TITAN Series power rack vs RM4 fortis [Article, Video]
This is a comparison between the TITAN Series power rack and the RM4 fortis. Follow the links for more details.
Overview and review of the Rogue RM4 fortis rack
- Which belt to buy from Rogue
- Which barbell to buy from Rogue
- Which rack to buy from Rogue over $1000
- Which rack to buy from Rogue for under $1000
- Which plates to buy from Rogue
- Which strength equipment to buy from Rogue
- Which conditioning equipment to buy from Rogue
- Which Equipment package to buy from Rogue
- Which accessory to get from Rogue
- Which jump rope to get from Rogue
- Which bench to get from Rogue
- Which dumbbell to get from Rogue
- Which knee sleeve to get from Rogue
Pros of the RM4 Fortis rack
Cons of the RM4 Fortis rack
Alternatives to the RM4 Fortis rack
Overview and review of the Titan Series power rack
The Titan Series power rack will put you back about $1000. TITAN is well known for their very good prices compared to their competition and will get you started on your home gym. This review was originally posted in “which Titan rack to buy for over $500”
Overview of the TITAN power rack
3” x 3” 11 Gauge Tubing and bolt-together design.
Includes (2) 1” Diameter Pins w/ 1.5” Pipes for
Includes (4) Bolt-On Weight Plate Holders
Includes (4) Band Pegs.
Includes a pair (2) Sandwich J-Hooks.
numbered laser cut holes
Keyhole side spacing
Max height of 94” for pull-up bar.
Overall Weight: 388 LB
Overall Height: 100”
Footprint (including bolt-down plates): 53” x 55.5”
Overall Depth: 48”
Inside Depth: 42
Overall Width: 48”
Inside Width: 42”