What Do You Call a Creeper That Hauls Ass?

We strongly recommend you take a look at this guy’s videos and the work he put into building this contraption ASAP. Why? Because it won’t be long before we hear about his untimely death and it’s all pulled from the web. But hey: not many better ways to go than a motorized creeper accident.

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  1. joshuman Avatar

    The only thing that would make this crazier is, well, um….standing up while driving it. Nice example for the kid.

    1. jeremy! Avatar

      with a t-bar for steering!
      yah, was that his sister or soon to be fatherless daughter?

  2. skitter Avatar

    It's sorely in need of a chain guard.
    Other than that I see no issues.

  3. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    high speed creeper… sounds like Uncle Fred

    1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

      On another note, that looks more deadly that that street luge stuff. Also, couldn't get a chain tensioner?

  4. citroen67 Avatar

    I think the next time we see this guy, he will be riding in a casket on wheels powered by a Honda "clone" motor.

  5. CptSevere Avatar

    Wow. Amazing. However, the next step is casters up front and, like, roller skates with handles on them to steer. Like outriggers that you hold. I think I had a sled that steered like that as a kid. I think I also had a cranial injury that made me forget all about that sled and how it steered. Maybe that's where this big dent in my head came from. I dunno.

    1. Tim Odell Avatar
      Tim Odell

      This one has steering. Check the front casters.

  6. engineerd Avatar

    Y'all are worrying about the wrong thing. It only goes 30. That's slow. I'm more concerned about a Harbor Freight engine that close to my spine/brain/gonads. I trust the Crapsman creeper more than an engine put together by kids in a SE Asia sweat shop from Honda and Briggs' rejected parts.
    Having said that, this guy is my new hero. I would like to one-up him with a 'Busa-powered creeper.

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