4tek Kreepster Customer Reviews
16 Customer Reviews
Unless you have a full-blown lift in your garage, you need a creeper to work under your ride. Sure, you can go old-school and lay down on a piece of carpet or cardboard, but you’re guaranteed to get up with a stiff back and oil in your hair. Get the job done without mangling your body with a 4tek Kreepster.
The 4tek Kreepster is the Cadillac of creepers, designed for comfort and performance. No other mechanic creeper is as ergonomic as the 4tek Kreepster. It’s equipped with both an adjustable, padded headrest and a lumbar support bar. Plus, you can store your wrenches and sockets in the built-in tool trays, saving you from hopping up and down to rummage through your toolbox.
Best of all, the 4tek Kreepster creeper is equipped with 6 oversized urethane castors for smooth rolling. Each castor has a shock-absorbing spring to cut down on bone-jarring jolts, and the castors come in your choice of a red or blue finish. The frame of your 4tek Kreepster is built tough from durable, lightweight steel tubing and comes in either a black or silver powder coat. And, 4tek backs your Kreepster with a lifetime frame warranty.
Our 10+ 4tek Kreepster customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
16 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Edgar S (SAN ANTONIO, TX) — Mar 08, 2013 2:10 PM
The good features of the 4tek Kreepster are the low clearance, tool trays, and the adjustable headrest. The unsatisfactory features are the uncomfortable bed and the very poor workmanship. The most obvious example is the misalignment of the standoffs which are used to mount the casters. They are welded to the frame at random angles. In my case, the alignment was so poor that one caster interferred with a tool tray.
Reviewed by dan n (Torrance, CA) Reviewed for a 1967 Chevy Nova — Jan 19, 2013 9:52 AM
overall satisfied with creeper. If i wanted to pick it apart I guess I could complain about the welds. It rolls well. Adjustable headrest works well albeit a little cumbersome to work at first. No real complaints at all. Love the red/black color and non boring design. Tool shelves on either side are placed a little high but then again Im 6 -3.
Reviewed by James R G (CHILOQUIN, OR) — Jul 26, 2012 12:08 PM
I was extremely happy with the quality of this unit. The wheels are large enough to keep from tipping when moving about and do not get hung up on small stones or uneven concrete in my shop. Best buying decision I have made in a long while.
Reviewed by Chris C (Salem, OR) — Jan 12, 2012 8:26 AM
A great creeper at a very nice price. Trays on both sides, a comfortable headrest and good wheels. It's hard to find good creepers now days at a "real" price vs. all the overpriced cheap ones out there that you have to fix before you even use them. Maybe the inventor/'s could come up with one just as good with a back rest that can be positioned at say three different angles.
Reviewed by Richard Q (Logan, UT) — Oct 21, 2011 8:44 PM
I was very disappointed in the quality of this creeper. For the price I expected a well constructed product. I have the following comments: 1) Headrest is difficult to adjust. It sticks. 2) Paint finish is terrible. You would expect a powder finish instead of a scuffed and scratched finish. 3) The plastic tarp like covering looks like a future problem waiting to happen. 4) Heavier and bulkier then most creepers.
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Asked by Anonymous A.
Jun 12, 2012 3:33 PM
Is there a difference between the blue and red wheels on the 4tek Kreepster?
Answered by Michael K. — Jun 12, 2012 4:24 PM
Hey, no it’s just a color choice, you can choose the color of the frame and wheels according to your preference. Thank you.flag Accept Answer