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Rogue RML-690 Power Rack

Rogue RML-690 Power Rack
€1,675.00 €2,026.75 Incl. Tax
Concrete Anchor Kit
€30.50 €36.91 Incl. Tax

Includes (18) concrete anchors.

SAML-24 Monster Lite Safety Spotter Arms (Pair)
€192.50 €232.93 Incl. Tax

RML-690 Monster Lite Rack

A unique hybrid of the Rogue R-6 Power Rack and the RM-6 Monster Rack, the RML-690 is built for the serious, nose-to-the-grindstone strength training facility—be it at the high school, college, or pro level.

We’ve designed the RML-690 with full compatibility across the Rogue Monster Lite line, making it among the most durable and customizable power racks on the market. The unit’s 3x3” 11-gauge steel uprights feature Westside hole spacing, with the same 5/8” bolts and fasteners as our Infinity Series. A pair of Monster Lite J-Cups, pin/pipe safeties, and a four-pack of band pegs are included standard, as are eight convenient bumper plate storage posts. The RML-690 set-up also comes with both the 43” Fat/Skinny Pull-Up Bar and 43” Single Skinny Pull-Up Bar.

Whether bolted to the ground or not, the RML-690 Monster Lite Rack can function as a weight room’s evolving centerpiece, with a broad range of custom height, depth, crossmember, and accessory options. Use the order form to the right or contact us at [email protected] to start building a RML-690 that fits your gym’s needs.

RML-690 Monster Lite Rack Specifications:

  • Made in Columbus, OH, USA
  • 3x3” 11-gauge steel tubing
  • Standard Height: 90”
  • Standard Footprint: 80” x 53”
  • Westside Hole Spacing: 1’ through bench and clean pull zone, 2” above and below
  • Does Not Need to be Bolted to Floor

