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2" Knurled Axle
Straight 2" thick grip axle for deadlifting and benching. Knurled grips and center marking.


 
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$230.00



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LandMine [Add $55.00]

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This is our 2" knurled axle. It measures 84" long, with 15" of plate loading space on each end.
There is a center knurling mark and then 24" on center with knurling on each side. 6-1/2" of knurling towards the middle, and 10" of knurling towards the outside.

The current picture is bare metal, the finished product that you receive will be powder coated black.

Bar weighs 25lbs.

**Note: Most Olympic sized collars may not fit this bar. **


Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Excellent Axle April 14, 2022
Reviewer: Sean  
This thing is legitimately one of my favorite bars in my gym. Took about 4 weeks to arrive and got quick responses to inquiries about order status. Knurling is perfect! So far I've used it for deadlifts and pressing. The knurling is grippy enough but, the axle still taxes your grip enough to make it challenging. Love this bar and can't wait to keep it as a regular in my training.

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5 of 5 Knurled Axle March 25, 2022
Reviewer: Jason from N/A  
Ordered mine bare steel with a knurl pattern similar to a Texas Deadlift Bar. You’ll be surprised how good a knurl can be on a piece of pipe after using this.

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5 of 5 Best Knurling, Best Coating, Best Customer Service March 12, 2022
Reviewer: Chris from Nevada  
Just got my knurled axle bar today and already put it through its paces. This is hands down going to be my go to bar for big pulling and pressing movements. The knurling is aggressive (think TPB level of aggression) and allows you to work on your grip even when you’re sweaty.
10/10 would recommend to anyone looking to use a fatter bar for joint health.

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