Who Makes The Best Mechanic’s Creeper? Let’s Find Out! Daytona vs Snap On And 12 Others.


Who Makes The Best Mechanic’s Creeper? Let’s Find Out! Daytona vs Snap On And 12 Others.

Project Farm is back at it with a cool test that involves 14 different mechanics creepers being tested to find out who makes the best one and why. If you don’t have a lift, and are working on your back in the garage, these are super duper handy. I know that growing up we had the OG wooden creepers that had metal swiveling wheels. I think my dad’s might have been a Bluepoint or something, but I can’t be sure. They were wood, had a panel that was under your neck and shoulders that would tilt up to lift you head, and that also had a vinyl head rest.

They worked good, but weren’t anything fancy. And unfortunately they couldn’t roll over a single thing if you were on the ground and ran into something as small as a washer, a penny, or whatever. Are these better?

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14 Creepers: Snap On, Daytona, Pittsburgh, Big Red, Pro-Lift, DNA Motoring, Performance Tools, JEGS, Vevor, KTool, Traxion and Omega. Creepers compared for comfort, ergonomics, clearance, rolling resistance from several directions on concrete and on a rubber mat.


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