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Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)

Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)

Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
Body-Solid Powerline Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX)
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Features

  • Comprehensive home workout machine for total-body strength training
  • Combines Body-Solid Home Gym (P2X) and Leg Press (PLPX) with 2: 1 weight ratio
  • Low, mid, and high pulleys offer a virtually endless number of full-body exercises
  • Powered by a 160-pound alloy Weight stack and can be upgraded to 210 pounds (SP50, sold separately)
  • Measures 71 by 66 by 83 inches (L x w x H) with a weight of 483. 5 pounds
  • Includes 10-year manufacturer's ; ships in 7 boxes

Description

Enjoy comprehensive full-body workouts at home with the Power line by Body-Solid Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX). Combining the Body-Solid Home Gym (P2X) and Leg Press (PLPX), this versatile home workout machine offers a virtually endless number of exercises for the legs, arms, chest, and back. The combination of an ergonomically correct press arm and a functional training arm let you enjoy traditional exercises as well as functional training in a single, compact machine. Switch between multi-press arms exercises, lat pulldowns, ab crunches, seated rows, leg extensions and curls, and leg presses with a 2: 1 weight ratio for total-body strength training. This home workout equipment is biomechanically engineered for full range of motion with low, mid, and high pulleys that swivel to adjust a variety of different exercises for smooth, consistent resistance. The machine is powered by a 160-pound alloy weight stack, and can be upgraded to 210 pounds with the optional SP50 weight stack (sold separately). When assembled, the Power line by Body-Solid Home Gym with Leg Press measures 71 by 66 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 483. 5 pounds. It is backed by the Power line 10-Year In-Home , which covers the frame for 10 years and all other parts for one year.


Product Dimensions: 71 x 66 x 83 inches


Shipping Weight: 391 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B003XNE58O


Item model number: P2LPX


Customer Reviews: 3.4 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,946 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #221 in Exercise & Fitness Home Gyms


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Features

  • Comprehensive home workout machine for total-body strength training
  • Combines Body-Solid Home Gym (P2X) and Leg Press (PLPX) with 2: 1 weight ratio
  • Low, mid, and high pulleys offer a virtually endless number of full-body exercises
  • Powered by a 160-pound alloy Weight stack and can be upgraded to 210 pounds (SP50, sold separately)
  • Measures 71 by 66 by 83 inches (L x w x H) with a weight of 483. 5 pounds
  • Includes 10-year manufacturer's ; ships in 7 boxes

Description

Enjoy comprehensive full-body workouts at home with the Power line by Body-Solid Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX). Combining the Body-Solid Home Gym (P2X) and Leg Press (PLPX), this versatile home workout machine offers a virtually endless number of exercises for the legs, arms, chest, and back. The combination of an ergonomically correct press arm and a functional training arm let you enjoy traditional exercises as well as functional training in a single, compact machine. Switch between multi-press arms exercises, lat pulldowns, ab crunches, seated rows, leg extensions and curls, and leg presses with a 2: 1 weight ratio for total-body strength training. This home workout equipment is biomechanically engineered for full range of motion with low, mid, and high pulleys that swivel to adjust a variety of different exercises for smooth, consistent resistance. The machine is powered by a 160-pound alloy weight stack, and can be upgraded to 210 pounds with the optional SP50 weight stack (sold separately). When assembled, the Power line by Body-Solid Home Gym with Leg Press measures 71 by 66 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 483. 5 pounds. It is backed by the Power line 10-Year In-Home , which covers the frame for 10 years and all other parts for one year.


