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Old 12-31-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
Dax Steele
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Default Rust proof equipment.

I live at the beach and I'm looking to outfit my garage which faces the water when it's open and it's not ventilated.

I go to the local crossfit gym to train but want the option to workout at home a few days here and there.

My main question is about bars. Should I just accept the fact that in this salty environment any steel bar will corrode and get a bargain bar. Or upgrade to the zinc treated bar which claim to be more corrosion resistant.

Any advice?
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