Power Rack Attachments & Compatibility – Master List

You get a hold of a great power rack, but then you find out that the company doesn’t make the attachments that you want.

No problem! You should be able to find a compatible attachment, as long as your rack is made with one of a few standard configurations.

The key specs are:

  1. The tubing size of the uprights, typically one of: 2″x2″,  2″x3″, or 3″x3″. All 2″x3″ racks have the 3″ sides oriented the same direction.
  2. The hole diameter in the uprights. Attachments need to have the same size pegs, ie: 1″, 5/8″, etc.

Attachments can also fit in slightly larger holes. For example, Rogue R-3 attachments with 5/8″ (0.63″) pegs can fit into the Titan X-3’s 11/16″ (0.69″) holes. An extra 1/16″ of slop shouldn’t be a big safety issue, but you can be the judge.

That’s basically it! The steel gauge (thickness) does not matter, considering most racks are 11 or 12 gauge steel, and we’re not doing an air-tight fit.

You could still run into two problems:

  1. Poorly welded attachments. This can happen. If you’re stoked to get those new crazy cheap J-hooks and your heart falls into your stomach as you find it doesn’t fit very snugly, well, it probably fits the same on that manufacturer’s own rack. Attachments as a rule don’t fit perfectly snug, but better brands like Rogue have the highest and most consistent quality. One reason why they’re the highest priced.
  2. Special attachments that utilize two holes in each upright, such that the hole spacing is critical. We’re not including those.

List of Power Rack Attachments by Size

Not listed here are complex attachments that will not fit any other racks. These include lat attachments, any attachments that mount on the top or bottom crossmembers, and any attachments that use more than 1 hole in the upright and therefore depend on exact hole spacing. To complicate that, some racks have “Westside” hole spacing that changes at different heights.

For a lat pulldown / low row cable system that works on almost any power rack, see the well-designed Spud Inc Pulley System.


2″x2″ Tubing, 1″ Holes

(Powerline PPR200X, Best Fitness BFPR100, Valor BD-7 & BD-33,
Titan T-2, Amstaff DF1161A & TP006D, Rep Fitness
PR-1000, PR-1050 & PR-1100)
Rep Dip Attachment  $50.00
Rep J-Cups Pair $39.00
Valor Dip Handles MB-A    $59.00
Valor 12″ Safety Arms MB-F    $65.00
Valor Premium Bar Holders MB-E $45.00
Valor 7.5″ Plate Storage Post $34.00
Titan Safety Straps Pair $74.95
^^ These straps will fit a rack with about 26″ inside depth.
Titan Plate Holders Pair $17.60
Titan Dip Bars Pair $43.99
Titan J-Hooks Pair $26.40
Titan Padded J-Hooks Pair $39.16


2″x2″ Tubing, 11/16″ Holes

(Titan X-2)
Titan Dip Bars Pair $36.95
Titan Safety Straps Pair $74.95

^^ These straps will fit a rack with about 24″ inside depth.

Titan Y-Dip Attachment $57.95
Titan Sandwich J-Hooks Pair $54.95
Titan Plate Holders Pair $24.95
Titan Padded J-Hooks Pair $34.95

Also, the Titan T-3 Multi Grip Pull Up Bar and the Titan T-3 
Landmine Attachment
are compatible with the Titan X-2
racks (thanks TJ!).


2″x2″ Tubing, 1/2″ Holes

(Rogue Echo & ES-1 & Wall Mount)
Rogue Echo J Cups $45.00


 2.5″x2.5″ Tubing, 1″ Holes

(Valor BD-11 & BD-41, Amstaff TR023 & TR025 &
SD1050, Powertec P-PR)
Valor 12″ Safety Arms MB-H $65.00
Valor Premium Bar Holders MB-G $45.00
Valor Dip Handles MB-B $59.00


2″x3″ Tubing, 11/16″ (0.68″) Holes 

(Titan T-3 & T-6)

Titan Dip Bars Pair   $43.12
Titan Landmine $26.40
Titan Plate Storage Pair $18.04



2″x3″ Tubing, 5/8″ (0.63″) Holes

(Rogue R-3 & Infinity, FringeSport Kip Cage,
Rep Fitness PR-3000)

(these will fit the 0.68″ holes on the Titan T-3 & T-6,
with a little slop)