Product Dimensions: 71 x 66 x 83 inches


Shipping Weight: 391 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B003XNE58O


Item model number: P2LPX


Customer Reviews: 3.4 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,946 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #221 in Exercise & Fitness Home Gyms


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Comprehensive home workout machine for total-body strength training
  • Combines Body-Solid Home Gym (P2X) and Leg Press (PLPX) with 2: 1 weight ratio
  • Low, mid, and high pulleys offer a virtually endless number of full-body exercises
  • Powered by a 160-pound alloy Weight stack and can be upgraded to 210 pounds (SP50, sold separately)
  • Measures 71 by 66 by 83 inches (L x w x H) with a weight of 483. 5 pounds
  • Includes 10-year manufacturer's ; ships in 7 boxes

Description

Enjoy comprehensive full-body workouts at home with the Power line by Body-Solid Home Gym with Leg Press (P2LPX). Combining the Body-Solid Home Gym (P2X) and Leg Press (PLPX), this versatile home workout machine offers a virtually endless number of exercises for the legs, arms, chest, and back. The combination of an ergonomically correct press arm and a functional training arm let you enjoy traditional exercises as well as functional training in a single, compact machine. Switch between multi-press arms exercises, lat pulldowns, ab crunches, seated rows, leg extensions and curls, and leg presses with a 2: 1 weight ratio for total-body strength training. This home workout equipment is biomechanically engineered for full range of motion with low, mid, and high pulleys that swivel to adjust a variety of different exercises for smooth, consistent resistance. The machine is powered by a 160-pound alloy weight stack, and can be upgraded to 210 pounds with the optional SP50 weight stack (sold separately). When assembled, the Power line by Body-Solid Home Gym with Leg Press measures 71 by 66 by 83 inches (L x W x H) and weighs 483. 5 pounds. It is backed by the Power line 10-Year In-Home , which covers the frame for 10 years and all other parts for one year.


Product Dimensions: 71 x 66 x 83 inches


Shipping Weight: 391 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.


ASIN: B003XNE58O


Item model number: P2LPX


Customer Reviews: 3.4 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,946 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #221 in Exercise & Fitness Home Gyms


