Wall Mounted Cable Machine Dual-Pulley Station for Home
The Valor Fitness BD-62 Wall Mount Cable Station is a machine every home needs. It’s a versatile, space saver that provides the opportunity to incorporate strength training with the use of a cable system in your home or commercial gym.
BD-62 Wall Mount Cable Station Features & Benefits:
- SPACE SAVER: This wall mount cable station is versatile, space saver provides the opportunity to incorporate strength training with the use of a cable system in your home or commercial gym.
- DUAL PULLEY SYSTEMS: Huge variety of workout options and positions. The machine comes with 16 adjustment positions to allow the user to perform a wide range of bilateral and unilateral exercises.
- DOUBLE BAR TRACK: Easy and smooth use. The double bar track provides stability and allows the plate loaded carriage system to glide smoothly along the tracks, supplying the perfect amount of resistance.
- WALL MOUNT: The BD-62 attaches to the wall at the top and bottom for added support and stability and to ensure the unit stays in place while in use. If you would prefer to not attach a machine, check out the BD-61 Cable Station for a machine you will not need to mount into the wall. This would be a better fit.
- INCLUDES STRAP HANDLES: Two, comfortable, easy to grab, single strap handles are included in the purchase and can be adjusted to 5 positions depending on your preference in comfort or exercise.
- HOLDS STANDARD OR OLYMPIC PLATES: The BD-62 holds Standard Plates but is commonly used with Olympic Plates as shown in photos. Can be used in combination with our EX-10 Olympic Adapter Sleeve (sold separately) to better secure Olympic Plates.
ADDITIONAL: The BD-62 wall mount cable station includes a bracket to create a single anchor point for attachments. The BD-62 measures 80” tall and must be mounted to the wall. The ratio is approximately 1 to 1. Max weight load of 200 lb.
|SKU||Product Name||Shipping Weight (lbs)||Box Length (in)||Box Width (in)||Box Height (in)||Assembled Dimensions (LxWxH in inches)|
|BD-62||Wall mount cable station||62||80||10||6||25x24.5x80|
This machine can be used to perform bicep curls, triceps extensions, shoulder presses, reverse flyes, squats, lunges, ab crunches, chest presses, rows, single arm rows, pull throughs, face pulls, and many more. The BD-62 takes up the least amount of space in your home gym while offering the ability to perform a full body workout.
The BD-62 has a unique, dual-pulley system that offers 16 adjustment positions to perform a wide range of bilateral and unilateral exercises. The double bar track provides stability and allows the plate loaded carriage system to glide smoothly along the tracks, supplying the perfect amount of resistance.
The BD-62 holds Standard Plates but is commonly used with Olympic Plates as shown in photos. The Valor Fitness EX-10 Olympic Sleeve Adapter and the Valor Fitness SC-1 Spring Clips can also be purchased separately to secure Olympic Sized Plates. However, because the carriage goes up and down, the plates shouldn’t move regardless, unless the user is dropping their weight instead of placing it down gently. The maximum weight load for the BD-62 is 200 lb.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Is there a weight stack option available for the BD-62?
We do not have a weight stack option for the BD-62, as it is meant to be used with plates.
How much distance is needed from the wall to where someone would be standing while doing these exercises. Want to make sure we have enough space for this.
It would depend on how you are using the machine - if you pull both handles simultaneously, the cables extend up to 5 feet. If you pull just one handle, the cable will extend up to 10 feet. The amount of space you need will depend on how you use it, what specific exercise you may be doing at the time, etc.
What size bolts are needed to attach the unit to the wall?
All bolts are included in the purchase.
How high off ground is top of bottom mounting bracket? Trying to plan how I would mount.
The top of the mounting bracket is approximately 9 inches off the ground.
Do you sell replacement cable for the BD-62 and how long is the cable?
To purchase a replacement cable, please give us a call at (727) 895-9525.
Is it possible to do bench presses with my BD-62 unit?
It may be difficult to do presses while laying flat on a bench, and this is not one of our promoted exercises with this unit, but you can perform standing chest press at different angles to emulate the bench press. However, if you are able to find a way to perform flat bench presses and you feel it works for you, then by all means go ahead.
If I load the machine with 40lbs of plates and use only one pulley how much weight will I be pulling?
If you only use one side of the pulley you subtract 5 lb for every 20 lb you add. So if you load the machine with 40 lb and use only one side, you will be pulling 30 lb. If you added 60 lb and use only one side, you will be pulling 45 lb, and so on and so forth. So each time you add 20 lb, and use just the one side, you will subtract another 5 lb.
Hi does the Ex-1 attach directly to the cable station, so that we can use any bench, or does it need to attach directly to one of the Valor DD benches to use as a leg/thigh support for lat pull downs? Thanks!
So, I decided to go with this machine because I liked the smaller foot print and added possibilities but now I can’t seem to find a Lat pull down bench seat with the leg/thigh support like on the cb-12. Any suggestions?
Hello, if I bought two and spaced them out, could I use them for cable crossovers? Also, the room I want to use these is has baseboards - do I use some shims to make sure there's good contact with the wall?
Thanks for your question! Yes, you can do cable crossovers if you purchase two machines. We have seen people use one machine, but it's difficult to get the full range of motion. In regards to the baseboards, it depends on the depth - but a 1x2 or 1x4 piece of wood would work best to make sure there is a sufficient mount with the wall. It will be more sturdy/stable than other "shims" and may even look nicer.
Can this be attached to one of your racks/rigs?
Thanks for your question! The BD-62 must be mounted to a wall. If it is modified to attach to another surface, it may void your warranty.
Will bumper plates fit? And can you do cable flys with both?
Thanks for your question! Yes, the BD-62 will fit bumper plates. You can do cable flies standing in front of the machine - the BD-62 is excellent for single arm cable crossovers as well as several other exercises.
I plan on buying a lat bar to use with this machine. How would I attach it, to one pulley or two?
Thanks for your question! You can attach the bar to both pulleys, or just one side.
If you use both pulleys, it is suggested you use a separate carabiner clip to attach to the 2 clips from both sides of the pulley, and then attach the lat bar to the added carabiner clip. In this scenario, the resistance ratio would be 1:1, so if you load the machine with 25 pounds, you will be pulling 25 pounds. If you just use one side of the pulley to attach the lat bar, or another attachment, take into account that every 25 pounds you subtract 5 pounds. For example, if you load the machine with 25 pounds, you will actually be pulling 20 pounds. If you load the machine with 50 pounds, you will actually be pulling 40 pounds, and so on and so forth.
How wide is the top cross member. I have low ceilings in my basement, wanted to know if the top cross member would fit in between ceiling joists.
Thanks for your question! The crossbeam at the top of the unit measures 8 inches wide.