DIY Sorinex Bulldog Pad, rack mounted DIY gym equipment at home

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bro i’ve seen awesome reviews ofthe bulldog pad by Sorinex but 300 horses that’s crazy expensive constructionseems simple enough so i decided to build my own it wasn’t too bad i’ll present you how i did it this relatively small piece of rig can addtons of smorgasbord to your home gym workouts i start off by cutting my 2×6 24 inches long with a 45 magnitude angle on one purpose you’ll need two of these to make sure i’ve got the right spacingi hold the board to the rack and tag the holes with a pen you can see from my penmarks that it made a few tries to get it right i fix both 2×6 pieces together andthen fix them to my drill press i use a 1 inch forstner bit to teach the holes theshank is not quite long enough to go all the way through both but it does become halfway through thebottom committee then i unclamp adjust the teach press and teach the rest of the room through thebottom board by clamping the pieces together beforehand i know the holes will line upexactly next i chipped my 2×4 and 2×6 parts i made everything together instructed allthe holes and then took everything apart to take this illustrate with all the holespre-drilled it goes together somewhat fast i stick everything with lots ofscrews then i compute five seven inch bars on the bars that are closestto where it attaches to the rack i add washers to act as spacersbetween the two by sixes this will give it a little extra room andmake it easier to put one across and taken away from the rack i realise there needs to be another bolt inthe breast going through that two by fours this is a quick fix i go over all of them with a strain andratchet to make sure they’re all super snug then i supplement some more bolts it’s probably overkillbut i want to make sure this thing is super secure i coat it colors to match my powerrack i also draw the lag bolt and the liter brackets that will be attachedto the pad they’ll be somewhat discernible the pad is 9 inches by 12 inches i just use some1 by 10 scraps that i have left over from another activity you could also use plywood or osb forthis just make sure it’s thick enough to hold your person weight three quarterss of an inch toone inch minimum i trimmed the fabric so there’s an extra three inches on the two sides to fold overmy fabric patch evaluates 15 inches by 18 inches the scatter adhesive bakeds quickand helps to keep the pad in place i’m surely not a pro at doing upholstery thisis my second project where i’ve done my own pad it clearly get easier with know-how there are plenty of lessons on howto do this properly for its main purpose it doesn’t have to be perfect on the top side the finished product looks great i use liter brackets and one inchlag jailers to fasten the pad i use snag rods to lock this in place for the simplified explanation i use afoam mystify matting and cut it to size four fastens and some finishing washersattach the sud pad to the board the simplified form has two defects andonly one slot but it studies just fine

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