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Rogue P-5V Garage Pull-Up System

P-5V Garage Pull-up system
Includes: (2) Brackets, (1) Pull-up Bar
P-5V Bracket Pair

P-5V Garage Pull-Up System

Customizable Wall or Ceiling-Mounted Pull-Up Bar Solution

Uniquely designed for a sturdy ceiling mount or wall mount, the Rogue P-5V Garage Pull-Up System’s 1x2” 11-Gauge Steel brackets can be customized to virtually any training space. Like the P-3 system, the P-5V brackets measure 24x23” inches with pull-up bar slots at both 14” and 22” from the mounting point.

The P-5V Garage Pull-Up System can be anchored to any stable wood stud/ceiling joint or concrete wall at the height of your choosing. For larger gyms, multiple brackets can also be daisy-chained together—separated by a few feet-- to create more pull-up stations while optimizing both space and materials.

Available in bracket pairs or as a complete system with a 52” pull-up bar, the P-5V Garage Pull-Up System is a durable, practical, and expandable option for a garage gym or full-scale weight training facility.

See the Full Line of Wall-Mounted Pull-Up Systems.


  • Made in the USA
  • 1x2” 11-Gauge Steel
  • Pull-Up Bar Depth: 14” or 22” from the wall or ceiling mount
  • Can be set on 16” stud centers or spaced as wide as 48” between brackets
  • Multiple brackets can be used in a row for limitless options. 1” steel tubing or 1.25” outer diameter steel pipe can be purchased locally at a hardware store or metal supplier and run through a daisy chained line of P-5V brackets.
  • Mounting hardware not included

Rogue Pull-Up Rig Assemblies are Guaranteed Against Failure when Properly Installed.

Gear Specs

Brand Rogue Fitness
Made In USA Yes
Color Black
Length 52"
Width 24"
Height 23"
Steel Notes 1x2” 11-Gauge Steel
Rogue P-5V Garage Pull-Up System is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 105.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent bar I chose this bar over the 6 based on height for a ceiling mount. I use the lower height of the two on my near 9 ft ceiling in garage and works perfectly as I can't reach the floor. I'm 6'3" 205# and have no concerns hoping up and hanging. It doesn't say online or in reviews the suggested hardware. It is 4.5" 3/8ths lag bolts. I got those with washers at Home Depot for $7 and it's solid. Used stud finder and marked holes with pencil and worked fine installing myself. I'm not very handy but have a ladder, stud finder, and drill. A little work holding the supports while the lag bolts get tightened, but if you're getting a pull-up bar, you should be able to handle. I'm already thinking about getting rings after a few days of having installed so I can do dips and rows. Solid construction and good grip on bar without chalk. Supplements my couple time weekly visits to the gym and builds calluses quite well. First Rogue purchase, but will do more now!
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy and worth the extra money This pullup bar is priced higher than other bars out there. It is worth the extra money if you value a bar that is rock solid and over-engineered. You cannot tell from pics, but the steel on this bar system is super thick. The steel gauge is in the description. However, other bars out there don’t mention their steel gauge. Just realize this is probably the most substantial steel on the market. I have mine mounted on the ceiling. There is absolutely no movement whatsoever. Also, the way the cross bar sits in the brackets makes it easy to change the height position of the bar if so desired. In some other bars out there, you have to loosen the brackets at the ceiling in order to get the bar out.
Date published: 2018-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid / Wide Bar I recently installed this bar in my garage and it is rock solid. It is exactly what I was looking for in a pull bar that I can also use for ring attachments as well as T2B workouts. I went with the 1/2" x 4 1/2" lag screws although I'm sure the 3/8" screws would have been perfectly fine and easier to install (1/2" x 5 1/2" screws are completely unnecessary in my opinion and very difficult to install). 1/2" lag screws require a strong impact driver. Be sure to drill pilot holes so the wood doesn't crack (5/16 drill bit in my case). I installed the unit by myself in about 2 hours. I took some time to make sure I found the center of the ceiling joists under the drywall. You also want to be sure the pilot holes are completely vertical. Start with the two center-most bracket holes, make sure they are centered on the joists and then the two outer-most openings are pretty easy.
Date published: 2019-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just in time for quarantine! This was exactly what we needed. Only flaw, we had to find lag screws ourselves to mount it. Would think it should cone with all the right hardware.
Date published: 2020-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Basic and Perfect I have this bad boy in my garage. My kids, my wife, and I swing on it daily!! I'm 210lbs. Solid workmanship with NO issues.
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for a garage My teens outgrew the doorframe bar, so it was time for a "real" bar. Did a bit of homework, measured up the garage, and bought this one to hang from ceiling. It's working out perfectly with the Rogue box and rings. So far we've done plenty of kipping and strict pullups, toes-to-bar, ring dips, and so on. Solid as a rock for two teens and a 225lb adult.
Date published: 2015-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Bar Well constructed, economical, I have been training for 40 years, it is as well made as Hammer, Power Lift and Nautilus. Quality product
Date published: 2015-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rogue Quality, exactly what you expect First, great product. From when I opened the box to when I contacted customer service (after being incorrect about something), 100% what you expect from Rogue. Great customer service, great products. I didn't look at the joists I was attaching this to very well prior to attaching it, and they were both bowed, the same direction no less. So when I put the bar up, it's sitting at a bit of an angle (which I initially contacted Rogue about thinking the welds were off, and they were not of course.) Even with this, the bar is rock solid. I am about 200 lbs and it feels like I could abuse it without any issue. My wife is already using it (installed less than 2 hours ago.) Thanks for the great product and the very patient customer service (I'm not sure I would have been as patient with somebody being incorrectly critical of my work.)
Date published: 2015-05-30
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