Hey guys. Im building a special type of squat rack for my gym, and need some input on the bolts to use. I have used high tensile M16 bolts on all joints, but am not sure if it is enough, hence me joining this forum and asking you guys. Attached is a picture, and Ill explain the lines ive used it a bit more detail. The white circles are M16 bolts. The red arrow is a pivot point. The yellow line is 880mm long, the pivot point to load. The blue line is 1000mm long. A Barbell sits inside the green slings. You squat up to 500kg, the bar could fall a maximum of 1000mm. So, the question is; If a weight of 500kg falls inside the slings, which is 880mm away from teh pivot point, how many kilograms of force will be on the 2 bolts at the pivot point? Is 2x M16 bolts big enough? Many thanks for your time.