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FID46

Body-Solid FID46 Olympic Leverage Flat Incline Decline Bench

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Body-Solid Olympic Leverage Flat Incline Decline Bench

The new FID46 is based on a heavy gauge 3inch round stock steel mainframe, with a 9-position seat and back pads that are a full 2¾inch thick and will never bottom out. Perfect for all types of barbell and dumbbell exercises, the FID46 works great in Power Racks, Smith Machines and the strongest leverage gym system in existence. In addition to all the intense upper body exercises the FID46 delivers, the leg developer provides a concentrated lower body workout. Perform leg extensions with full 90 degree seat back support and lying leg curls from the traditional arched prone position.

Specifically designed for use with the Body-Solid SBL460 Freeweight Leverage Gym. Olympic style plates only. Weight plates and collar optional.

* Ships within 2 - 4 business days!

Key Features:

  • Synchronized seat and back pad adjustments with glide and lock pull pin
  • Includes leg developer for prone leg curls and seated leg extensions
  • Transport wheels for easy movement
  • Back pad adjusts to -20º, 0º, 10º, 20º, 30º, 40º, 50º, 60º and 70º
  • Seat pad adjusts to 0º, 4º, 6º, 8º, 10º, 12º, 15º and 17º
  • Height to pad-at position: 23”
  • Weight Capacity: 600 lbs.
  • 72”L x 28” W x 31”H
  • 13-gauge 3” round mainframe
  • Product Weight: 93 lbs.
    • Shipping Cost: Free Shipping to Continental US!

    • Leaves Warehouse: 2-3 Business Days (estimated)

    • Average Delivery From Order Date: 6-8 Business Days (estimated)

    Shipping and delivery times listed are estimates and could be affected by current events outside the control of Sunburst Fitness Supply. These events include, but are not limited to, the ongoing covid-19 pandemic, protests and demonstrations, hurricanes, or whatever else this crazy year and future years throw at us.

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