrete wall. Suddenly we want to visit our Stud Bar in Fiji.
Our pull up bar can be mounted to any angle, wall ceiling or sloped. Additionally we offer hardware to mount your bar to any surface Studs, brick block and concrete indoor or outdoor we encourage pull ups everywhere. Every home or garage gym deserves a high quality pull up bar. Here is a cool looking … Continue reading Vaulted sloped angled ceiling mounted pull up bar indoor home garage gym solution
Here is a custom pull up bar we modified for Andreas. His ceilings are shorter than 8 ft which made drilling another set of holes at 12″ the perfect bar height for Andreas. Here is what Andreas wrote: “The 12” setting is perfect! Plenty of room for my head, and my feet just clear the … Continue reading Basement home gym short ceiling pull up bar
Did you know installing a pull up bar actually strengthens your ceiling or wall? Looking at this picture you can see two separate opposing studs have been linked togethor by the pull up bar. The brackets and bar effectively create a square box with 4 points of contact. Customers often comment how sturdy their stud … Continue reading Exposed ceiling rafter pull up bar installation