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Old 07-06-2013, 01:53 PM
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man, what a find this is!

It's not for automotive use but I think this is awesome. Can even tote around some tools on it. I'm gonna love it. I can already tell already!

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Old 07-06-2013, 02:33 PM
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looks sturdy. but this should go in the come on man thread. HAHA
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:10 AM
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I have the same exact cart and yeah I use it when welding and sanding..sure helps the ole knees and back. Let em giggle if they like..

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Old 07-07-2013, 08:29 AM
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i have the one with creeper wheels . dam thing gets stuck on everything.
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yeah, can probably plow right over airlines and small pebbles or what have you. I also don't like the small creeper wheels.
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I would think that big thing would be too clumsy for me in my little garage. I have this one, used it working on cars everyday for years and now it's at home. After seeing and borrowing other guys seats this one wins hands down for me personally.

It has a nice padded seat and it goes up and down about 6 inches. It also has a shock absorber to absorb shock when you sit. It has the tray underneath which has a magnet for screws and stuff.







I did a quick google and couldn't find it, maybe it's not available anymore? That would be sad because it really is a nice one.


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I'm sure they don't being your wheels are still intact. Not the quality of today I tell ya.
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maybe a guy could add some big castors to an old office chair. Be kinda like what Brian has..

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I would think that big thing would be too clumsy for me in my little garage. I have this one, used it working on cars everyday for years and now it's at home. After seeing and borrowing other guys seats this one wins hands down for me personally.

It has a nice padded seat and it goes up and down about 6 inches. It also has a shock absorber to absorb shock when you sit. It has the tray underneath which has a magnet for screws and stuff.







I did a quick google and couldn't find it, maybe it's not available anymore? That would be sad because it really is a nice one.


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can make one of those an old office chair and a riding mower seat, and 4 wheels and 12"x12" 1/4 flat stock.
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maybe a guy could add some big castors to an old office chair. Be kinda like what Brian has..

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key word, "bigger" casters, and the whole reason I'm considering this bigfoot monster creeper.
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It would not be all that hard to adapt some castors to a metal frame chair (read sturdy) and I think it may be better than the one from harbor fright. The one from harbor fright works very well in the garden..

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Old 07-08-2013, 09:22 AM
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It would not be all that hard to adapt some castors to a metal frame chair (read sturdy) and I think it may be better than the one from harbor fright. The one from harbor fright works very well in the garden..

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I do have a creeper. Maybe I can just put huge arse casters on it and call it good. Seems doable.
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I have two office chairs in my shop one for each side of the car,so I dont have to move them to far... Ilove them and use them every day all day ,they only cost ten bucks at the flea market,I've got a few of the usual stools to but I hardly ever use them anymore.
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