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I have built 3 pull-up bar rigs to date. These have ranged from modest to huge super structures meant to accommodate over 40 people. Each of the bars was built using the same basic, easy to work with materials. With
In the initial post in this series I showed you the three pull up bars I’ve built previously. Today I’d like to review the materials used to construct these bars. As I eluded to in the first post, the materials list is surprisingly simple.
This is part 3 in the build your own pull up rig series. You can find part 1 – the overview here and part two on materials here. Tools of the Trade There are relatively few tools required to form your