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AeroCreeper Introduces Improved Adjustable-Height Deluxe Model

New Model Has Larger Wheels, A Headrest And An Adjustable Height Seat

The AeroCreeper is a tool for aircraft mechanics and owners born out of necessity as the solution to help them easily maintain and clean their planes without the usual pain and discomfort associated with the task.

The father and son engineering team of Travis and Joel Hendrickson designed the AeroCreeper with adjustable heights so you can easily and comfortably reach all parts of the aircraft.

The company has now introduced a new Deluxe model with a headrest, larger wheels and an adjustable seat. The base unit operates the same way as before -- to raise it, you lift the backrest, and to lower it you pull the seat up and lower the backrest to your desired height.

The new model comes with a greater height range, allowing you to lower it to 5-1/4 inches and raise it up to 20 inches.

The wheels are larger as well, and the seat can be independently tilted up and down with a locking lever. The entire unit is still made with 1/8 inch square tubing and will is rated to hold up to 350 lbs.

No assembly is required, as it comes fully assembled right out of the box. Best of all, it is made right here in the US of A at their factory in Corinne, Utah.

The Deluxe is priced at $649.

FMI: https://aerocreeper.com/

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