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seriously, this is a must have if you have old knees like me. It makes washing a polishing a pleasure :D
 

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Just finished putting down a sub floor in my kitchen. Eight 4x8 sheets of luaun plywood. Used this computer chair to save my knees while screwing it down every six inches. I bet that seat would have been better. My main function in work is repairing hospital beds. I cannot do it without a rolling chair. Flip the bed on its side and roll back and forth from bed to parts bin to toolbox to bed. They are a back and knee saver.
 

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Hey misguided,
Does that creeper come with conchos and fringe as an option??
And can the seat be changed out to Corbin,Mustang or Le Pera?:)
 

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chops said:
Hey misguided,
Does that creeper come with conchos and fringe as an option??
And can the seat be changed out to Corbin,Mustang or Le Pera?:)
The fringe, conchos and patch/sticker would be appropriate, the Corbin,Mustang or Le Pera are not needed as this thing is soft and comfy:D
 

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Hey mis-guided.....I got one just like it for Christmas! It's cool huh!

Sorry to hear about the tank though.
 

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Misguided,

That looks like a damned handy chair. I've been using a plastic bucket seat with one of those wrap around tool pouch skirts. It works ok and the tool pouch is cool but it doesn't slide around very easily and has zero back support. I may have to get one of those. What kind of saddlebags can you hang on it?

Ride on,

Holden
 
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