York Cable Crossover | STS
The York Barbell STS Cable Crossover comes in your choice of a white or silver powder coat paint finish. It offers adjustable hi/low pulleys to help produce a multitude of exercise variations, from functional work to traditional cable exercises.
Each weight stack weighs in at 200 lbs. and this unit comes standard with a center pull up bar that also offers a unique pronated gripping option.
This York Cable Cross features heavy-duty 11-gauge steel construction with a protective powder coat finish in your choice of white or silver. Self-lubricating fiberglass reinforce pulleys and rugged 4200 lb. tensile strength cables keep this unit operating trouble-free in tough gym settings.
This commercial cable crossover is ideal for just about any workout setting, such as high school weight rooms, personal training studios, wellness centers and professional fitness centers.
- Heavy Gauge Steel Frame
- Durable Powder Coat Baked On Paint Finish
- 2:1 Weight/Resistance Ratio
- Frame Color: Choice of White or Silver
- Cable Columns: Polished Chrome
- Adjustable Hi/Low Pulleys
- Pulleys: Fiberglass Reinforced, Self-Lubricating Sealed Bearings
- Pull Up Bar Included
- Cable Tensile Strength: 4200 lbs
- Cable Pull Length: 87"
- Weight Stack Travel: 43.5"
- Aircraft Quality Cables
- Inside pulley to pulley from mounting hardware: 82"
- (2) Weight Stacks: 200 lbs Each
- Dimensions: 135.75"Long x 36"Wide x 92"High
- Unit Weight: 1010 lbs
- Assembly Required
- Commercial Grade
- Frame: 5 Years
- Bushings/Bearings: 5 Years
- Parts/Hardware: 1 Year
- Ships: Freight Carrier
- Leaves Warehouse: 3-5 Business Days (Estimated)
- Average Delivery from Order Date: 6-10 Business Days (Estimated)
- Shipping Cost to Lower 48 United States: $0.00
Single cable handles sold separately.
We purchased this along with York's STS Lat Pull Down and Leg Press for our new home gym. This is a solid piece of commercial grade equipment. I was impressed with the quality from the minute we opened the first box. The hardest part of the assembly was trying to figure out the cable routing, other than that it is a breeze to assemble.