Rep Strap Safeties $79.00
^^ These straps will fit a rack with about a 36″ inside depth.
Rep Dip Attachment $89.00
Rep 17.5″ Safety Spotters Pair $89.00
Fringe 24″ Safety Spotters Pair $99.00
Rogue Infinity Safety Straps Pair $180-
^^ Straps fit rack with 24″, 30″, or 43″ inside depth
Rogue J Cups Pair $65.00
Rogue Matador $83.49
Rogue Landmine $95.00
Rogue Plate Storage $28.25
Note on Rep Fitness attachments: Rep’s 3000 Series of
racks actually have 80mm x 50mm tubing, which is 1.97″ x
3.15″ instead of 2″x3″. Therefore their attachments will be a
bit larger, and other brands of attachments will be slightly
too small to fit on Rep 3000 series racks. This does not
apply to Rep’s other series of racks such as the 1000 and
5000 series, which are sized in inches like others.



2″x3″ Tubing, 1/2″ Holes

 (BodyCraft F430)
BodyCraft J-Hooks   $70.00 



3″x3″ Tubing, 1″ Holes

(Rogue Monster, Vulcan Strength Racks, Ethos Power Rack,
Amstaff 370, Rep Fitness PR-5000 & CPR1)
Rep Strap Safeties Pair $179.00
^^ These straps will fit a rack with about 30″ inside depth.
Rep Dip Attachment $99.00
Rep Sandwich J Cups Pair $99.00
Rep Landmine Attachment $49.00
Rogue Monster Safety Straps $180-
^^ Straps made to fit rack with 24″, 30″, or 43″ inside depth
Rogue Monster J-Cups Pair $115.00
Rogue Monster Sandwich J Cups Pair  $225.00
Rogue 24″ Monster Safety Spotters Pair $270.00
Rogue Monster Matador    $140.00
Rogue 12.5″ Monster Plate Storage Pin $52.50
Rogue 13″ Monster Plate Storage Channel $95.00
Rogue Monster Landmine $118.00
Rogue Monater Leg Roller $64.50
Vulcan 12″ Plate Holder $50.00
Vulcan Dip Attachment $124.00
Vulcan 24″ Spotter Arms Pair $130.00


3″x3″ Tubing, 5/8″ (0.63″) Holes

(Rogue Monster Lite)
Rogue Monster Lite Safety Straps Pair $180-
^^ Straps made to fit rack with 24″, 30″, or 43″ inside depth
Rogue Monster Lite J-Cups Pair $79.50
Rogue Monster Lite Sandwich J-Cups Pair $125.00
Rogue 24″ Monster Lite Safety Spotters Pair $162.75
Rogue Monster Lite Matador    $86.75
Rogue Monster Lite Storage Channel Pair $58.50
Rogue Monster Lite Landmine $95.00
Rogue Monster Lite Kids’ Pull Up Bar $58.50
Rogue Monster Lite Leg Roller $75.00


3″x3″ Tubing, 3/4″ (0.75″) Holes

(American Barbell racks)
American Barbell Dip Bar $250.00


3″x3″ Tubing, 11/16″ (0.68″) Holes

(Titan X-3)

Titan Padded J Hooks $43.56
 Titan Dip Bars $53.92


About the Author:

David Kiesling
David founded Adamant Barbell in 2007 and Two Rep Cave in 2018. Lately he spends his free time practicing archery and hang gliding.


  1. Peter April 1, 2018 at 5:03 am - Reply

    Thanks for putting this information together. I have a Powertec rack, the square tube size measures 2 3/8″ x 2 3/8″. Is this considered a standard 2″ x 2″? I am looking at the Titan T-2 accessories and trying to make sure they will fit before purchasing. Thanks.

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling April 1, 2018 at 5:40 pm

      I’ll correct that. The Powertec tubing is more like 2.5″ x 2.5″ as you say. The attachments for that size are very limited.
      Also, Powertec is probably metric at 60mm / 2.36″. The American vs metric sizes are a complication that I haven’t addressed yet. But you can generally ignore the small difference and assume any attachment made for 2.5″ x 2.5″ will fit over the outside well.

  2. Za March 27, 2018 at 4:58 pm - Reply

    New add for you, rep just added strap safeties for 2×3

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling March 27, 2018 at 9:23 pm

      Cool, I’ll get it added, thanks!

