I am watching this thread....I am looking for one as well.....another option that would be nice is comfortable enough to take quick nap if needed under tractor :bigthumb:
Arcan Mechanic| Northern Tool + Equipment:lol: I was going to say the same thing. :thumbup1gif:
Giz-we all know how tight u are-:lol:but this would be the one u need-:bigthumb: yelp-no problem getting back up off the cement floor--u could nap easy enough-could drink ur beer out of it--u could do ur supervisory duties from it. etc, etc.:lolol:This.....kind of the exact opposite of the piece of cardboard I usually use.
OC-maybe the one they showed at the Mack truck company should interest u once ur new garage is built. then ur gonna have a cement floor to slide around on---and hey it pretty much stands ya back up-how great is that.:good2:Cardboard if it's dry or if it's wet have a 3' X 8' 1/8" thick rubber walkway matt.
A creeper never tempted me.
:empathy::cray:well thanks for the info-but at that price i am outside looking in for sure. as i'm sure ole giz and OC will be too. jeez-what a let down-huh.:munch:The quotes I've seen for the human hoist chair list it at between $12,500 and $15,000. Would be handy but a lift would be cheaper. If I had the ceiling height I'd already have the lift installed!
Don't think so Big Jim, I retired from crawling around under things, don't even change the oil and filter in the carOC-maybe the one they showed at the Mack truck company should interest u once ur new garage is built. then ur gonna have a cement floor to slide around on---and hey it pretty much stands ya back up-how great is that.:good2:
^^^I vote for cardboard also. I've tried several creepers but never found one that was that comfortable for me. Being long-waisted they are never long enough, I wind up with either my butt or my head hanging off. I had an old Sears wooden creeper that I made longer by cutting a piece of plywood to the size I needed and moving all of the wheels, side rails, and headrest from the creeper over to it, its the only one I will still use occasionally but usually just use cardboard. As someone else said, with Amazon there's always plenty of cardboard around.
Lol, the human hoist might come in cheaper!Big Jim,
You could be using one of these combined with a regular creeper for a lot less than 15k.
Same here, my creeper hangs on the wall and serves the purpose of holding my cardboard nicely against said wall. :lol:I’m on team cardboard. I think my creeper is the cleanest thing in my garage. I get it out to use a couple times a year, I might actually use it once every 3.