I bolted the four pegs that came with the T-3 down low to put 45's on. These are up top for the small change plates. They work perfect and are easily removed if they ever get in the way.
These things rock, so much more effective than the bot on versions, and the plastic end caps are a great finishing touch! A+ Titan!
These are great for holding weights, and they cost exactly how much they should cost, as opposed to overpriced rogue gear. It's metal welded together in a shape to hold other metal. rogue charges double the price and these work just as good.
With the help of an Angle Grinder - diablo metal grinder blade ($5hdepot) & file ($8 double cut flat bastard) & about 45 mins total work time both of these plate holders will fit perfectly on Rogue Infinity racks (I have an s2).Rogue Inifinity racks have 5/8" holes where titan t3 series has 1". Please if you do this method wear proper safety gear. You can save a ton of $ if you have a ton of Rogue inifinity products, but you just gotta be patient and safe.
Rustoleum Black Texture paint & tiny artist paint brush - is great to have around to touch up chip paints on your rack or the bald spots after grinding plate holders.
Instead of using these for plate storage I mounted them high on the rack and used them to hang pulleys from for a lat pulldown rig. Worked perfect.
In my case I use these to hold my 5lb plates on one side and my 2.5 and fractional plates on the other.