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Most Helpful Reviews
Fort Worth, TX
Both side rails on this creeper bent over, the welds had broken, not quality at all. I weigh 220 LBS, I've grown up using craftsman product, but to be honest, I have sold all of my craftsman line from my garage cause I keep having tools fail. This is ridiculous to have a creeper fail while underneath a car after only having for few short months.
East Leroy, MI
Rowland Heights, CA
The wheels wear out after a year and aren't replaceable, the caster wheels are Craftsman unique parts and are not serviceable. The wheels also require you to tighten them after use. I got so frustrated with this creeper I sold it in a yard sale. I just lay on cardboard under the car now.
I bought this product during thanksgiving weekend and I have used it twice since then. It is really comfortable to use but it feels a little small. Happy with my purchase though.
I purchased one of these before I purchased the set with jack-stands. For the price of this singly, It was worth keeping for project work on a concrete floor or pavement. It also serves as a solid dolly to move around heavy timbers from the cutting area where drilling and timber joinery is performed with drill press and/or router, with two, they can be lifted up and blocked up on the pair and moved into position on the same plane.
South Ozone Park, NY
this was bought as a replacement gift for a previous craftsman creeper, made of oak and metal. My wife was unsure, so I pointed it out, and she got it for me for Christmas. I plan to add side trays to hold tools inside and smaller trays for bolts and sockets. But, the creeper itself, is a fantastic item, for my 5'11" frame! Thanks Craftsman
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Great Falls, MT
Lime Ridge, WI
I was a bit worried when I read other online reviews but figured I would go ahead and try it for $20. It looks like a nice creeper and seems to roll around quite smoothly. Although it is easy for baggy clothes or even your hand to get pinched by the wheels. Also, the headrest needs to be upraised more. I plan on tightening down the wheels and using lock tite on them to avoid the bearing problem other people have had. So far im pleased with Craftsman again!
I've this while changing the oil in my truck and my wife's car. It rolls well enough on a concrete pad, although it sometimes needs a little coaxing to get the wheels aligned. I got it on sale for $19.99, so I can't complain about that minor detail at all. It's comfortable enough to lay on for a while and low enough to the ground that you don't lose work space when the vehicle is up on jackstands. The frame seems to be strong enough to stand up to years of use. We'll see how long the vinyl lasts, but I don't see it wearing out quickly.
My husband has owned 4 of these creepers in his adult life. He is a mechanic ( on the side) and repairs a lot of vehicles for friends and family. These are an incredibly durable creeper, especially for the price.
Replaced my worn out creeper with the Craftsman 36 inch metal frame creeper. Rolls in any direction easily, unlike others that stick and need to back up and roll in the same direction a second time. Great price on sale, even better deal when combined with membership rewards program.
I bought the creeper to use in the crawlspace of my houseboat. It makes it much easier to get around down there since I can't stand up and had to crawl on my hands and knees. It is well made and I recommend it to friends. I gave it a 4 star instead of 5 only because the fabric isn't the best but it is good enough and I like it.