Lisle 93102 Yellow Plastic Creeper

April 14, 2019 - Comment
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This body-fitting design was developed through testing on many body types to provide optimum comfort. Creeper body is 2 inch longer for a better fit. Urethane rollers are inserted into steel bushings which are molded into the creeper body. Provides added strength and easy roller replacement. Low profile, 7/8 inch floor clearance. Easy to clean surface and is resistant to solvents, greases and fuels.

Product Features

  • This body-fitting design was developed through testing on many body types to provide optimum comfort
  • Creeper body is 2 inch longer for a better fit
  • Urethane rollers are inserted into steel bushings which are molded into the creeper body

Comments

Anonymous says:

Durable; ergonomically correct; good value When the hardwood creeper I used for a quarter century cracked, I was tempted to glue it back together. I am glad that I did not.The Lisle creeper puts your body significantly closer to the floor than the traditional designs. If you are using a creeper at all, you are probably working on a car on jack stands. And it is often very helpful, when you are trying to get a transmission in place or mount an exhaust system, to be just that extra inch closer to the floor to have the…

Anonymous says:

Great creeper, couldn’t be happier! I had a cheap, auto parts store, creeper for several years and it worked fine for oil changes and the occasional repair. It never moved real well though and would always get stuck on the smallest little pebble. The wheels finally gave out on my old one so I needed a new creeper.After doing a lot of research I decided on the Lisle creeper and couldn’t be happier. This thing rolls around so much nicer than my old creeper. It easily rolls over small rocks and divots in my driveway,…

Anonymous says:

Its a much better option. works great, too bad I never had one of these over the last 40 years……..slow learner. Notice in the other reviews a couple of times its mentioned that the wheels are hard to snap into the body of the creeper. For those so challenged, note that there is a small circlip in the end of the wheel shaft that rattles around in a groove. If you are trying to push in the wheel and it won’t go, just stop the pushing pressure, rotate or move the shaft around and then continue pushing in. Most…

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