Rogue RM-4 Fortis Rack

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.9
17 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.

Rogue RM-4 Fortis Rack

★★★★★
★★★★★
4.9
17 Reviews
Made in U.S.A.
CA$1,366.00
Ships in 14-30 Days
Product Description
Gear Specs
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Product Description

The versatile, American-made RM-4 Fortis power rack features the same 3x3" 11 gauge steel construction and 1" hardware as the standard Monster Series, but with fully welded panels in a satin black finish. The holes are spaced 2" on center up and down the front and back of each 90" upright, and one Monster Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar comes standard. These features—along with the reduction in hardware and shipping created by the full panel welding—makes the Fortis a top quality power rack at a budget price.

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Rogue RM-4 Fortis Rack

The versatile, American-made RM-4 Fortis power rack features the same 3x3" 11 gauge steel construction and 1" hardware as the standard Monster Series, but with fully welded panels in a satin black finish. The holes are spaced 2" on center up and down the front and back of each 90" upright, and one Monster Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar comes standard. These features—along with the reduction in hardware and shipping created by the full panel welding—makes the Fortis a top quality power rack at a budget price.

Both the 43" depth RM-4 Fortis rack and the more compact 30" depth RM-3 Fortis are manufactured in the USA, and ship with a set each of Monster J-cups, Pin/Pipe Safeties, and Band Pegs. Every pin position on the uprights and the bottom crossmembers is identified with a laser cut number, allowing an easy visual when setting J-cups and safeties to identical heights. A wide range of other compatible, Monster accessories are also available.

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Gear Specs

Specifications

  • Made in the USA
  • 3x3" 11 gauge steel uprights with laser-cut numbering
  • Fully Welded Panels in satin black finish
  • Height: 90"
  • Inside Depth: 43”
  • Footprint: 53" x 53"
  • 1" hardware
  • Ships standard with (2) Rogue Monster 1.5" Wrenches
  • [1] Monster Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar
  • [2] Monster standard J-cups
  • [2] Monster 43" Pin/Pipe Safeties
  • [4] Monster Band Pegs
  • Unit Should Be Bolted to the Floor
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Gear Specs

BrandRogue Fitness
ColorBlack
Made In USAYes
Length49"
Width49"
Height90"
Foot Print53" x 53"
Steel Notes3x3" 11 gauge steel
Other Product SpecsIncludes (1) XM-431 Single Pull-up Bar
Monster CompatibleYes

