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Roger Roberson

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here you go Adam if you could try to make it like this one just thicker metal . Make the loading pin hollow tube Incase I need to extend it.the top handle is longer the. The bottom so can cheat the weight up .keep handles 3/4 solid round bar. Grind bottom handle for beyond the range . 

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slazbob

Nice! I used to close mine with pliers to get a tight squeeze. Taped up the TTK so it didn’t get scratched up.

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Roger Roberson

Yeah don’t know if you can see it but it bent this morning had 260lbs on it don’t think it’s made for that kind weight lol 

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Adam Juncker

Thanks Roger. 

I'll have to do some cipherin' and engineerin' on this one.  That fulcrum is going to be under a lot of stress.  

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Joseph Sullivan
23 hours ago, Adam Juncker said:

Thanks Roger. 

I'll have to do some cipherin' and engineerin' on this one.  That fulcrum is going to be under a lot of stress.  

On 11/18/2017 at 5:13 PM, Roger Roberson said:

Yeah don’t know if you can see it but it bent this morning had 260lbs on it don’t think it’s made for that kind weight lol 

 I had this custom made for me by Lucas Raymond. Traded my TTK and use 2 small pipes to place over the handles of this one so I can also work thumbs. I’m table no setting COC 2.5 for multiple reps a set now. It’s pretty sweet!

 

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Roger Roberson
4 hours ago, Joseph Sullivan said:

 I had this custom made for me by Lucas Raymond. Traded my TTK and use 2 small pipes to place over the handles of this one so I can also work thumbs. I’m table no setting COC 2.5 for multiple reps a set now. It’s pretty sweet!

 

Man that thing looks awesome!

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Joseph Sullivan
21 hours ago, Roger Roberson said:

Man that thing looks awesome!

Dude it is awesome brother. Don’t need a lot of weight on it either due to the extra long lever arm. Very effective! I got 5 TNS COC 2.5 reps today in one set! All closed tight. This definitely helped.

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Adam Juncker

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hey @Roger Roberson , it's finally done. 

The arm is solid steel and of course the handles are too. The top handle is machined into the arm.  Should be able to use your truck as the weight if you want. 

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Joseph Sullivan
1 minute ago, Adam Juncker said:

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hey @Roger Roberson , it's finally done. 

The arm is solid steel and of course the handles are too. The top handle is machined into the arm.  Should be able to use your truck as the weight if you want. 

Nice... looks similar to mine.

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Joseph Sullivan

Wow so 55 pounds on it equals 82.2? How long is the lever arm?

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Adam Juncker

The handles were not completely closed in that one.  Lever is 20" total and the fulcrum is 5" in from the handle side.  

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Adam Juncker

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Hey Rodger, I changed out the loading area to fit standard plates. The loading pin is 16 inches long, here I have added 260 lb to it and you still have 4 and 1/2 in to put more plates on.

 

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Roger Roberson
1 hour ago, Adam Juncker said:

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Hey Rodger, I changed out the loading area to fit standard plates. The loading pin is 16 inches long, here I have added 260 lb to it and you still have 4 and 1/2 in to put more plates on.

 

Awesome man looks amazing

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