abunda_amazon_reviews Pros: Fairly good instruction manual for construction. Manual for leg press, however, isn't as clear and has some errors. Parts are clearly labeled. Exercises for almost all key areas while taking up a relatively small amount of floor space. Smooth motion with a minimal amount of noise. Cons: No manual on how to use the machine! There are no details in the user manual and only about eight or ten images on their website for exercises. This is a huge negative. The machine I replaced (flood loss) even came with a VHS 15 years ago. The welds could have been done more cleanly. Not as stable as I had hoped. The fly arm is ridiculously close to the seat for the leg press. Short people beware. I'm 5-10 and the fly arm is about 3 inches from hitting me. No details on where to lubricate or approved lubricants despite recommendations in the user manual to do so. Prepare for at least 4-6 hours to set up if you are technically adept, longer if not. You will need some assistance at several points. Add another hour or two if you get the leg press. UPDATE: I had to lower my rating. As I have used the gym more, I've run into more problems. The fly arm actually hits my right shoulder when I'm using the leg press. I have to rotate it up to avoid getting bruised. Making the attachment bar six or eight inches longer would have avoided this problem. Didn't anyone at the manufacturer test the equipment? The legs need to be wider. I added shims under a couple of the legs to minimize some of the back-and-forth wobble, but that didn't completely solve the wobble. I have the unit on a flat, level surface with thin, durable carpet tiles. An engineer needs to be fired.;;August 23, 2015;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Better options out there;;MonkeyPull;;;Overall I'm very happy with this purchase. Yes this gym is fairly involved to assemble, but if you take your time it's not that hard. I was able to open the boxes and carry the large frame parts to my second story loft. I assembled it myself following the directions in 5 approx. 1-2 hour sessions. If you have the right tools and have reasonable mechanical aptitude you can do this. If not get help of course. The gym works as expected, although like others I did notice the "function training arm" does encroach on the leg press. I could work around it ok (5' 8", 180 lbs) but larger people may have trouble with it. I experienced two minor problems. 1) The chromed metal pipes that the foam (leg) rollers slide onto had burrs on the inside diameters at the ends. Tapping in the plastic end-caps caused them to bind up tight and two broke. Body solid promptly sent me two more end-caps. I reamed and smoothed the burrs out, and slightly reduced the end-cap insert diameters, and they went in fine. 2) I have the gym sitting on short berber carpet instead of a hard flat surface. A 110mm pulley for the lower cable (item C4) rubbed on the carpet and added resistance when using the low cable. Body Solid promptly sent me a new pulley, but unfortunately another 110mm instead of the 90mm I requested. Not to worry, I simply looked over the pulleys and found that I could swap the C4 110mm pulley with a 90mm pulley (item A9). The 110mm pulley in the A9 location worked just fine, and the 90mm pulley in the C4 spot cleared the carpet. Every station functions well, due to a very solid frame and well engineered design.;;October 29, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Overall I'm very happy with this purchase;;Garey G.;;;I think I could write a novel about my ordeal with this order but I'll try to keep it short. The product listed by Amazon and the product translation to WSports store (transacted and shipped and problems resolved by OJCommerce) were two different products. I purchased the P2X (this item on this review) and WSports and OJCommerce interpreted the item as a P1X and not even the P1X with the leg extension. Someone linked the two incorrectly between Amazon and their storefront. I didn't realize this until the product arrived (16 days after the predicted date and about 23 days after the purchase). WSports/OJCommerce had the P1X shipped from the manufacturer, Body Solid. They did their job and had it out in a day or two. It sat in a freight warehouse on a pallet according to the tracking system for about 2 weeks during which time I emailed WSports/OJCommerce a few times. I'd get an email and a call here and there - they were trying to get the freight company to send it over (about 30 minutes away). The freight company eventually subbed out the shipping to another company and it arrived missing one box. OJCommerce put me in touch with Body Solid who quickly resolved which box was missing and shipped it FedEx. That's when I realized I received the wrong gym. But after examining the differences and after dealing with this nightmare transaction, I decided to keep it. I actually paid the P1X price after researching it a bit further so I'm not out any money. As at least one other person noted, the alignment of the leg extension to the frame is off significantly. The leg extension is angled a bit to one side. It's not that noticeable using the extension but it does cause a misalignment for the lower pulley and cable. The cable tends to come off the pulley and is a hassle to stop, pull the weight pin and get it back aligned before using the lower pulley cable. I took up all the slack in the pulley cable but it still slips off due to the misalignment. This can't be fixed without cutting metal since it's in a weld. I have not contacted the seller nor the manufacturer because it would require a new frame and that means several hours of my time to disassemble and reassemble the gym. No thanks. Assembly is time consuming and could have been greatly improved if someone with some technical writing skills took some time to revise that horrible manual. The text and drawings are photocopies and are small. The landscape on the page would allow for them to be much larger. There are also many errors in the part number references. Parts are contained in bags, unlabeled, or on multiple cards. Expect to spend 5-12 hours on assembly depending upon whether you have help and how skilled you are. I used a cordless impact due to all the nylon lock nuts and it took me about 5 hours (no leg extension). I've been using this for about 4 weeks now and noticed today that the upper arms are also misaligned slightly to the seat. This hasn't caused any issues but is another indicator of the lack of quality control in the manufacturing process. The paint is another area of concern. The parts were packed well and nothing rubbed/scratched during shipping but I have noticed a few areas where the paint is thin and the metal is bare. The gym is not in a humid area but I'll need to cover it soon to prevent any rusting. The padding is sufficient in the seats and the rollers. I lift heavy using the leg extension and haven't felt the steel bar, yet. There are no squeaks and the frame is solid. I bought the extra 50lb weight stack and everything moves smoothly with the full weight. The seat and back slide up and down and in and out. This is accomplished by pulling a spring-loaded pin. The assembly does bind somewhat. I have no issues slightly unscrewing the pin system to loosen it but my family grumble about how it isn't smooth. I expect this will last years. I would have given it better reviews if it weren't for the, probably, outsourced manufacturing with low standards for quality control.;;July 12, 2014;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid but room for improvements!;;R. Freeze

