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Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by cubangt, Apr 22, 2015.
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Thanks, I found some threaded casters I had from an old project that seem to work(fit in the existing wheel holes, so going to give them a try and see if I can get more use out of mine til I decide on replacing it.. I mean I have 3, but was looking for something that could take more abuse on the wheels due to the driveway gaps and such..
I've had 2 HF creeper that broke quickly
Found a dog bone on Craig's list and I love it.
Rolls super smooth and I weigh 225
Rolls over tools,cords airlines
Would buy it again in a heartbeat
My creeper is a snap on. Not cheap, great on smooth concrete. finding a creeper that wont get stuck or twist when hitting cracks or grooves is going to be a tall order. Im interested to see what others post up since I haven't bought a creeper in years and haven't even looked.
thanks, so far I haven't needed it again, working in the garage is a lot easier on the creeper than my driveway, but if I need to get under the cars in the driveway, ill probably just lay down something over the groves in the concrete unless I can find something that will work.
My brother gave me my last creeper. Don't want another one!