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Lisle 94032 Creeper - Blue, Universal
Part Number: L1794032
Universal Fit
Product Details
Notes : 38 in. Lx 17.5 in. W x 8.63 in. H; 3.75 in. Floor Clearance; 300 lbs. Weight Capacity; 4 in. Diameter Creeper WheelWarranty : Lifetime Lisle limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 1-2 Business DaysQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemical which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

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Creeper Guides

Tips in Choosing a Creeper

Creepers help you do any automotive task easily and more efficiently. These tools are what DIYers and mechanics use for back support when they need to do some tasks underneath the vehicle. If you're a DIYer who can't afford a hydraulic lift, a high-quality creeper sounds like a very good investment. However, you need to be very cautious when choosing one to make sure you can work comfortably and so as not to waste your precious bucks. To get the best value for your money, here are some tips to keep in mind when purchasing a creeper:

Know the excellent features of the creeper.

  • Padded vs. molded

It's advisable to get a creeper that's fully padded, one with a comfortable headrest so that you won't feel uneasy even when you lie on it for several minutes or hours. If you don't find padded deck comfortable, go for a creeper with a deck that's shaped for excellent support and comfort.

  • Other features

Another good feature of a creeper is adjustable headrest, which allows you to be in your best working position. If you don't have enough space in your garage or storage room, go for a foldable creeper for easy storage. Meanwhile, if the creeper you're eyeing is made from steel, make sure it's powder coated for excellent rust protection. For easy 360-degree movement, units with six casters are great. Creepers with side trays, where you can place your tools while working, are also advantageous.

Choose a creeper that's made by a trusted brand.

Most of the time, what makes your auto part shopping difficult is choosing the brand of creeper to purchase. Among the famous brands that offer quality creepers are TraXion, Performance Tool, and Torn Big Red. If it's your first time to buy a creeper, one of the best ways to know which brand is the best is to read customer reviews where you can see the pros and cons of a certain brand or type of creeper. It's also wise to check the warranty offered by the brand. Warranty plans guarantee that the product is free from manufacturing and material defects, so the longer the warranty coverage, the better.

How to Take Care of Your Creeper

You can get basic mechanic creepers that roll smoothly if you frequently modify your car parts. Padded undercar creepers are available if you want to be comfortable while getting under your car. No matter what kind of creeper you have purchased, ensuring that it serves its purpose well involves caring for it the right way. A creeper is a sturdy product, but like all car tools and components, it requires maintenance to ensure a lifetime of reliable use. We have put together a list of tips that can help you care for your mechanic creeper properly.

  • Keep both your creeper and floor clean. Using a creeper on a dirty floor will cause grease and dirt to build up on the casters, and can jam the ball bearings up with grit.
  • Wipe off excess oil/solvents from the creeper after your car repair session using any standard cleaner. Solvents are not recommended in removing contaminants.
  • Creepers usually have a limited warranty covering any workmanship or material defects. However, most manufacturers exclude situations wherein the creeper is hit or run over. Keep it in a safe place after working on your car. Don't leave it lying around as it might become prone to accidents and chemical spills.
  • During and after use, set it down carefully on the ground. Creepers are obviously made to be tough enough to support your weight, but continuous abuse can cause its brittle materials like plastic to crack or break. This kind of abuse is usually not covered by warranty.
  • Your creeper was not meant to be used as a stepping stool. If you do this, you run the risk of an accident. Moreover, if you stand on the center of the creeper, it might break in half, as it was not designed to support weight this way.

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