This is a relatively inexpensive power rack that gets decent reviews.
Right now it's around $350, sometimes with free shipping and it's available here.
Assembly tips by Amazon reviewer "Hiker":
This is a nice rack for us non-supermen that aren't moving stacks of 45's every day. I would have no fear putting 300 to 500 pounds on it, but if I were lifting much more than that, I'd probably shop for a stronger rack (maybe one day). Anyway, since there aren't really any instructions (just an exploded drawing) I'll offer my suggestions on assembly.
The way I assembled it was to put the bottom 3 pieces together first (put the feet and plastic parts on now), then add the rear uprights, then the top back piece, then a front upright and top side piece, repeat for other side, then chin bar.
Snug the bolts at first then tighten them all when it's all assembled. Get them good and tight but don't over tighten because the tubing will start to bend in with a lot of force. You'll need two 3/4" wrenches (a socket wrench and spanner work best). This worked well for me doing it by myself and took about 45 minutes including opening the boxes and laying out the parts.
This rack comes in 3 boxes and can be shipped via a regular carrier. This might be nice to know for those who don't live where a freight carrier can easily get to you. Anyway, this rack, a bench, and a 300 pound olympic weight set can take you a long way. Add some dumbbells and you'll have a nice little home gym.
No major complaint. The 2 lift-offs and 2 safety rods are painted. When slid through the cage holes, paint peels from them every time. Not a big deal, but they should've been left unpainted.
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