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jastrain

g0ld3nuncw wrote:
The Torso pulldown is one that has eluded me. Had a chance to get one for $75 a couple of years ago, didn't get it done and haven't seen a good deal on one since. That one looks really cool.


which torso arm pulldown were you gonna buy for $75.00 1st, 2nd, 3rd, gen, next gen.


my favorite torso arm is the 3rd gen,, that was the last model that arthur jones himself had his hands in on the design---> before he sold nautilus and started medx.

the torso arm 3 is basically the same design as the medx torso arm--the only difference is that medx has a lighter stack and uses kevlar belt instead of the bike chain and sprockets [this is because medx was originally to be used as rehab equipment and didn't need to be too heavy.

the torso arm 3 is the best pulldown machine on the market for bodybuilding/strength training.

the machine is smooth because it uses heavy duty ball bearings quality instead of bushings..

75 bucks is a steal!!! it sold new for close to 2gs its1
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AndyMitch

Now you're just showing off
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

A guy had one for sale with a double chest about 2 hours from me. I couldn't make it on the Sat. he wanted me to come and when I called him back to try and go the next week it was gone. Regretted it ever since.
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

BTW it was a 1st generation with the mustache bar. Figured I would come across another one but havent seen one in driving range since
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Spidercam

Tack a wee look, this wid hae ti be ma rarest wan



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jn6047

Spider cam, that is one of he coolest machines I've ever seen, and since it's the first time I've seen one I think you get the prize for rarest machine, unless someone here has an infimetric chest.

jn6047
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ac01

As requested here is an infirmetric chest

regards

Anthony
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ac01

and another close up of the infirmetric chest

regards

Anthony
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jn6047

Is the bench adjustable on the infimetric chest? It kind of looks like you can incline/decline it.

jn6047
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Spidercam

jn6047 wrote:
Spider cam, that is one of he coolest machines I've ever seen, and since it's the first time I've seen one I think you get the prize for rarest machine, unless someone here has an infimetric chest.

jn6047


It's taller than normal to accommodate the chain travel on the top sprockets giving two leg action and single leg action.
An infimetric bar fitted to it would be interesting.
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Spidercam

ac01 wrote:
Hi all

Picture of Omni shoulder, anyone got one of an omni chest.

Regards

Anthony


Good one ac01

Proper Man vs Machine that thing.
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AndyMitch

Excellent!
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robinn3403

ac01 wrote:
As requested here is an infirmetric chest

regards

Anthony


I want it!! :)
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ac01

Hi
Yes the bar moves up and down the lower frame to adjust the bench to decline or incline
Regards
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

Bump. I want to see what else is out there.

Michael
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robinn3403

SGP wrote:
another view


Best bicep machine known to mankind! Back in 1978 this was the machine I first used at the Asheville (nc) Raquet club. What "crunch" on the bicep!! The had full line of double machines and the old compound Triceps. Right before I left they got one of the newest machine then, the "clam shell" abdominal. Nice crunch there as well! But of course they got rid of "old" stuff for the bigger and better (not) equipment.
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frostyF

Arkansas, USA

Not too rare,but I have a Nautilus leverage double press.Sit upright for bench press,lay the seat back down and flip the movement arm over for overhead press.I got it for $200.
Leon
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natemason5

Ontario, CAN

ac01 wrote:
As requested here is an infirmetric chest

regards

Anthony


Where's the resistance? That thing is crazy!

Nate
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robinn3403

natemason5 wrote:
ac01 wrote:
As requested here is an infirmetric chest

regards

Anthony

Where's the resistance? That thing is crazy!

Nate


YOU are the resistance! You work one arm / pec against the other. Would love to have one of those!!
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Spidercam wrote:
Tack a wee look, this wid hae ti be ma rarest wan



http://i1113.photobucket.com/...tr/IMG_3276.jpg


http://i1113.photobucket.com/...tr/IMG_3279.jpg


http://i1113.photobucket.com/...tr/IMG_3283.jpg


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http://i1113.photobucket.com/...293.jpg


Holy S**t that's awesome

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Spidercam

Hi Andrew

A good friend and i had to drive 1100+ miles round trip to get it.
It is taller than normal to accommodate the sprocket travel with the function of single leg action.
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

Spidercam wrote:
Hi Andrew

A good friend and i had to drive 1100+ miles round trip to get it.
It is taller than normal to accommodate the sprocket travel with the function of single leg action.


I think I was worth it, didn't even know this existed!

Regards,
Andrew

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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

Wanted to share this with some of the forum members. Two Omni Shoulder presses with an Omni Chest Press. To my knowledge it doesn't get much rarer then this.

Michael
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Wow. Never even knew those existed. Cool
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?
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