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By MonkeyPull - August 23, 2015
Better options out there
Pros: Fairly good instruction manual for construction. Manual for leg press, however, isn't as clear and has some errors. Parts are clearly labeled. Exercises for almost all key areas while taking up a relatively small amount of floor space. Smooth motion with a minimal amount of noise. Cons: No manual on how to use the machine! There are no details in the user manual and only about eight or ten images on their website for exercises. This is a huge negative. The machine I replaced (flood loss) even came with a VHS 15 years ago. The welds could have been done more cleanly. Not as stable as I had hoped. The fly arm is ridiculously close to the seat for the leg press. Short people beware. I'm 5-10 and the fly arm is about 3 inches from hitting me. No details on where to lubricate or approved lubricants despite recommendations in the user manual to do so. Prepare for at least 4-6 hours to set up if you are technically adept, longer if not. You will need some assistance at several points. Add another hour or two if you get the leg press. UPDATE: I had to lower my rating. As I have used the gym more, I've run into more problems. The fly arm actually hits my right shoulder when I'm using the leg press. I have to rotate it up to avoid getting bruised. Making the attachment bar six or eight inches longer would have avoided this problem. Didn't anyone at the manufacturer test the equipment? The legs need to be wider. I added shims under a couple of the legs to minimize some of the back-and-forth wobble, but that didn't completely solve the wobble. I have the unit on a flat, level surface with thin, durable carpet tiles. An engineer needs to be fired.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Garey G. - October 29, 2017
Overall I'm very happy with this purchase
Overall I'm very happy with this purchase. Yes this gym is fairly involved to assemble, but if you take your time it's not that hard. I was able to open the boxes and carry the large frame parts to my second story loft. I assembled it myself following the directions in 5 approx. 1-2 hour sessions. If you have the right tools and have reasonable mechanical aptitude you can do this. If not get help of course. The gym works as expected, although like others I did notice the "function training arm" does encroach on the leg press. I could work around it ok (5' 8", 180 lbs) but larger people may have trouble with it. I experienced two minor problems. 1) The chromed metal pipes that the foam (leg) rollers slide onto had burrs on the inside diameters at the ends. Tapping in the plastic end-caps caused them to bind up tight and two broke. Body solid promptly sent me two more end-caps. I reamed and smoothed the burrs out, and slightly reduced the end-cap insert diameters, and they went in fine. 2) I have the gym sitting on short berber carpet instead of a hard flat surface. A 110mm pulley for the lower cable (item C4) rubbed on the carpet and added resistance when using the low cable. Body Solid promptly sent me a new pulley, but unfortunately another 110mm instead of the 90mm I requested. Not to worry, I simply looked over the pulleys and found that I could swap the C4 110mm pulley with a 90mm pulley (item A9). The 110mm pulley in the A9 location worked just fine, and the 90mm pulley in the C4 spot cleared the carpet. Every station functions well, due to a very solid frame and well engineered design.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Freeze - July 12, 2014
Solid but room for improvements!
I think I could write a novel about my ordeal with this order but I'll try to keep it short. The product listed by Amazon and the product translation to WSports store (transacted and shipped and problems resolved by OJCommerce) were two different products. I purchased the P2X (this item on this review) and WSports and OJCommerce interpreted the item as a P1X and not even the P1X with the leg extension. Someone linked the two incorrectly between Amazon and their storefront. I didn't realize this until the product arrived (16 days after the predicted date and about 23 days after the purchase). WSports/OJCommerce had the P1X shipped from the manufacturer, Body Solid. They did their job and had it out in a day or two. It sat in a freight warehouse on a pallet according to the tracking system for about 2 weeks during which time I emailed WSports/OJCommerce a few times. I'd get an email and a call here and there - they were trying to get the freight company to send it over (about 30 minutes away). The freight company eventually subbed out the shipping to another company and it arrived missing one box. OJCommerce put me in touch with Body Solid who quickly resolved which box was missing and shipped it FedEx. That's when I realized I received the wrong gym. But after examining the differences and after dealing with this nightmare transaction, I decided to keep it. I actually paid the P1X price after researching it a bit further so I'm not out any