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commercial gym equipment for sale
a good friends gym went out of business local here in ny

im trying to help him out and sell some pcs

all pcs were serviced before the gym went out of business

all prices are OBO/NEG (MAKE OFFERS!!!) he need them gone asap so he doesnt have to pay storage on them .

i can help with delivery i have a truck/trailer....

350---ICARIAN-shoulderpress/military press bench with spotters platform
350---ICARIAN-hanging leg lift/dip station
1200--FREEMOTION-quads (75lb selectable stack)
1200--FREEMOTION-hamstrings (75lb selectable stack)
350---LIFE FITNESS-plate loaded ab crunch bench
1200--LIFE FITNESS-pec dec/rear delts with adustable arms and weight stack
320---CYBEX-seated plate loaded calf station
150---roman chair
350---decline bench

this is over 12-14k of retail prices... someone is going to get a great deal here

LOTS of pics avail just ask and ill post them

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