If you have a pull-up bar, you can do sternum chins. They are very hard for most people, but they are a great exercise.
According to Vince Gironda, most people chin incorrectly. He says that a proper chin/pull-up is when you arch back, keep your elbows close to your sides and pull all the way up and touch your chest to the bar (preferably at the nipple). This would be a sternum chin or subscapular chin and will give you a tremendous lat workout.
In addition to chins and t-bar rows, you can perform dumbbell rows. This is Poliquin’s recommendation:
“One problem with the barbell row is that it’s really hard for people to just use the lats and elbow flexors. They always unconsciously start to drive with the quads and use their glutes and lower back. The second thing is that the bar either hits your gut or your chest, which restricts your range of motion. The better way to do it is to just use the one-arm dumbbell row.”