  3. Prakash March 3, 2018 at 12:16 pm - Reply

    I have a Sorinex power rack, which I repped from CL. Sorin standard HOLE size is 1 inch and 1/16 to mm, which of these brand accessories can I buy that would be 100% compatible with Sorinex power rack hole dimensions.

    PS: Sorinex power rack attachments & accessories are out of my budget and I am looking to add from any other brand, (1) Y Dip assist, (2) landmine attachment (3) Safety spotters pair / Saftey arms.

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling March 3, 2018 at 3:43 pm

      So you’re saying the hole size is 1 1/16?” What do you mean about the mm?
      What is the tubing size?

    • Prakash March 3, 2018 at 4:22 pm

      David, Thanks for your prompt reply, Yes – I was meaning to say hole size is 1 1/16 (this as per Reflex fitness who built Sorinex racks in the past).

      Tubing size: 2″X3″ TUBING

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling March 4, 2018 at 6:32 am

      You could use most attachments that are for 1 inch holes and they would just be a little bit loose, which is fine depending on the attachment. The problem here is I don’t know of any other racks with 1 inch holes that use 2 x 3 tubing.

    • Prakash March 3, 2018 at 4:23 pm

      Hole size: 1 1/16 inches

    • Prakash March 3, 2018 at 4:35 pm

      My setup & rack pics if it helps identify what Sorin rack this is? https://imgur.com/a/BoGBt

    • Prakash March 4, 2018 at 7:36 am

      Hi David, It was my bad, the uprights are 3″ x 3″ with a hole size 1 1/16″, can you please advice on the attachment compatibility.

      Cheers and thanks in advance.

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling March 4, 2018 at 1:50 pm

      See the section above for 3×3 tubing and 1″ holes. The holes will be a little large, so it could wiggle or hang forward, depending on what attachment it is.

  4. Dave February 25, 2018 at 8:12 pm - Reply
    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling February 26, 2018 at 8:07 am

      Thanks Dave! I will add it to the list. It’s great to see more companies doing the strap safeties. Big improvement over traditional steel safeties, IMO. Maybe they aren’t as easy to trust at first as steel, but they all appear to be made well and I haven’t heard of any failing.

  5. Za February 22, 2018 at 5:34 am - Reply

    Useful article, thanks. I don’t see the Rep PR-3000 storage posts, land mine and safety spotters listed as compatible with the R3 but would assume they are based on the numbers.

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling February 22, 2018 at 8:55 am

      Hi Za,
      The Rep safety spotters will work. I will add that to the list. Thanks!
      The Rep storage posts needs hole spacing on the outside edge of the uprights that doesn’t match the R-3.
      The Rep landmine attaches to a gusset plate that the R-3 doesn’t have.

  6. TJ January 25, 2018 at 10:08 am - Reply

    The Titan X-2 is 2”x2” with 11/16 holes. One thing that I know that’s compatible is the T-3 multi-grip pull-up bar because I have it. One thing I think that’s compatible is the T-3 landmine attachment because it goes through the 2” side of the bar.

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling January 26, 2018 at 10:31 am

      Thanks TJ! I have added a section for the X-2 accessories and added your note about the T-3 pull up bar and landmine. The landmine ought to fit just fine!
      I need to add some more brands of racks to this list. Any suggestions?

    • TJ January 26, 2018 at 7:03 pm

      I actually found this blog because someone referred to it on the subreddit r/homegym. I think posting this question on that subreddit would get you a ton of the information you’re looking for. I’m not very good at the Internet so just to be clear, r/homegym is a forum on reddit.com.

  7. George Munoz January 11, 2018 at 12:26 pm - Reply

    Hello, I was wondering if having 5/8 attachments for a 1 inch hole power rack would be a problem? I would want the titan fitness t3 weight holders for my 2×3 power rack, but wondering if I should worry about that.

    • David Kiesling
      David Kiesling January 11, 2018 at 12:43 pm

      Hi George,
      I’m visualizing how those particular weight holders would fit into larger holes, and I think it would cause the weight holder to hang off the rack a little, pointing the peg down a little instead of straight out at 90 degrees, and that wouldn’t be good. I could be wrong, but that’s how I’m visualizing it.
      Some other attachments like J-hooks can work fine in larger holes, because the barbell puts the torque force front to back, and the bracket covers the front and back side to prevent front to back movement. The weight holders sticking out a side aren’t supported by the brackets in the right direction to prevent wobble when the holes are too big.
      Kind of hard to explain, but I hope that makes sense.

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