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Rogue Monster Lite Socket Pull-up Curl Bar

Monster Lite Socket Pull-up Bar Curl Bar
$220.00 CAD

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 17LB
Length 43” Cambered Pull-Up Bar - Compatible with ML Series rigs and racks
Material Type Solid Round Steel construction, precision formed
Other Product Specs Mounting Sockets and Hardware included
Steel Notes Ohio Knurling extended to close grip portion of bar
Diameter 28.5MM
Monster Lite Compatible Yes

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 17LB
Length 43” Cambered Pull-Up Bar - Compatible with ML Series rigs and racks
Material Type Solid Round Steel construction, precision formed
Other Product Specs Mounting Sockets and Hardware included
Steel Notes Ohio Knurling extended to close grip portion of bar
Diameter 28.5MM
Monster Lite Compatible Yes

Rogue Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar - Monster Lite

The Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar features the same 28.5MM cambered steel, extended knurling, and Black E-Coat finish as the Rogue Curl Bar. To adapt the design into a pull-up format, we essentially cut off the sleeves and added threaded holes to fix the bar to the provided mounting sockets, enabling easy installation on an existing rig or rack. This particular version is specifically built to fit a 43" space in an 3x3" Monster Lite unit.

Designed and manufactured in Columbus, Ohio with US steel, the Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar ships standard with (2) textured black mounting sockets and (4) black zinc bolt assemblies measuring 0.625" x 4.5". Socket mounting holes are 6" on center. The grip-friendly knurl pattern matches that of our flagship Ohio Bar, and it extends to the inside portion of the bar for athletes who want to perform close grip as well as wide grip pull-ups.

This pull-up bar is also available separately in a Infinity Series and Monster version.

Patent Pending Design

Key Features of the Rogue Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar

  • 1Cambered Knurled Barbell

    Compared to a traditional straight pull-up bar, a curved or cambered bar can provide a useful change-up for experienced, beginner, and rehabbing athletes, alike. This design helps reduce strain on the wrists during high-rep workouts, and with the knurling on the Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar extending to the inside portion of the bar, athletes can more easily work on their close grip pull-ups, as well. The non-abrasive knurl pattern itself is borrowed from our Ohio Bar—battle tested for years at the highest levels of competition.

  • 2E-Coat Finish

    The shaft of the Pull-Up Curl Bar is chrome plated and finished with a black “E-coat”—the first pull-up bar we’ve produced with this unique finish. E-coating is an electrically-applied paint coating initially developed for the automotive industry due to its superior coverage, adhesion, and corrosion resistance. E-coating creates a super even finish without dripping, pooling or gaps. It’s got cosmetic appeal, but is also consistently tough, uniform, and chip resistant.

  • 3Rogue Construction - Made in the USA with US steel

    The Monster Lite Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar is precision-formed in the USA, using quality US steel or US & CAN steel and state-of-the-art machinery at our Columbus, OH plant. The diameter of the bar is 28.5MM, and the total weight of the bar + sockets is 17LB. Every pull-up bar is carefully inspected and tested for quality before it leaves our factory floor.

  • 4Easy Installation in Monster Lite Rack/Rig

    This version of the Socket Pull-Up Curl Bar is compatible with any 43" space on an Rogue Monster Lite Series rack or rig, and is equipped with a pair of durable mounting sockets to insure its stability after installation. Two button-head screws lock the bar into the sockets to prevent spinning (a 7/32” allen wrench is required to tighten), and all needed hardware is provided and finished in Black Zinc.

  • 5Part of the Rogue Family

    Rogue has a wide variety of different pull-up bars to help a gym offer its athletes a more dynamic range of bodyweight training options. The Cerakote-finished Socket Pull-Up Bar is a close cousin of this one, with a straight rather than cambered shaft. Other popular Monster Lite-compatible options include the Crown Pull-Up Bar, the Speal Pull-Up Bar, and the X-43M Multi-Grip Crossmember, among others. Naturally the barbell version of the Rogue Curl Bar is also a logical addition to the arsenal if you don’t already own it.

  • 6Fast Rogue Shipping

    The Rogue Shipping System allows you to track your order from the time you place it to the time it hits your door. Order today, track today.
Rogue Monster Lite Socket Pull-up Curl Bar is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modified socket hole Like others have noticed, the bar as originally designed does not mount in a way that takes the strain off the shoulders. I had a friend that works in a machine shop make a new hole in each Mounting Socket so the bar can be mounted in a way that takes the stress off the shoulders. I could have likely drilled a new hole with my drill press, but having a machinist do it with a mill made for a much cleaner and precise hole. If you chose to go with this idea, make sure center of the new hole is drilled the same distance from the end as the existing hole, or the bar will not line up with the socket screw. Not too big of a deal, as more Mounting Sockets can be ordered separately. I now have the option of using this pull-up bar as designed, or modified as seen in the pictures posted.
Date published: 2021-08-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Underwhelmed Ergonomics are confusing. The bar (not the mounting bracket) would work much better horizontally. Unless you mount the bracket horizontally, this isn't possible. Prior posts have touched on this. Mine's collecting dust in the corner.
Date published: 2021-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful workmanship The only thing preventing me from giving this 5 stars is because the angle of the bar is either completely vertical or horizontal depending on how you attach it to your rack. I installed vertically as shown in the picture on the Rogue site. Due to the completely vertical angle of the bar, it puts a strain on my wrist. Not enough to prevent me from using it, but nonetheless, this bar would be better if you could adjust the angle a little. The Allen screw sets in a fixed location, so you cannot vary the angle of the bar at all. The bar feels good on my shoulder joints, so I favor it over the straight pull up bar despite the angle issue.
Date published: 2021-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Bar I agree with Ceasar. I you place this bar vertical, it actually can create more strain on the wrist in my opinion. It will probably relieve a lot of stress if you can place it horizontal. I only have a squat rack without the extension so at this point my only option is vertical so I'm going back to the straight bar. Once I extend my rack, I will be able to us this bar. Bottom line, it is a high quality bar, but I wouldn't bother unless you have the option of going horizontal
Date published: 2021-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice It's great. Stamp of approval. #certified #knurled
Date published: 2021-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from There's a reason that I wait patiently... .. for my Rogue 'back in stock' notifications. Everything Rogue is Awesome!
Date published: 2020-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pull-up bar This is a high quality bar, and the sockets are steel so it isn't going anywhere. One thing to consider though is that although it has a socket, it doesn't in fact provide 360 degrees of versatility. The screw in the socket that keeps the bar in place screws INto the bar, not just ONto it to jam it into place. So basically, you have two options for how to place the bar within the socket, and then two options for how to place the sockets themselves, and so all in all there are 4 angles for how to setup the bar, not 365 degree versatility as you might think. if you place the sockets vertically, the bar lines up vertically and isn't comfortable IMO. The best way to set it up would be to place the sockets horizontally, that way the bar is horizontal, which will give you a better angle that is more comfortable on the wrists. All this is to say that you might have to rearrange the crossbars on your rack, as I had to on my RML-3, to allow for the pull-up bar sockets to be placed horizontally.
Date published: 2020-12-19
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