money. As at least one other person noted, the alignment of the leg extension to the frame is off significantly. The leg extension is angled a bit to one side. It's not that noticeable using the extension but it does cause a misalignment for the lower pulley and cable. The cable tends to come off the pulley and is a hassle to stop, pull the weight pin and get it back aligned before using the lower pulley cable. I took up all the slack in the pulley cable but it still slips off due to the misalignment. This can't be fixed without cutting metal since it's in a weld. I have not contacted the seller nor the manufacturer because it would require a new frame and that means several hours of my time to disassemble and reassemble the gym. No thanks. Assembly is time consuming and could have been greatly improved if someone with some technical writing skills took some time to revise that horrible manual. The text and drawings are photocopies and are small. The landscape on the page would allow for them to be much larger. There are also many errors in the part number references. Parts are contained in bags, unlabeled, or on multiple cards. Expect to spend 5-12 hours on assembly depending upon whether you have help and how skilled you are. I used a cordless impact due to all the nylon lock nuts and it took me about 5 hours (no leg extension). I've been using this for about 4 weeks now and noticed today that the upper arms are also misaligned slightly to the seat. This hasn't caused any issues but is another indicator of the lack of quality control in the manufacturing process. The paint is another area of concern. The parts were packed well and nothing rubbed/scratched during shipping but I have noticed a few areas where the paint is thin and the metal is bare. The gym is not in a humid area but I'll need to cover it soon to prevent any rusting. The padding is sufficient in the seats and the rollers. I lift heavy using the leg extension and haven't felt the steel bar, yet. There are no squeaks and the frame is solid. I bought the extra 50lb weight stack and everything moves smoothly with the full weight. The seat and back slide up and down and in and out. This is accomplished by pulling a spring-loaded pin. The assembly does bind somewhat. I have no issues slightly unscrewing the pin system to loosen it but my family grumble about how it isn't smooth. I expect this will last years. I would have given it better reviews if it weren't for the, probably, outsourced manufacturing with low standards for quality control.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By MonkeyPull - August 23, 2015
Better options out there
Pros: Fairly good instruction manual for construction. Manual for leg press, however, isn't as clear and has some errors. Parts are clearly labeled. Exercises for almost all key areas while taking up a relatively small amount of floor space. Smooth motion with a minimal amount of noise. Cons: No manual on how to use the machine! There are no details in the user manual and only about eight or ten images on their website for exercises. This is a huge negative. The machine I replaced (flood loss) even came with a VHS 15 years ago. The welds could have been done more cleanly. Not as stable as I had hoped. The fly arm is ridiculously close to the seat for the leg press. Short people beware. I'm 5-10 and the fly arm is about 3 inches from hitting me. No details on where to lubricate or approved lubricants despite recommendations in the user manual to do so. Prepare for at least 4-6 hours to set up if you are technically adept, longer if not. You will need some assistance at several points. Add another hour or two if you get the leg press. UPDATE: I had to lower my rating. As I have used the gym more, I've run into more problems. The fly arm actually hits my right shoulder when I'm using the leg press. I have to rotate it up to avoid getting bruised. Making the attachment bar six or eight inches longer would have avoided this problem. Didn't anyone at the manufacturer test the equipment? The legs need to be wider. I added shims under a couple of the legs to minimize some of the back-and-forth wobble, but that didn't completely solve the wobble. I have the unit on a flat, level surface with thin, durable carpet tiles. An engineer needs to be fired.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Garey G. - October 29, 2017
Overall I'm very happy with this purchase
