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bencrush

I wanted to thank Cannon PowerWorks (Matt) for their great service and fast shipping again!  Top notch doing business with them.  Just got my new rated #2.5 in the mail yesterday and it was in top notch condition.  I really like the CPW rating tags and the fact that the gripper is placed back into the original packaging to ship. 

I can't recommend Cannon PowerWorks enough! 

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Jörg Keilbach
On 6/5/2018 at 7:53 AM, bencrush said:

I wanted to thank Cannon PowerWorks (Matt) for their great service and fast shipping again!  Top notch doing business with them.  Just got my new rated #2.5 in the mail yesterday and it was in top notch condition.  I really like the CPW rating tags and the fact that the gripper is placed back into the original packaging to ship. 

I can't recommend Cannon PowerWorks enough! 

Absolutly!!!

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RagingTrain
On 8/16/2018 at 5:48 AM, Fist of Fury said:

I finally found a gripper in the 160's thanks to cannonpowerworks, great service! 

What do you find in that range?  Used or pre-rated? Tell me your secrets Fury!!

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Fist of Fury
6 hours ago, RagingTrain said:

What do you find in that range?  Used or pre-rated? Tell me your secrets Fury!!

It was a GHP8. They don't all fall in that range but some do. As far as I know it's the only one of the big brands you can find in this range right now. Tetting Elite's used to be there but they all seem to be in the 170's now.

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Cannon
12 hours ago, Fist of Fury said:

It was a GHP8. They don't all fall in that range but some do. As far as I know it's the only one of the big brands you can find in this range right now. Tetting Elite's used to be there but they all seem to be in the 170's now.

GHP 8 is definitely the best bet for a 160s gripper.  

Tettings are all over the place, assuming the correct spring is used from the get-go.  I rated a few Elites recently that were way higher than 170s :ohmy

Filed #3 is another way to go.  If you request 160+ on the filing, I'll get it there.

@RagingTrain

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28 minutes ago, Cannon said:

GHP 8 is definitely the best bet for a 160s gripper.  

Tettings are all over the place, assuming the correct spring is used from the get-go.  I rated a few Elites recently that were way higher than 170s :ohmy

Filed #3 is another way to go.  If you request 160+ on the filing, I'll get it there.

@RagingTrain

Feel free to post the actual rating.  I do have a filed #3 @160 and a spectrum @162. I'm trying to build a well rounded competition set for hosting events.  It's nice to have those but I'd prefer a ghp/CoC/tetting.  I'm patient.  

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Just now, RagingTrain said:

Feel free to post the actual rating.  I do have a filed #3 @160 and a spectrum @162. I'm trying to build a well rounded competition set for hosting events.  It's nice to have those but I'd prefer a ghp/CoC/tetting.  I'm patient.  

Just emailed you :)

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For those interested in what recent Tettings from Weightlifters Warehouse rate in at, here's my recent 20 grippers:

 

Elite:                   183, 184, 187, 189

Grand Master:  147x2, 148, 150x2, 153, 154x2

Super Master:  128x2, 129, 130x3, 133x2

 

Matt verified that the springs are correct.  Pretty stout grippers!  But as was pointed out - you never know which range grippers will fall in.  

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