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New Mechanic's Stool From TailBone

New, Radically Different Mechanic’s Stool Design!

Kent, OH—Dale Adams Enterprises, the manufacturer of the famous BONETM line of creepers has introduced The TailBoneTM, a mechanic’s stool that is different by design, and the company claims, a huge improvement over the common rolling seats that are the norm in shops all over the world!

Easier to Use...
The TailBone mechanic’s stool features the same big 5” diameter wheels as are used on the BoneTM line of creepers, for exactly the same reason...big wheels roll effortlessly over air hoses, drop cords, shop clutter, rough surfaces and much more. The base is a uniquely designed tripod, a naturally stable work platform on uneven floors and surfaces. Rather than a “swiveling seat,” the base turns easily and naturally with the user so its legs always stay your of the way, and let you tuck your feet under you for comfort or convenience. The bucket seat works just like the ones in a high performance car, making it easy to use your natural body movements and trunk strength to position yourself and the stool to do the job.TailBone Mechanic's Stool

More Comfortable...
Because the new TailBone’sTM big wheels don’t get hung up on obstacles that trip and tip the ordinary little wheels found on most shop stools, they resolve a safety issue that really hampers user comfort. And the bucket seat is shaped and sized for real-world people, so in the manufacturer’s words, “it’s not like trying to perch on a padded poke in the butt!”  The 13.5” seat height is similar to most workshop rolling stools, and is appropriate for many workshop chores. Future plans are to offer the TailBoneTM in other heights, as well to extend its applications for use at normal height work benches and other common shop situations.

More Durable...
The new TailBoneTM shares many of its components, materials and design elements with the very popular and very well known BoneTM creepers, elements which have been tested and proven in years of use by professional auto techs and enthusiasts all over the world. The wheels are designed and built expressly for use in auto shops, and provide advantages not found on any other creeper wheels anywhere. The seat and base are molded of the same tough engineering grade polymer that’s been used for the famously durable Bone creepers. They’re smooth, impact resistant, impervious to oil, cleaners and common solvents, and easy to clean.

Real Value...
TailBonesTM are designed and intended to perform and last in the professional auto shop environment, where they’ll be used and abused on a daily basis. According to the manufacturer, they are the product of “American ingenuity, built with quality American materials and parts, brought together by American workers, and backed by one of the strongest warranties in the business.” A copy of the warranty and information about the TailBoneTM and the company’s other products can be found at the company’s website, www.bonecreeper.com

See the TailBone Website: BoneCreeper.com

 

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