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    Default Want to Buy (/borrow/rent) Safety Squat Bar

    I'd like to squat during recovery for a dislocated shoulder and torn labrum. Before I shell out for a new bar, Does anybody here have a Rogue SSB, SB-1, that's gathering dust and want to pass it along ? Or anybody who would be willing to loan/rent yours away for a time?

    I'm in the Seattle WA area and am open to offers and ideas.
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    Black Widow Safety Squat Bar

    Negotiate down a bit. Retail price is $299, so maybe $150 is a good number. You should be able to re-sell it later with little, if any drop in value.

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    Last edited by Meshuggah; 04-21-2017 at 09:55 AM. Reason: I considered selling mine, but I should probably keep it

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    Quote Originally Posted by manveer View Post
    Black Widow Safety Squat Bar

    Negotiate down a bit. Retail price is $299, so maybe $150 is a good number. You should be able to re-sell it later with little, if any drop in value.
    Thanks! This would be excellent.. I've gotten in touch with that seller. Coulda sworn I looked for Safety Squat Bars on Craigslist, but maybe just the Rogue.
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    Check amazon for a Titan SSB. I picked mine up for $145 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmatt View Post
    Check amazon for a Titan SSB. I picked mine up for $145 shipped.
    I hate to burst your bubble, but the Titan isn't a true SSB. The handle/yoke area of the Titan matches the angle of the camber, it is supposed to be offset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acelticmonk View Post
    Thanks! This would be excellent.. I've gotten in touch with that seller. Coulda sworn I looked for Safety Squat Bars on Craigslist, but maybe just the Rogue.
    That one sold before I could buy it. I'm still looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
    I hate to burst your bubble, but the Titan isn't a true SSB. The handle/yoke area of the Titan matches the angle of the camber, it is supposed to be offset.
    Well, not that big of a deal for me. I only bought it so my 70 year old father-in-law can squat. He can't get his shoulders anywhere close to even a high bar squat position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuggah View Post
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    What kind of SSB do you have, Shug? I've been looking for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastmaster103 View Post
    What kind of SSB do you have, Shug? I've been looking for a while.
    I have an older Elite FTS SSB (Yoke Bar) which I prefer over the newer model. The padding is just too big on the newer model. (IMO)
    The SSB is a great training tool, good luck with your search.

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