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How much space do you need for a RipRow?

How much space do you need for a RipRow?

I was wondering if you have dimensions for the RipRow that you could share? The room I would like to put it in is relatively small and the ceilings have pipes that may cause issues depending on where I put it. Want to make sure it will work before I make the leap!

Dave W

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Dave!

Thanks for reaching out.

The RipRow base is 2 feet wide x 3 feet long. When you’re using the machine, you’ll need about 18 inches in front of you to allow the handlebars to move. So the resting footprint is 2 x 3 feet, and the working footprint is 2 by 4.5 feet.

The top of the deck is 7 inches off the ground. If you add 7 inches to your height, that's how much headroom you need. 

You can store the RipRow on its side leaning against a wall. In this case, the footprint is about 2 x 2 feet. 

You can use the quick-release kit to break the RipRow down even smaller.

Rip(Row) it up!

Lee

 

 

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