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    Wheeled Detailing stool

    I have the harbor freight wheeled stool. It`s ok but after years of use the wheels don`t turn as easily and it`s starting to Rust.

    I`m looking for a better stool. Needs to be able to roll easily over pavers, like a padded seat, like some back support and a space to pot some bottles and brushes.

    Can you guys tell me what you have that you like and send links if you can.

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    Re: Wheeled Detailing stool

    I can`t kneel well so I use stools all the time. I`ve got a couple of Snap-On seated stools (everyone else makes a similar version of this i.e. Whiteside, Craftsman). They work great, the wheels are replaceable and fairly easy to get and I actually like the back support and the adjustable height. That said, Griot`s newest stool might be worth a look. I`d like to try it.

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    Re: Wheeled Detailing stool

    Quote Originally Posted by GearHead_1 View Post
    I can`t kneel well so I use stools all the time. I`ve got a couple of Snap-On seated stools (everyone else makes a similar version of this i.e. Whiteside, Craftsman). They work great, the wheels are replaceable and fairly easy to get and I actually like the back support and the adjustable height. That said, Griot`s newest stool might be worth a look. I`d like to try it.


    I forgot all about Griots new stool. Looks like a very nice piece of equipment. Maybe I’ll ask Santa for it... Christmas will be here before we know it...

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    Re: Wheeled Detailing stool

    I have had the Griot’s for about a year, works great.

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    Re: Wheeled Detailing stool

    I have been thinking about buying this stool to replace my Harbor Freight stool. https://www.amazon.com/Traxion-2-700...ywords=traxion

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    Re: Wheeled Detailing stool

    I did the original review on the Griots creeper. Used it again today. I really do like it. Yes there are some pros and cons as far as the seat (no padding), the side compartments, non adjustable height etc but the one thing I absolutely love is the size of the casters. They just roll so effortlessly. That`s my number one priority in terms of a rolling creeper. Of course, my last rolling stool came from Harbor Freight so....

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