available for the Flat Foot model. Monster racks also have the heavy-duty add-ons that are not available on lesser racks; including monolifts, safety straps, drop-ins, and more. In terms of accessories, all standard Monster Lite accessories work with the 490C, and they look pretty badass too since the accessories are typically black and match the hardware. Its slow and horrible to use, and you will probably upgrade sooner rather than later to spotter arms, straps, or drop-ins. It even ships with two Monster wrenches for quick assembly. Finally, the Valor BD-11 lacks Westside (1) hole spacing. Assuming that you dont already have an SML Squat Stand, the HR-2 sells for 655 for the 92 high rack and 725 for the 108 high rack. At the end of the day this is a decent deal, and it has enough build-in features that you dont have to worry about accessory upgrades. You'll love how the miniature puffs dance around the ankles, playing up your favorite shoes. See my review of this rack here.
It has 14 different rack positions and it comes with spotter arms so you can still bench with this rack, but Ill bet you need to be fairly strict as the spotters are shorter than what youd find on a true rack. The RM-390 Flat Foot is for those who cannot anchor their rack down for some reason but still want a slim and beefy power rack. On the left is the SML-3 Squat infinito's pizza coupons Stand, on the right is the HR-2 Half Rack. Its basically an imported variation of the HR-2 that Ill discuss next. Power Rack vs Squat Stands.