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Reviews

1 - 8 of 17 Reviews
DirtyIrishDude
Oregon
★★★★★
★★★★★
4 months ago
Sturdy
This thing is worth every cent, went together very easy. I haven’t even bolted it down yet, just set it on a rubber mat and it doesn’t move at all. Even when throwing around 405. 10/10 would recommend.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
hgutier
Texas
★★★★★
★★★★★
8 months ago
Amazing rack!
I purchased my rack about 3 years ago and extremely pleased. I did receive mine with minor cosmetic issues from shipping but it didn’t bother me none. One issue I do have is that I’m quite tall and I’m always hitting the top of rack while performing overhead presses. No big deal I just do them outside. I do recommend to bolt down the rack and make ABSOLUTELY sure where you want to bolt down the rack because it is very difficult to move this to a different location even with 2 people. My other recommendation is upgrading those pin and pipe safeties, they will damage your expensive bar. Maybe contacting rogue if you can upgrade the safeties by paying the difference if they allow it. I threw mine away to replace them with the straps. Lastly you might also want to upgrade the jcups for the same reason. If you keep going back to view this rack, don’t think about it and just get it, you won’t be disappointed especially for the price.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
SteveR
So Cal
★★★★★
★★★★★
1 year ago
Two racks in one
When I bought this rack nearly two years ago it was for occasional use because I was training in a gym. Since last March my wife and I have been training together in the garage. The depth of this rack makes it perfect for training with a partner. It will easily accommodate two loaded barbells at the same time inside the rack. With an extra pair of hooks two people can squat or bench heavy inside the rack or set up on the outside front or back. It does take up more space than a 24" or 30" depth rack but for us it is doing the work of two racks in a lot less space and for a lot less money. The more we train on this rack the more we love it. I hope Rogue will start making these again soon for all the training partners out there.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
SteveB
Corpus Christi, TX
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★★★★★
1 year ago
Sturdy, Excellent Quality. Great Value
I've used a lot of power racks over the years. Its pretty safe to say when I had a gym membership that I would typically spend all my time on one. They are such a versatile piece of equipment. I bought this rack about 4 years ago, and its by far the best value for the money. However, if I had it to do over again I would buy the more expensive modular design. The one limitation that's a real downer is the height. I'm a big person" tall "with really long arms and when doing standing overhead presses I make contact with the frame while inside the rack. Its not a huge deal;I can do them from the outside, but I wish it was something I had thought about before buying it. Also, I have had to move this thing several times by myself, moving the sides can be a pain. Having something that would breakdown a little further would have been nice. Also looking back you can buy the add on for the half rack with additional storage later when you figure out how much more convenient it would be. My suggestion go ahead and spend the extra $ for the additional nice to haves.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
JJStrongman
Oklahoma City
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★★★★★
1 year ago
The Best Rack
This is the best rack I've ever used anywhere, and it's in my own garage. It's probably sturdier than the bolt together versions, and it's cheaper. It is solid when not bolted to the floor, but do yourself a favor and bolt it to the floor. If anyone has an engineering background they will tell you closed torsional sections are much stronger than open ones, and bolting the rack down is essentially closing the the rack. It becomes a lot more rigid and stable when bolted. I used screw-in concrete anchors, a hammer drill with a masonry bit, and an impact wrench.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Tornadoes
Tiffin,ohio
★★★★★
★★★★★
2 years ago
Awesome
I think Everyone should have one of these!!!!!!!!!
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Beto7
California
★★★★★
★★★★★
2 years ago
Awesome rack
I bought this 3 months ago it arrived in perfect condition. I like the finish and that it has the sides numbered very useful. I got the spotter arms instead of the pin pipe. It’s a great purchase for my garage gym. Rogue always has quality items and their customer service is 11/10.
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
Bmstylee
Maple Heights, Ohio
★★★★★
★★★★★
2 years ago
Bargain in the Rogue lineup
I debated on what rack to buy for over a year. Rogue, Elite FTS, and Sorinex. I shopped them all online. I bought the Fortis. Best bang for the buck hands down. It's well built. Built like a tank would be an understatement. Finish as a general rule was nice. I few little bubbles but nothing major. Not something to concern myself with. The Rogue decal wasn't on straight. Again I don't care since it's cosmetic. Fit was spot on. I assembled it myself in about 45 minutes. Pickup was easy. It was ready when I got to Rogue HQ. They got it into my truck with no issue and I was on my way home. A good experience no doubt. I do have some suggestions for the rack: 1. Skip the pin safeties. Biggest waste. They make good weight at the bottom of the rack where they currently reside. I did one set with them and I went in and bought the safety straps. I wish I could have traded them and customer service would probably allow the swap at order. It may cost a few bucks but I wouldn't have ballast at the bottom of my rack. 2. I also added a crossmember to the rack as a stabilizer. I don't have it bolted down as it is stable but it should be bolted down. If you plan to do band work or dynamic pull-ups it's imperative. 3. Go find a socket to fit the massive bolt. The wrenches you get with the rack while nice are a literal pain in the hand. Sharp edges on the parts you grab. It's a great rack plain and simple. If you want the benefits of what a Monster Rack brings it's is a steal. If you don't need custom colors this is a good way to go. The only issue I see for some is that it is welded and not bolt together. Mine is in a garage so I didn't have to worry but but if you are trying to put in your house it could present challenges maneuvering it around.
Yes, I recommend this product
Originally posted on roguefitness.com
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