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crusher d

Anyone have any info on the Nautilus for the home line? I just recently got a leg extension/leg curl and really like it. Was wondering when the line was produced, and what pieces were produced in the line.
thanks,
John




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2phat

I have seen several home machines on ebay including an abdominal, rotary torso, and what appears to be an infimetric hip and back and biceps curl. Sorry, but have never used any or have any specific info...
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dhartnet

New Hampshire, USA

1984 I believe is when that "for the home" line came out.

I recently picked up a bicep/tricep "for the home" combo. Need to replace the pad where the arms rest (hard vinyl that split in a couple places), anyone know of any sources?
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