XMark Lat Pulldown and Low Row Cable Machine XM-7618

June 1, 2016 - Comment

The XMark Lat Pull-down and Low Row Cable Machine XM-7618 targets the upper back, shoulders and arms. The XMark XM-7618 is uses 11-gauge 2″ x 3″ steel, nylon coated aircraft quality cables, extra-thick 3″ Dura craft cushion, a flip-up footplate for use with the low row bar and two 14″ chrome Olympic sleeve adaptors. Also

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The XMark Lat Pull-down and Low Row Cable Machine XM-7618 targets the upper back, shoulders and arms. The XMark XM-7618 is uses 11-gauge 2″ x 3″ steel, nylon coated aircraft quality cables, extra-thick 3″ Dura craft cushion, a flip-up footplate for use with the low row bar and two 14″ chrome Olympic sleeve adaptors. Also included is tear resistant Dura guard vinyl, skid-resistant feet and a baked powder coat finish. Included are bars for lat pull downs, low rows, bicep curls, tricep presses and shrugs. Optional machine attachments and bars are available from XMark. Features: • Chrome plated lat pull-down bar and low row bar • Nylon coated, aircraft quality (2200 lb. test) cables • Heavy duty 11-gauge 2″ x 3″ construction • High and low pulley stations • For use with Olympic or standard weight plates • Chrome plated Olympic adapter sleeves included • Extra-thick 3″ Dura craft cushion • Tear resistant Dura guard vinyl • Oversized 4.33″ vinyl covered thigh pads with chrome end caps • Textured rubber hand grips • Flip-up diamond foot plate • Baked powder coat finish • Bolted on, skid resistant feet • 400 lb. maximum load capacity • Dimensions: 56.7″L x 48″W x 82.7″H

Product Features

  • High and low pulley stations
  • 400 lb. maximum load capacity
  • For use with standard or Olympic plate weights
  • 11-gauge steel mainframe construction with scratch resistant powder coat finish
  • Optional cable machine attachments and bars are available from Xmark

Comments

JJ says:

Wouldn’t send it BACK! Hahaha…Get it? Rows and pulldowns are for the back?Hahaha…Tough crowd. Let me preface by saying that I’ve been lifting weights regularly for the last 10 years. I am hard on equipment and expect a lot out of the pieces I buy. Especially when I pay a good deal for them. I’ve had a few injuries in the last year that have limited some of the heavy movements I love so much and as such I’m relying more on machines to make up the difference. The most recent in my home-gym is the XMark Fitness Commercial Lat Pulldown and Low Row Machine (XM-7618).I’ve…

Jason says:

Solid Budget Machine I’ve had this machine now for over two months. I’ll keep it short and simple with just the meat and potatoes of this thing. The vertical post does shift back and forth, as well as the seat post. The gauge of the tubing is not heavy enough to just crank the bolts down. If you crank the bolts down, the square tubing will just deform. I threw wood shims under the seat post. To remedy the large post shifting back and fourth, I simply put more slack in the cable, so when the weight stack hits…

James B. says:

Awesome for the price! Aside from a few small hiccups, this was a great purchase!The machine comes into two boxes which may be delivered on different days (mine did), so don’t let that freak you out. The bolts, nuts, and other small parts are contained in plastic glued to one piece of cardboard so you can easily identify each part and should make assembly that much easier. Mine had come apart somewhere in the process and there were loose parts all over the bottom of the box. Fortunately, all parts were…

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