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Thanks, bought one, Amazon is my bi$$ch, maybe I'm Amazons, makes it too easy to buy 'stuff'.
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Looks like it will endlessly roll on itself but you will have to keep repositioning yourself on the creeper or you will slide off the end
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If this thing had an belly strap so I could have more clearance between my petite stomach and the bottom of the bus, I would buy one.
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I gotone I roll on card board and carpet all the time. I couldn't help myself when i seen the guy on the broken side walk the wife and I laughed so hard I think my shorts got wet. Thats when I said, I got to have that. Thanks for sharing.
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Nothing beats my refrigerator size multi-layer redneck creeper that can be folded out to cover a wider area, they also make smaller models to carry with you and best of all they are................................FREE of any cost and low maintenance and when they wear out, a replacement can be found behind most appliance stores, free for the asking.
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I need a vid of you getting off that creeper to believe it.
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I need a vid of you getting off that creeper to believe it.
It can be done.................but it takes a lot more time and with the aid of the side of the bus to steady myself. It is the same type of entertainment as watching people launching a boat.
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A friend of my Dad’s came by one day with a fresh hair cut.
Well into his 70s (at the time) we thought he was finally getting out of his Harley Motorcycle Non-conformist Mid-Life Crisis Stage. He’d had long grey hair since the 1970s.
He said No!
Then he went into a story about how he’d been on a creeper under his car and got his hair caught under a wheel of the creeper. Every time he moved the wheel tightened it’s grip on his hair...he was trapped!
The pain was horrible he said but he worked his pocket knife out and cut himself free.
It was a life changing event for him!
Looking much more respectable, he soon found himself married.
Lesson learned I use cheap cloth painting hoods.
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