I bought a pair of these spotter arms to go along with a short 36x24 T-6 rack. These arms are much easier to work with than the pin pipe safeties. They fit the titan uprights perfectly and there isn't any play once they're in place (at least with the pair I got). I also do rack pulls off of these arms and they're a hell of a lot quieter than doing pulls off the safeties. No metal to metal clanging. I also like that my bar is protected by the plastic on the top of these arms.
All in all these are great and I use these exclusively. I still have the pin pipes around just in case I ever think of a use for them. Perhaps Iso-hold dead lifts off the floor.
I just got these in and they have easily replaced my pipe safeties! great quality construction, only thing I was bummed about was the pin color, its pictured as red handles but I got yellow. Docent really match the rest of my stuff but still functions amazing.
These ship at half Rogue's price, but, I spent that saved half to make these work. And amazon reviewer says they're a "snug fit" -- a) you will need a mallet to set these in place; mine magically lined up first attempt, and if they hadn't I'm not certain I could micro-adjust them to where the pins will go through; b) I emailed Titan, who said they "thought" the pins were 5/8" -- they're 3/4", so you can either drill into your far more expensive Rogue uprights at 3/4", or cut off the pins and drill out 5/8" holes -- and if they don't line up, you can grind the spotter arm's upper hole until you can get a 5/8" pin through it -- but of course you'll need two 5/8" pins per arm, which I happened to have.
Ultimately I'm out $55 for a HF slow-speed 7amp drill and $20 for a cobalt 5/8" bit -- plus cutting oil, but I'm using one of these as a chinup bar, and needed to overdrill the arm's 1/2" holes that run the length, to attach a pair of Rogue 5" and 3" spheres. I'll bet money that every hole and every pin on a Rogue Infinity line accessory will be 5/8" -- it makes no sense to drill any holes other than your standard from a production line aspect.
Also, these are described as 2"x3" tubes -- and I wanted them to be 2"x3" -- but once you see them, you'll look back at the pictures and realize they were always obviously 2"x2", perfectly square. Rogues are 2"x3", also "obvious" from the pics.
I cannot remove the arm from the upright, without a hammer, which I'll do when I'm ready to throw the arm away. That's not "snug."
So I walk away with less-beefy, less heavy, semi-permanent arms, a dedicated Rogue 5/8" cobalt bit, should I ever decide to drill into my uprights, and a pretty good plastic slow-speed 7amp drill that isn't remotely intimidated by 11gauge steel. If you have Titan T-3 uprights, these are a bargain and you'll be happy with them; if I did this again, and I might wind up doing this again, I'd/I will buy og Rogue and gladly wait out the backorder.
Titan expressly states these are not guaranteed for any other brand of uprights -- so it's on reviewers to be more precise -- and accurate -- than "snug" and "some adjustments" when giving five stars for Rogue use.
I use these arms as my spotter every time. They fit outside and inside the rack. They are much easier to use than the pins.
The title pretty much says it all these are great and feel like a very heavy duty item. They are lined with very hard plastic not rubber as I've read elsewhere online.
I am extremely happy with these spotter arms. They are extremely well made and perfect in every way!!!!! Amazing product once again from titan!!!!