A Good Chest-Supported Row Machine For Home Gym

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    Mike Dixey
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    Good morning Joe,
    I’m wondering what would be a good Chest-Supported Row machine to look for for my home gym? Not looking to break the bank, but, something that will really hit my upper back well to throw in with my 1-Arm half-kneeling Pulldowns and Deadlift variation on my Pull Day. I’ve been using a set-up with facing my incline bench and using my Elite FTS American Press Bar, but, wondering if I can be doing something better for my upper back? Thanks so much for your time.

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    BryceBahm
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    #112656
    Mike Dixey
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    Thank you Bryce. While I appreciate your insights, $3000+ is not in the cards. I am looking for something more in the $500-$1200 range used. Would love something more towards the $5-600 range so that I could also get a Cable station as well. Any ideas for something in that range?

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    Josh Landers
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    Thank you Bryce. While I appreciate your insights, $3000+ is not in the cards. I am looking for something more in the $500-$1200 range used. Would love something more towards the $5-600 range so that I could also get a Cable station as well. Any ideas for something in that range?

    As a home gym dude, I would say look at Titan. Their plate loaded row is next on my list and it’s a bargain. Some folks shit on Titan but I’ve got a few of their pieces and no complaints.

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    Mike Dixey
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    Thanks Josh. I was actually looking at that one too. Might be the one I go with. Appreciate the help.

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