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Length- 84 inches / 214 cm
Weight - 44 lb â€“ 20kg
Diameter - 28.5 mm
Capacity - 1500 lb
Center Knurling 10 cm / 4 inches
Shaft is black zinc plated & ends are raw finish
UPS ground will be the cheapest choice in the USA
We must get this signed and returned before your bar can be shipped
Since 1980, Buddy Capps of Irving, TX, has been manufacturing the Texas Power Bar which has become the most popular all-purpose powerlifting bar in the USA for both training and competition
Texas Power Bars
Manufactured by Buddy Capps since 1980
Timeline of a few accomplishments and places the Texas Power Bars have been successful.
From the beginning:
•1981 Senior Nationals
•1983 Teenage and Collegiate Nationals
•1984 High School Nationals, Women's Nationals, Junior Worlds
World Powerlifting Championships
•2010-2011 United States ????
•2012 Argentina ????
•2013 Finland ????
•2014 Australia ????
•2015 United States ????
•2016 Russia ????
•2017 Argentina ????
American Powerlifting Championships
•Thousands of state, national, international and world records.
•1985 Fred Hatfield 1002lb Squat
•2007 Charles Bailey 1102lb Squat
•2016 Tiny Meeker 1102lb Bench Press
•2017 Joseph Pena 1025lb Squat at Texas High School championships.
•1994 Mark Hanlon and 8X Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman pulled 1200lb deadlift with the Texas Power Bar.
•The Texas Power Bar, Texas Deadlift Bar and Texas Squat Bar are the official powerlifting bars of the American Powerlifting Committee.
•The Texas Power Bars are the official bars in 54 nations with the Global Powerlifting Alliance for raw powerlifting and the International Powerlifting Organization for equipped powerlifting.
Junior high, High School, Colleges, Gyms, Clubs, YMCA's, local powerlifting meets, state meets, world championships, pro football, pro baseball, home gyms. From your neighbors garage to the highest end facilities around the globe we are there and have been for the last 37 years.
The Texas Power Bar
The most popular powerlifting bar in the world.
***USA Sports/Troy Barbell is not a Texas Power