assembly

Heavy Kettlebells

"Your assembly instructions only go to 70 lbs, can you provide details on going up to 85 for the mid and 95 lbs for the high model ? " Excellent question!

First, go to our assembly page
http://www.kettlestack.com/assembly/detailed_assembly_kettlestack_adjust...
and this gallery page
http://www.kettlestack.com/Assembly/kettlebell_gallery
and take a look at the heavier setups.

plate sizes

If your setup goes over 50 lbs then you'll be using 10 lb plates in the center stack. Read more »

Kettlebell Slideshow

A slideshow of kettlebell configurations with Kettlestacks: Read more »

Narrow Core Issues

If you're interested in Narrow Core setups,
don't forget to read about our foamdiscs !





Kettlebell Gallery

Here are a few kettlebells that you can make with your Kettlestack adjustable kettlebell. All stated weights include 1.5 lbs for the handle and hardware and are then rounded off. Click the thumbnail for
a large format picture. Olympic plates are discussed here. Read more »

Assembly Video

Here's our assembly video that shows how easy and quick it is to assemble a Kettlestack adjustable kettlebell. Don't forget to turn the sound on to hear Brother Bones' harmonious accompaniment! We used the same procedure (and amount of time) to get our front page picture

Assembly Instructions

Kettlestack assembly is as simple as bolting a handle onto a stack of weights (cartoon on right of "wings" surrounding a core), but we'd ask that you read the following so you understand how to

  1. choose the plate setups
  2. tweak the shapes
  3. use the one-bolt or two-bolt setup

Adjustable Kettlebells: Detailed Assembly

Kettlestack assembly is as simple as bolting a handle onto a stack of weights (cartoon on right of "wings" surrounding a core), but we'd ask that you read the following so you understand how to

  1. choose the plate setups
  2. tweak the shapes
  3. use the one-bolt or two-bolt setup

Shape Tweaking

Since the Kettlestack adjustable kettlebell design uses standard weight plates the final shape is up to you. From our experience people read through this page with too many preconceptions and often too quickly to "get" the point. So please slow down and go through the whole page and get back to us with any questions.

Here is a picture of a setup when the plates are concentric (NO tweaking) Read more »

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