A solid pull up and squat rig is the centerpiece for almost any box, and the Gym Box Rig by Fringe Sport will anchor your gym. This rig features 11-gauge steel with a 3"x 3" cross section for the ultimate sturdiness. In addition, the rig comes standard with UHMW lined J-Cups for each 4ft section.
The rig in the last photo is our FringeSport HQ gym. We have 6ft Superman Crossbars (dual height), a monkey bar setup, and custom green colored uprights - all of those options are available as upgrades.
9' Uprights - 3" x 3", 11-gauge steel. You can also upgrade to 12 or 15 foot tall uprights if you give us a call (512) 201-4404.
1" hole diameter hardware.
Squatting/benching lanes are 4 feet wide to accommodate racking the barbell, so we include J-Cups with UHMW plastic lining.
A pair of J-Cups are included for each 4ft lane.
The crossbar/pullup bars diameter is 1.28 inches.
Floor mount installation.
All hardware to build included - hardware to bolt into your floor not included.
Offered online in lengths up to 30'- call us if you need a longer.
Want to get colored uprights? It's $50 per upright. Give us a call to customize your rig (512) 201-4404.
Package Contents and Specifications
Contents: 4-30 ft long Floor Mounted Rig by Fringe Sport
Weight: 400+ pounds
Dimensions: 9ft height (upgrade to 12ft or 15ft), 6ft deep, and 4ft - 30ft wide depending on the length you choose.
Material: Powder Coated Steel
Shipping Note: Because of the dimensions of the uprights, any rig purchased would more than likely ship via Freight Service which can take a little longer than typical USPS or UPS shipping delivery.
Warranty: 1 year for all manufacturer defects. Altering or modifications in any way will void all warranties and liabilities on this product.
Start Designing and Customizing
The standard floor mount is 14 ft long (3rd photo). This rig will consist of two 4 ft sections on either side, and a 6 ft section in the middle (4/6/4). We suggest a 6 ft middle section to ensure if you plan on having two squatters on the 4 ft sections, these bars have enough room and you don't run into overcrowding. You have the option to add as many sections you would like, and events are to be customized to fit exactly what suits you.
Our rigs come standard with 9 ft uprights, but remember you can always customize/upgrade your rig to what best fits your boxes needs. Each upright has four holes in the base, for the easier installation to bolt directly into the ground.
About The Uprights
9ft Uprights - These are the standard upright in the industry, and most common you will see on rigs in a large number of boxes. With the 9ft uprights you are going to be able to get the most benefit from your rig. They will easily fit in low ceiling warehouses, and almost all commercial locations. With these your clients will have the ability to do pull-ups, bar muscle-ups, wall balls to standard height, ability to squat off of and much more. You can't go wrong with a 9ft upright, and they are easier on the budget!
12ft Uprights - These are great for ring muscle ups, giving your client the ability to really work on their gymnastics. They would be considered low for rope climbs, but perfect height for your beginner athlete nervous to climb ropes. With the ease of this upgrade, you then have the ability to add angled monkey bars across the top. Although they will be an upgraded charge, the possibilities with the added height are endless.
15ft Uprights - These uprights will rarely be seen in boxes, but are available if needed for your box. This upright is beneficial if your clientele will be working on the gymnastic rings, and can be used for RX rope climbs. These will be an upgraded charge, but we can discuss the possibilities of other ways to hang your climbing rope if that is the specific goal for your 15ft upright.
The crossbar at the top is traditionally used as a pull up bar, but you can also substitute a dual crossbar or "Superman" bar or even monkey bars depending on your demographic...‚¬"¹the possibilities are endless. Call us and we can customize the perfect rig for you!
Want to make sure your rig stands out, we can powder coat all of our uprights to the color of your choice at an additional charge.
Things to Consider Before You Decide
1. What kind of space do you have? Space is a vital key to making sure your box can run efficiently and stay clean. If you have an ample amount of space, and you can anchor your rig to the center of your box, the floor mount is an ideal rig for you. Mounting your rig in the middle of your box, gives you the ability to utilize all sides of the rig, doubling the ability to get your clients comfortably on the rig. We highly suggest with this rig that you have 6ft between your client and the wall, to ensure they feel comfortable while lifting, kipping, and cleaning.
2. What kind of budget do you have? When starting a box it is easy to go over budget, at Fringe though we want to make sure you stay within budget and get everything you dreamed of. Our floor mount rig will be on the more expensive end, but is highly recommend if you have the extra cash to spend.
3. Who will do the installation? Installation on rigs can be intimidating, but with the right contractor it can easily be done. We highly suggest contacting multiple general contractors and ensuring that you feel comfortable with them installing the rig. Remember measure twice, drill once is the key to making your rig building process a success.
Are you in the state of Texas? Call our customer service team and we will be happy to set up your rig for you with additional installation charge. It may cost extra but our top notch team in committed to providing the ultimate experience for our customers.
Review by Jackson on 26 Nov 2014review stating Staff Review
The 3x3. The Second Generation.
Building off our success with our previous 2x3 we brought you this guy to deliver what y'all were asking for. It's the rig people want, and it's even more solid than their expectations. It'd be hard to find a piece of equipment that rivalled this rig, but if you do find something we can assure you ours will stand up to the challenge.
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Q: Would this be the right rig for a couple fitting a 1 car garage for xfit?
A: Yes that is certainly a good rig for a garage. You can also look at our wall mounted versions on the same page which are slightly more common in garage settings.
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Q: What kind of hardware do we need to buy in order to bolt the rig into the floor?
A: Hi Casey - you can use a hammer drill. We have a video that we put together you may find helpful. If you take a look at around the 1:17 min mark: youtu.be/6oOszUc6Vns
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Q: Why is the 4' floor mount rig more than twice the price of the wall mount rig? I just got a quote from Rogue for a 4' freestanding for just under $900. Doing my due diligence here to find the best value. Thanks!
A: I'm sorry for the confusion!
The 4' Floor Mounted Rig is actually less than twice the price, currently at $1,009, where the Wall Mount is $569.
The Floor Mount also doubles the usage of the Wall Mount by adding another lane for concurrent usage.
It's even deeper, adding two feet to the crossbars to give plenty of room for two.
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