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Old 11-07-2009, 12:15 PM
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My Co-workers creeper.

He rather lay on this than any other creeper, go figure.

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Old 11-07-2009, 02:04 PM
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Creeper

Hi,jeepers creepers,if i were a little younger,i would like to lay on her too,sorry,i forgot we were talking about a creeper !!!
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Old 11-07-2009, 02:16 PM
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Somebody could market a creeper design like that and make some money.
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Hi,jeepers creepers,if i were a little younger,i would like to lay on her too,sorry,i forgot we were talking about a creeper !!!


Hell I ain't THAT old!!
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Old 11-07-2009, 04:47 PM
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She can slide under my car any day she want's.. Oh !!! Creeper's !!! Yea !!! that would make a nice Creeper..
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Old 11-07-2009, 05:57 PM
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Where'd you get that picture of my wife??? Oh, wait, I'm awake now.
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Nice.

Have you seen this guys creeper?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2LEknVrJ8w
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Ahhhh! So many ways to maim and kill our selves!!! Really like to see some one lead with their bare head above 10 mph. That guy gets an A+ for creativity and execution but a big fat F for judgment.

Comfort creeper, Marty. You guys may end up fighting over that lay, err, creeper.

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Reinventing the gocart. Must be for working on rockcrawlers.
The first creeper would not work here,. Never get anything done facedown. Not to mention the fact that pushing it around with no wheels would be difficult as things would have a tendency to get hung up in the cracks in the floor.
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Old 11-10-2009, 08:45 AM
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My creeper is sheets of cardboard I get from job sites.
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Nice.

Have you seen this guys creeper?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2LEknVrJ8w
I'm definetly to old for that one.
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Old 11-19-2009, 05:41 PM
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My creeper is sheets of cardboard I get from job sites.
Anybody sheets on my creeper I key lem
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My creeper is sheets of cardboard I get from job sites.
when I worked at the shipyard I bought a chunk of linoleum and used it for a creeper for repairing things in the field , works great till it gets real cold , then I had a peice of marsonite ( showerbacking ) to keep in the service truck to work on .
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I kinda got away from any creepers with wheels.Back in my long hair days I got my pony tail so tangled up in the wheel I had to get someone to pull me out or I'd still be stuck under there.I didnt have any sissors with me... I keep a roll of tar paper around for stripping cars ,it keeps the crap off the floor and I use it for laying on even though I cut my hair years ago...it's handy for a bunch of stuff..cheap too...
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I swear by my "Lisle" creeper, wouldn't trade it for nothing (unless one of you guys show me a new one that is better, then bye bye Lisle).



But I do make sure I get all the trunk accesory rugs out of the trunks of totals for around the shop. I will give them to the guys with a tag on it as a Christmas present to them from me.

They work darn nice for a REAL low "creeper".

Brian
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