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All our bars carry a lifetime warranty against any manufacturing defect. Warranty against bending does not cover any bar which has been damaged due to negligent or faulty use, alteration, maintenance, storage, or handling by the user. Negligent or faulty use includes abusive dropping of the bar (i.e., dropping the bar on a box, bench, spotter arms or pins in a power rack, excessive dropping with insufficient or damaged plates, excessive dropping with iron plates, excessive dropping on concrete or similar surfaces, and similar usage). Any specific issues regarding a Kabuki Strength product with which a customer is not satisfied will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
What are the dimensions of the Kadillac Bar during shipping?
The Kadillac Bar package is 42 x 9 x 11 inches and weighs 50lb 4 oz/23kg.
Does the second generation bar differ from the 1st?
Yes. The center 'X' was moved to the base of the bar, so it now touches the athlete's chest when in use. The sleeve design was changed from 3 bolt to 4 bolt. There is no difference in the performance of the bar or the maximum load capacity.
What is the max load? I'm trying to convince our client that this is a better route than other products.
The Kadillac Bar has been load rated/tested up to 850 lbs.
I have swelling in my left AC joint. Bench press with a straight bar is precarious. Pressing with my elbows inward at all causes pain. Is the kadillac bar appropriate for my issue?
Close grip bench, or benching with elbows-in on a straight bar can create a fair amount of torque in the wrist elbow and shoulder, further exacerbating issues and/or pain. Two benefits of the Kadillac Bar in relation to this issue are; 1. The specific width and angle of the handles place the wrist, elbow and shoulder in a better biomechanical position. 2. The specific curved angle of the bar, not only increases the range of motion, but more importantly helps retract and depress the scapula into a superior position for pressing mechanics. We find that a lot of our customers have less pain in multiple areas, while pressing with this bar allowing them to not only feel better, but to get stronger in safer positions.
Can you perform Incline and Decline presses with this? Doesn’t seem like it’s possible? Only Bench Press?
You absolutely can perform incline and decline press with the Kadillac Bar. It's also amazing for skull crushers, curls and rows.
Can the kadillac bar be used for bent over rows or does it want to “flip over” like the duffalo bar?
The Kadillac Bar and the Duffalo Bar are both amazing for bent-over rows. However, the Duffalo Bar does require substantially more grip strength in rowing movements. Therefore, if you find it challenging but love the ergonomic position that the bar puts your shoulders in, you will love the Kadillac Bar for all movements including bent-over rows. Not only does it have 3 different grip widths, but because of the neutral angle, it will not challenge wrist or forearm strength to the level that the Duffalo Bar will.
Cambered to the same angle as Kabuki’s Duffalo Bar, the Kadillac Bar is a specialty neutral grip / football bar that enables a full range of motion, with convenient rackability on any standard power rack.
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