Help with Formula Ventures BodyTech machine

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cmyers

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Jan 7, 2009
 
I was given a BodyTech (by Formula Ventures which doesn't seem to be in business any longer) weight machine, but I don't have an owner's manual or any documentation with it. The model number is 95300-15. It looked like a pile of scrap metal when I got it, but I've managed to piece together the major components. A couple of the cables were cut when it was disassembled (I didn't see it until it looked like a pile of scrap metal), so I'll have to make a couple cables to replace them. The problem is that I have no clue how the cables & pulleys are supposed to be configured.

Anyone have a machine like this that could show me pictures or maybe suggestions as to where I might be able to get a copy of the owner's manual or assembly instructions? It has 2 weight stacks and 4 stations.

Thanks,
cm
Casey

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Mar 14, 2009
 
I recieved one in the same condition and it took me a total of 4 1/2 hours just re-routing the pullies until they worked my machine is made by the same company Formula Ventures but its the 970 Dual Stack System think some pics of it would help?
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May 5, 2009
 
Casey wrote:
I recieved one in the same condition and it took me a total of 4 1/2 hours just re-routing the pullies until they worked my machine is made by the same company Formula Ventures but its the 970 Dual Stack System think some pics of it would help?
I'm in the same boat as the other guy, and pictures would help me a ton.
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May 7, 2009
 
cmyers wrote:
I was given a BodyTech (by Formula Ventures which doesn't seem to be in business any longer) weight machine, but I don't have an owner's manual or any documentation with it. The model number is 95300-15. It looked like a pile of scrap metal when I got it, but I've managed to piece together the major components. A couple of the cables were cut when it was disassembled (I didn't see it until it looked like a pile of scrap metal), so I'll have to make a couple cables to replace them. The problem is that I have no clue how the cables & pulleys are supposed to be configured.
Anyone have a machine like this that could show me pictures or maybe suggestions as to where I might be able to get a copy of the owner's manual or assembly instructions? It has 2 weight stacks and 4 stations.
Thanks,
cm
Any pictures? I have the same situation.
Tom

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May 17, 2009
 
I have the same problem I have a venture gym 90650 and all the pieces but no instruction manual
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May 25, 2009
 
Casey wrote:
I recieved one in the same condition and it took me a total of 4 1/2 hours just re-routing the pullies until they worked my machine is made by the same company Formula Ventures but its the 970 Dual Stack System think some pics of it would help?
i also bought a body tech 4 station dual stack machine and have not figured out how to route the pulleys . has anyone done a diagram or have pictures ?
Bill

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Jun 18, 2009
 
My neighbor has one, all assembled and never used. Tell me where the model ID number is, and if it's the same one you have, I'll share pix or video
Michael

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Jun 20, 2009
 
I have one of these gyms assembled and not been used for a while. It is hooked up. Model #94800-10 Vendor ID# 890100. I think it was from Price Club/Costco. Anyway once i can get some pic I can send them over.
Rob

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Jun 22, 2009
 
Michael wrote:
I have one of these gyms assembled and not been used for a while. It is hooked up. Model #94800-10 Vendor ID# 890100. I think it was from Price Club/Costco. Anyway once i can get some pic I can send them over.
Please send pics this is the one I have. Thanks!
Rob

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Jun 22, 2009
 
Bill wrote:
My neighbor has one, all assembled and never used. Tell me where the model ID number is, and if it's the same one you have, I'll share pix or video
It's on the back part of the chair or bench.
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Jul 20, 2009
 
Michael wrote:
I have one of these gyms assembled and not been used for a while. It is hooked up. Model #94800-10 Vendor ID# 890100. I think it was from Price Club/Costco. Anyway once i can get some pic I can send them over.
Dear Michael,
Do you have any pictures of BodyTech? I bought my Model 94800-10 at a garage sale and I would love to see how the cables and pulleys are arranged.
Please send pictures to Plumeriasweet@hotmail.com Thank you very much for your help!!
Joanne

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Jul 25, 2009
 
Lee or Michael -- We're trying to put one of these together, too. If there are some photos available, they would be greatly appreciated. Send to donaldj4@rkymtnhi.com. Thanks!
martilin

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Aug 4, 2009
 
can anybody out there please send a pic. of the formula ventures axis avital mach. the customer service number is no longer in service bought at yard sale and cant put back together. any pics of any models would be greatly appreciated.

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have a great day!
martilin4@yahoo.com
kevin

Portland, OR

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Sep 1, 2009
 
I just posted some photos of my bodytech 94800-10 here:

http://www.goattack.com/bodytech/94800-10.htm...

I hope they are helpful. I'd like to see photos of your completed gyms, just to make sure mine isn't missing any parts- though it does appear to be complete. I'd also like to see how others are getting a shoulder workout completed on this gym. The only thing I'm coming up with are exercises that use the low cable.

kevin@jazyrain.com
Shannon

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Sep 12, 2009
 
Casey wrote:
I recieved one in the same condition and it took me a total of 4 1/2 hours just re-routing the pullies until they worked my machine is made by the same company Formula Ventures but its the 970 Dual Stack System think some pics of it would help?
In the same boat. Pics would be a great deal of help, if you have thwem
nick

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Sep 18, 2009
 
cmyers wrote:
I was given a BodyTech (by Formula Ventures which doesn't seem to be in business any longer) weight machine, but I don't have an owner's manual or any documentation with it. The model number is 95300-15. It looked like a pile of scrap metal when I got it, but I've managed to piece together the major components. A couple of the cables were cut when it was disassembled (I didn't see it until it looked like a pile of scrap metal), so I'll have to make a couple cables to

replace them. The problem is that I have no clue how the cables & pulleys are supposed to be configured.
Anyone have a machine like this that could show me pictures or maybe suggestions as to where I might be able to get a copy of the owner's manual or assembly instructions? It has 2 weight stacks and 4 stations.
Thanks,
cm
Hi I have one myself. I could send pictures of mine. I would like to know the value of one of these things as I was given mine.
Nick at fgkwalker@aol.com
nick

Longmont, CO

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Sep 18, 2009
 
I was given one of these machines. What is the new price for one. I can send pics of the details in exchange for this ingo
Nick at fgkwalker@aol.com
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Sep 23, 2009
 
Casey wrote:
I recieved one in the same condition and it took me a total of 4 1/2 hours just re-routing the pullies until they worked my machine is made by the same company Formula Ventures but its the 970 Dual Stack System think some pics of it would help?
Sure could take a look at your pic's guy!
john

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Sep 23, 2009
 
can i see your Pic's Pleaseee
Michelle

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Sep 25, 2009
 
I also have the 94800-10. Could someone who has a manual tell me where I can get one. It was free, but completely disassembled. panthers@saber.net

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