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Torin TR6300 Big Red Creeper Rolling Garage Seat w/ Tool Tray EXPIRED

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I've owned it since around April or whenever the last slickdeal was. So far the quality is excellent, and I'm very happy with the ease that it rolls. I'm 219lbs and I spent several hours on this thing over a couple of days bleeding the brake system on a 30 year old jeep, and it remained pretty comfy.

Side note...I welded a beer holder to one side of it, and it's much more useful now.
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for the occasional weekend warrior this will be okay at the most. For somebody that's going to be using it a lot the first thing that's going to break is the wheels. Then the plastic tray on the bottom will break also. Soon after you fix the wheels and take the tray off because it's broken, the foam pad on the top which is made with flimsy plywood will break. Then in disgust after trying to mend a cheap stool you'll just throw it away
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Good find. Note the 250lbs limit. I noted it for myself at least.
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Good find. Note the 250lbs limit. I noted it for myself at least.
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for the occasional weekend warrior this will be okay at the most. For somebody that's going to be using it a lot the first thing that's going to break is the wheels. Then the plastic tray on the bottom will break also. Soon after you fix the wheels and take the tray off because it's broken, the foam pad on the top which is made with flimsy plywood will break. Then in disgust after trying to mend a cheap stool you'll just throw it away
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is anyone have quality experience?
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for the occasional weekend warrior this will be okay at the most. For somebody that's going to be using it a lot the first thing that's going to break is the wheels. Then the plastic tray on the bottom will break also. Soon after you fix the wheels and take the tray off because it's broken, the foam pad on the top which is made with flimsy plywood will break. Then in disgust after trying to mend a cheap stool you'll just throw it away
Can you put aftermarket wheels?
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for the occasional weekend warrior this will be okay at the most. For somebody that's going to be using it a lot the first thing that's going to break is the wheels. Then the plastic tray on the bottom will break also. Soon after you fix the wheels and take the tray off because it's broken, the foam pad on the top which is made with flimsy plywood will break. Then in disgust after trying to mend a cheap stool you'll just throw it away
I have this and don't agree at all. I'm sure it would get pretty beat up in a professional work environment, but it has been fine for home use. I use it for all of my bike repairs and light auto work like doing brakes. It is just way easier than either kneeling or dragging a stool around with no wheels or padding. I am tempted to pick up a second, but am really trying to de-clutter my garage.
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for the occasional weekend warrior this will be okay at the most. For somebody that's going to be using it a lot the first thing that's going to break is the wheels. Then the plastic tray on the bottom will break also. Soon after you fix the wheels and take the tray off because it's broken, the foam pad on the top which is made with flimsy plywood will break. Then in disgust after trying to mend a cheap stool you'll just throw it away
I bought a similar quality creeper from Kmart. First time I layed down the particle board framed back split in two. I'm really not even sure how it ever would support anything in the first place.
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Can you put aftermarket wheels?
You certainly could if you found some that fit..... I have not found any yet.
The last one I had, lasted a couple months before one of the wheels broke. Contacted the manufacturer asking for a new set of wheels. A couple days later, a whole new stool showed up at my door. So I still have one stool that is next to worthless with three good wheels just taking up space in my shop. I'd love to find some cheap wheels for it.

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I have one of these with a red craftsman logo on top, same color, same wheels, same plastic tray. I use it in my garage (concrete) and in my driveway (asphalt). The seat broke fairly quickly, so I used the broken piece to cut out a sturdier 3/4 inch plywood piece to replace it and stapled the cover back over the foam. It has been working for the last 9 months that way. I am about 225. The wheels are still rolling, however, they don't work as well on asphalt. I really don't use the tray for anything.
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is anyone have quality experience?
I've owned it since around April or whenever the last slickdeal was. So far the quality is excellent, and I'm very happy with the ease that it rolls. I'm 219lbs and I spent several hours on this thing over a couple of days bleeding the brake system on a 30 year old jeep, and it remained pretty comfy.

Side note...I welded a beer holder to one side of it, and it's much more useful now.
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I have this and don't agree at all. I'm sure it would get pretty beat up in a professional work environment, but it has been fine for home use. I use it for all of my bike repairs and light auto work like doing brakes. It is just way easier than either kneeling or dragging a stool around with no wheels or padding. I am tempted to pick up a second, but am really trying to de-clutter my garage.
Exactly what I said it's great for the home user not great for the professional work environment I'm glad it works for you
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is anyone have quality experience?
I bought this same one about a year ago. I keep a few tools in the tray and use it all the time. I'm happy with it, and I'm close to the wight limit.
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I've had mine for about a year. I weigh 190 lbs, and it has held up very well in my home / farm shop. It has been my "go to" seat for any type of brake work, motorcycle work...or anything that previously would have been done on my junky stool or by kneeling. Appreciating the price, I would recommend in a heartbeat for limited use...but probably not day in/day out pro shop use.
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