Overall I'm very happy with this purchase. Yes this gym is fairly involved to assemble, but if you take your time it's not that hard. I was able to open the boxes and carry the large frame parts to my second story loft. I assembled it myself following the directions in 5 approx. 1-2 hour sessions. If you have the right tools and have reasonable mechanical aptitude you can do this. If not get help of course. The gym works as expected, although like others I did notice the "function training arm" does encroach on the leg press. I could work around it ok (5' 8", 180 lbs) but larger people may have trouble with it. I experienced two minor problems. 1) The chromed metal pipes that the foam (leg) rollers slide onto had burrs on the inside diameters at the ends. Tapping in the plastic end-caps caused them to bind up tight and two broke. Body solid promptly sent me two more end-caps. I reamed and smoothed the burrs out, and slightly reduced the end-cap insert diameters, and they went in fine. 2) I have the gym sitting on short berber carpet instead of a hard flat surface. A 110mm pulley for the lower cable (item C4) rubbed on the carpet and added resistance when using the low cable. Body Solid promptly sent me a new pulley, but unfortunately another 110mm instead of the 90mm I requested. Not to worry, I simply looked over the pulleys and found that I could swap the C4 110mm pulley with a 90mm pulley (item A9). The 110mm pulley in the A9 location worked just fine, and the 90mm pulley in the C4 spot cleared the carpet. Every station functions well, due to a very solid frame and well engineered design.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By R. Freeze - July 12, 2014
Solid but room for improvements!
I think I could write a novel about my ordeal with this order but I'll try to keep it short. The product listed by Amazon and the product translation to WSports store (transacted and shipped and problems resolved by OJCommerce) were two different products. I purchased the P2X (this item on this review) and WSports and OJCommerce interpreted the item as a P1X and not even the P1X with the leg extension. Someone linked the two incorrectly between Amazon and their storefront. I didn't realize this until the product arrived (16 days after the predicted date and about 23 days after the purchase). WSports/OJCommerce had the P1X shipped from the manufacturer, Body Solid. They did their job and had it out in a day or two. It sat in a freight warehouse on a pallet according to the tracking system for about 2 weeks during which time I emailed WSports/OJCommerce a few times. I'd get an email and a call here and there - they were trying to get the freight company to send it over (about 30 minutes away). The freight company eventually subbed out the shipping to another company and it arrived missing one box. OJCommerce put me in touch with Body Solid who quickly resolved which box was missing and shipped it FedEx. That's when I realized I received the wrong gym. But after examining the differences and after dealing with this nightmare transaction, I decided to keep it. I actually paid the P1X price after researching it a bit further so I'm not out any money. As at least one other person noted, the alignment of the leg extension to the frame is off significantly. The leg extension is angled a bit to one side. It's not that noticeable using the extension but it does cause a misalignment for the lower pulley and cable. The cable tends to come off the pulley and is a hassle to stop, pull the weight pin and get it back aligned before using the lower pulley cable. I took up all the slack in the pulley cable but it still slips off due to the misalignment. This can't be fixed without cutting metal since it's in a weld. I have not contacted the seller nor the manufacturer because it would require a new frame and that means several hours of my time to disassemble and reassemble the gym. No thanks. Assembly is time consuming and could have been greatly improved if someone with some technical writing skills took some time to revise that horrible manual. The text and drawings are photocopies and are small. The landscape on the page would allow for them to be much larger. There are also many errors in the part number references. Parts are contained in bags, unlabeled, or on multiple cards. Expect to spend 5-12 hours on assembly depending upon whether you have help and how skilled you are. I used a cordless impact due to all the nylon lock nuts and it took me about 5 hours (no leg extension). I've been using this for about 4 weeks now and noticed today that the upper arms are also misaligned slightly to the seat. This hasn't caused any issues but is another indicator of the lack of quality control in the manufacturing process. The paint is another area of concern. The parts were packed well and nothing rubbed/scratched during shipping but I have noticed a few areas where the paint is thin and the metal is bare. The gym is not in a humid area but I'll need to cover it soon to prevent any rusting. The padding is sufficient in the seats and the rollers. I lift heavy using the leg extension and haven't felt the steel bar, yet. There are no squeaks and the frame is solid. I bought the extra 50lb weight stack and everything moves smoothly with the full weight. The seat and back slide up and down and in and out. This is accomplished by pulling a spring-loaded pin. The assembly does bind somewhat. I have no issues slightly unscrewing the pin system to loosen it but my family grumble about how it isn't smooth. I expect this will last years. I would have given it better reviews if it weren't for the, probably, outsourced manufacturing with low standards for quality control.