Rogue Deadlift Platform
|Foot Print||4' x 8'|
|Material Type||Powdercoated Steel|
|Steel Notes||2" x 2" 11 gauge|
|Made In USA||Yes|
|3 Ships Free||No|
Work on pulling heavy things faster.
Speed work is an essential component of any strength program. The Rogue Deadlift Platform safely allows for band use outside of a power rack. The band pegs are extra long to work with longer specialty barbells in addition to standard barbells.
The Rogue Deadlift Platform ships with 2 Floor Plates and does not need bolted to the ground.
The Rogue Econ Deadlift Platform must be bolted to the ground.
There are several flooring options for this platorm:
- Rubber tiles. An 8 Pack of 24x24x1.5" Rubber Tiles is available with this product.
- A combination of plywood and stall mats. Lay 1 full sheet of 3/4" plywood down as the base. Cut two 2' wide strips of stall mat and one 4x4' piece of 3/4" plywood to be used as a top layer.
- Do not use any flooring.
- Length: 8'
- Width: 4'
- 2x2" steel frame
- Laser cut and precision bent gussets
- Bolt together design
- (4) Floor clips to secure each end to the ground
Rogue Deadlift Platform - Is Exceptional ... But Has One "Minor" Design FlawReview by Merc
With regard to the rubber tiles, when I placed them inside the platform frame, the 4 rubber tiles that were placed on top of the 2 steel floor plates were not flush or even with the outer 4 rubber tiles. As a result, the overall surface of the platform was not perfectly even. After taking a closer look, I noticed that the 2 steel floor plates bowed down [ ( ] ever so slightly, which caused the 4 middle rubber tiles to be a little higher than the outer 4 rubber tiles. Also, there is a very small amount of space in between a couple of the tiles - in other words, all 8 rubber tiles did not fit "tightly" side by side at the point of contact inside the frame.
To try to compensate, I disassembled the platform and turned each steel floor plate over to remove some of the bow [ ) ] and to make the 4 middle rubber tiles more flush with the outer tiles. This adjustment helped some, but the rubber tiles were still not evenly flush. Short term, I placed some card board under the 4 outer rubber tiles to try to elevate to be flush/even with the 4 rubber tiles that rest on top of the 2 steel floor plates. I might decide to buy 4 - 24x24 1/4" or 1/2" thick rubber tiles to place under the 4 outer rubber tiles to correct the problem, but, to be perfectly honest, I should not have to purchase additional 1/4" or 1/2" think rubber tile to fix a minor design flaw with this platform.
While this problem is a minor design flaw that should not be an issue with a platform of this quality, the problem does not impact the 5 rating I give, because this really is a well-built dead lift platform, however, the design team at Rogue "really" needs to correct this problem.
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