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Tired of lying on a cold concrete floor while wrenching on your ride, but don’t have room (in the garage or under the car) for a standard creeper?  Check out Lisle’s fold-up creeper.  It doesn’t have wheels — and it isn’t pretty — but it does offer some padding and mobility down under. 

Weighing in at practically nothing and measuring just 2″ high, this folding creeper is about as thin as creepers get.  I’m a little concerned about calling it a creeper, though, when it doesn’t have wheels.  I suppose if you can slide around with it, that counts, though. 

For $17 it more than fits the budget requirements for “cheap,” and for those looking to maximize the bang for the buck it could be used to make stadium bleachers at the local game more comfortable for you and two or three friends.

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3 Responses to A Creepless Creeper? Creepy.

  1. Blind says:

    I’m not seeing where this would be better then a sheet of cardboard. Especially at my size, that padding isn’t going to be doing much for me. And since the creeper I bought was a cheap creeper at $5 (it’s rather basic) I’m not seeing a point in spending more money and buying this too.

  2. Toolaremia says:

    For once, Lisle hasn’t come up with something new. This has been around for years. I just spend last week crawling around on one at the Buick GS Nationals trying to fix my friend’s Turbo Regal transmission so we could drive home. I’m blanking at the moment, but I’m pretty sure it said Summit in big letters. Red is a better color than black, but both get hot in the sun. Personally, they beat the crap out of cardboard, but nothing beats a lift…

    I’m trying to talk myself into a King Crawler:

  3. craving_speed says:

    Looks like the mat my kids would take a nap on in school. They got them at Wal-Mart, Cheap!

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