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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-05-2006, 11:29 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for mechanics stool...

I'm looking for a mechanics stool. Low, padded hydraulic seat, tool tray underneath, and on wheels. I've checked Sears, Home Depot, Harbor Freight...but I keep coming up empty.

Does anyone know where to get one?
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-05-2006, 11:30 AM
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I just bought one... oh, brain delay, I got it at Menard's. It is round, just what you are describing. Works great.

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Yea thats it...and as soon as I posted I found out what they are actually called. And I found it at Sears.

Creeper Seats
http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...al=TOOL&cs=ALT
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Man when I read the title of this thread I was thinking stool as in sh!t man where is my head at
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Have Mopar shit in a bag. He is a mechanic after all!

People take these things too seriously!
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Yea thats it...and as soon as I posted I found out what they are actually called. And I found it at Sears.

Creeper Seats
http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...al=TOOL&cs=ALT
Same thing Keyhole, only it is like $14 a Menard's vs. $24 at Sears. Just a different logo, mine says Garage on the top, Sears says Craftsman on the top.

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Good deal, I'll be stopping by Menards on my way home Thanks!

Oh and I figured this thread would go in the crapper from the title
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Most all the auto parts stores have them, I got a few from Pep Boys

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Yea thats it...and as soon as I posted I found out what they are actually called. And I found it at Sears.

Creeper Seats
http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...al=TOOL&cs=ALT

harbor freight carries the same thing.
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Man when I read the title of this thread I was thinking stool as in sh!t man where is my head at
I thought something weird was going on.. when I clicked on this I was thinking... 2 - 3 replies max before this went down the crapper .... ba bum bump

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i bought one at harbor frieght did you try their website?

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i bought one at harbor frieght did you try their website?

I go to their Arlington Heights Store

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Same thing Keyhole, only it is like $14 a Menard's vs. $24 at Sears. Just a different logo, mine says Garage on the top, Sears says Craftsman on the top.
Wow! Great info, thanks!

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