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Not bad overall, the instructions and labeling of parts were vague. As in the pulleys, you have to view and read the instructions and eliminate by quantity of pulley wheels. Exm: 4-#46 pulleys, 2-#47 and 8-#48, by process of elimination you'll end up... with the pulleys in the right location. As far as hooking up the weight cable, it seems short, I took this from a reviewer off the sears site. After you have 9 weights on the stack (step 6) insert the weight selector pin. Lift it up exposing about 4 to 5 holes then insert the weight pin (part 26) between weight 8 and 9. This will keep the weight selector pin several inches above weight 9. Then you can put weight 10 on top of it. This will make it very easy to screw the top cable in. Problem solved. Once you remove the weight pin (part 26) there will be a gap between weights 9 and 10. Not a problem. Just use the machine for a day and all of the slack in the cables will work out and the top weight will sit flat. I don't like the shrouds, the make taking the weight pin in and out more challenging. I'm taking mine off. The cables are different, the weight stack cable has the bigger bolt. Read more Less
Bad equipment, grabs a lot, everything is loose.
I installed it by the book, and I am a mechanic.