See Also: Rogue's Entire Catalog of Power Racks

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Product Weight 530lbs
Length 76"
Width 49"
Height 90 3/8"
Other Product Specs Includes (1) 43" Fat/Skinny Pull-up Bar and (1) 43" Single Skinny Pull-up Bar
Steel Notes 3 x 3" 11-Gauge Steel, Westside Hole Spacing
Foot Print 80" x 53"
Rogue RML-690 Power Rack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from BANGARANG Quality! Easy to put together. I am happy with the purchase! Definitely need to add a few extras although usage from delivery perfect!
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Happy Love this rack. Had to wait to set it up because bolts shipped separate from rest of the parts. Also, 3 plastic caps were missing from plate storage bars. Overall it is perfect for our garage.
Date published: 2017-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Monster Lite rack The rack is solid, and well put together. Purchased along with numerous other items.
Date published: 2017-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great so far Great rack, i'd recommend it to anyone. Only thing I dislike on it is the pin pipe safeties. I suspect I'll upgrade at some point in the future to the straps or drop down safeties.
Date published: 2017-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We are Humbled We received the monster-lite (ML) recently. Set up/assembly was so easy it was just silly. I was able to finish comfortably in 2 hours with minimal help. Actually my wife and 5 yr old held thigs up while I bolted them together. Everything is perfectly straight and lines up precisely. We have been using our ML now for a week and it’s clear we are going to need time to grow into this architectural marvel. There are so many options and possibilities, creating a religious format will take time. I have built several gyms over the past 2 decades and if I was to fabricate one from scratch, this is exactly what I’d come up with. Versatility and accessories are seemingly unlimited with holes drilled practically everywhere on the frame yet not compromising sturdiness. Since the introduction of this gym into our lives we are designing new workout strategies and cycles we were unable to employ before due to gym limitations. Basically everything about our workouts is changing but our ability to continue with the oldies are still available. We can go as heavy as we want or spice it up with a customized cross-fit application, changes that are welcome and long overdue. Safety in our gym is of the utmost importance and this monster has the structural integrity to make even the most safety conscious individual, yours truly, feel very much at ease. Everything about this animal is bulky, solid, and sturdy. There’s plenty of storage for all our plates which is huge. As you probably already know extra weight trees are pricey and take up way too much precious space. This beast is the real deal. My only regret so far is I waited too long to get serious and order one. We are truly humbled by this dream gym, and to the makers and designers…Dily Dily!!!
Date published: 2017-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Re: Pin Pipe Safety Damage I have been using the RML-690 for a month. I am worried that the pipes might rust over time and break since I do Above Knee Rack Pulls for my Upper Trapezius. Also, it ruined the knurling for my Barbell when I slid the bar by accident instead of rolling the bar. I had to result to using 2 towels to cover them. If Rogue can make a Monster Lite Version of the Flip Down Safeties without compromising the durability, that would be great. I am more worried about the Pine Pipe Safeties and hope that you would at least make them more durable by coating the outside of the pipes with strong plastic or rubber. Over all the rack itself is mighty strong.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid, well designed I've never owned Rogue equipment before. After much deliberation and consideration of competitors, I pulled the trigger and purchased the RML-690, the land mine attachment, and the dip attachment. Shipping took longer than expected, it was about three weeks before it arrived. But I have to say I was really impressed (giddy like a school girl?) when I started unpacking everything. First of all, Rogue does an awesome job packaging its equipment. I've ordered from places like Rep Fitness and Fringe Sport, and their packaging, while mostly adequate, leaves a lot to be desired. Rogue on the other hand ensures equipment arrives in perfect condition. Secondly, I was really happy with the quality of the product while I started to unpack. Viewing it on the website doesn't do it justice. This stuff is hefty, thick, beautifully powder coated and the welds are exceptional. I had to unpack literally everything before I found the assembly instructions, which is a single sheet of paper in the bolt box. Upon looking at the instructions I was a bit intimidated due to the number of connections, but it turns out to be really simple--it's all just the same bolts and washers with exception of four that are 5" long that attach the cross members/uprights of the plate storage rack to the power rack. I would advise having help assembling this beast. I did t myself and it was a challenge. It's difficult to shuffle the pieces around while assembling the two halves of the power rack with the pull up bar and fat/skinny bar. As impressed as I was with the power rack itself, I was no less impressed with the dip attachment (massive!) and the safety spotter arms. Both were well constructed and a fair amount bigger than I had anticipated. A couple of negatives as far as I'm concerned. First, I ordered the safety spotter arms so I could squat in the rack and do heavy bench presses using the spotter arms outside the rack. I lift alone and wanted the peace of mind knowing when I go for heavy singles I won't snuff my life out by dropping the bar on my chest, thus allowing my wife to spend out her days with the pool guy on a beach in the Caribbean. Unfortunately due to the pipe and pin configuration in the power rack, the options for the spotter arms are greatly limited. While I worked out a configuration that works for me to some extent, I can see shorter or taller lifters encountering a conundrum should they also desire to use the safeties as I have. Also the pipe/pin safeties are a bit of a pain to both adjust and align. Because of the Westside spacing I found myself repeatedly counting the number of holes from a reference point to ensure both sides were aligned. I would recommend the upgrade to either the straps or the more expensive safeties. Also the holes aren't numbered so aligning the holes for either the J cups or spotter arms could potentially be problematic. My solution was to find the sweet spot, them mark the appropriate holes with chalk for easy reference. Additionally, due to the bolts attaching the cross members in the front part of the main power rack, I've found that I can't use the spotter arms for rack pulls below the knees. The lowest I can get the supports are about 21" off the ground (which puts the bar right about my middle/upper knee, I'm 5'10). Also, no fault of Rogue, I had hoped to be able to use the dip attachment while also having the bench/squat station set up. No dice. There is just not enough room. Overall, this is an awesome product and I would recommend it to anyone. I will definitely be ordering from Rogue from here on out. Thanks Rogue for making an awesome product that we can all be proud of calling American made.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pin Pipe Saftey Damage I have been using the RML-690 for a month. I am worried that the pipes might rust over time and break since I do Above Knee Rack Pulls for Traps. Also it ruined the knurling for my Barbbell when I slide it by accident instead of rolling the bar. I had to result to using 2 towels to cover them. If Rogue can make a Monster Lite Version of the Flip Down Safties with compromising the durability, that would be great. Over all the Rack itself is very durable. I am more worried about the Pine Pipe Safties.
Date published: 2017-03-26
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