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I recently ordered the dumbbell holder for the Echelon Sport. When I received it, it was missing the bolts, I contacted them, they sent me bolts but they don't fit. I contacted them again, and they sent me the dumbbell holder again without bolts. I have tried the different bolts on the bike to see if any fit so I could take to the store and get some. No luck, none fit. Does anyone know what size bolts it uses?

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I recently ordered the dumbbell holder for the Echelon Sport. When I received it, it was missing the bolts, I contacted them, they sent me bolts but they don't fit. I contacted them again, and they sent me the dumbbell holder again without bolts. I have tried the different bolts on the bike to see if any fit so I could take to the store and get some. No luck, none fit. Does anyone know what size bolts it uses?

Thanks,
Annette
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Sounds like it's just easier and faster to spend 60¢ at Home Depot. Bring the bracket there so you can match it with a bolt that works.
 

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Another rider suggested this dumbbell holder
(from Etsy as well), seems to work the same but costing less than half of the other one:

 

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When your training calls for heavy lifting, the weight rack is the perfect complement to your barbell (and sometimes your bench). When your workout doesn't require it, the standing rack holds your barbell just below shoulder height, allowing you to skip the step of clearing the weight from the ground. When executing moderate-to-heavy barbell exercises that don't need a clean, you'll want to have a weight rack on hand. If you're going heavy, moves like squats (front squats, back squats, overhead squats), overhead presses (strict presses, push presses, jerks), and bench press should be done with a weight rack.
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