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465 Circular Stainless Steel Bar Sink

by:East King     2020-08-29

On the clank, if I maintain it in grasp clear stance and shake it up and down, sleeves move vertically and it clanks like a normal Ohio bar. Maybe I’ll link a video later and you may tell me what you think.

Yeah you’re not going to discover a good 28 mm Oly bar with out the center. Rogue used to supply that on the usual Oly but I’m not sure if they do anymore, or if they ever did on the stainless variant. Best you are able to do is passive, but that’s not exhausting no less than. There’s that Vulcan Absolute… that’s a fairly good bar, but it’s also fairly costly – although a minimum of not as expensive because the NxG. Of the 28 mm Rogue Oly bars that I’ve handled I even have not been overly happy with the knurling.

This is my first chrome bar, but the XF is very slippery. Without chalk, when gripping tight, I can simply twist my grip around. It is better with chalk, however borderline unusable for any type of pull without it.

Think I am going to seize an XF, or the AB precision stainless bushing if I can’t get the XF. Given the principle motivation is pulls, with some mild oly sprinkled in, I think you're proper on that a professional bearing bar will not be the most effective.

XF seems to accomplish the principle functions of what I am in search of. And gives me one thing totally different than the AB knurl on the Mammoth.
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