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The Bone Creeper


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The Bone Creeper that the wife bought me for Christmas. I have used it a couple times and it is damn comfortable especially since I am a big guy. Rolls very well even over uneven terrain like cracks in the concrete and small debris. The casters are bigger on the creeper than on both of my tool boxes. I will see in the summer when I use it more outside to see how well it rolls on uneven ground or pavement. Right now I am betting I fall asleep on it at least once in the next six months when I pull a late night in the garage.


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The Rough Rider™ is also widely used by State Highway Patrol and Inspection units, as well as the US Military, who ordered over 2,000 units in 2006 alone!

I thought they seemed familiar...

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