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hi there i have a instuctions book for a delta orion multigym with a pic of pully and cables if you still looking drop me a line at email@example.com and i'll email you a copy of the layout
This unit a very basic design, if you are just starting a fitness regime and have no aspiration of becoming MR or MS Olympia then this should be find.
Now after saying the above statement when buying fitness equipment remember these things:
1) If you are looking for expandability of unit ( accessories and increasing weight stack )
2) Will this unit work in the space you have, the dimension they have for the unit you'll need add 18 inches to 2 feet all the way around for accessibility of the weights, pulleys cables and the routine preventative maintenance to be done described in the owner's manual.
3) The number of exercises that can be done with the unit.
4) Customer service after the purchase, remember if the people selling the product have a terrible time getting parts for you from the manufacturer or if they say just call the company for further assistance then run away!! Deal with companies that get great customer service so they can give great customer service.Hope I answered your question good luck