I was trying to find my husband a birthday present and had noticed that he was using wood or tires or whatever was handy to reach over the top of his race cars and trucks to work on them. I thought ” that’s not quite safe” so I searched the internet for “Mechanic step” and your website popped up. It looked exactly like what I was looking for. I have been to several different stores and did not find exactly what I was looking for. Hopefully everything on your site has said this step is will work for him.
Note from the editor:
I love hearing stories like this because I’m a mechanic by trade. In 1992 I fell off a plastic milk crate while tuning up a 4-wheel drive truck. That’s when the light bulb went off in my mind about trying to design a step stool that wouldn’t tip or slip while you’re standing on it trying to lean over the fender on a truck. Still have the very first Shure-Step we ever made 12 years ago like the one Marsha ordered. Oh, and we are still using that very same step today in our auto repair shop.
The Shure-Steps aren’t just for working on trucks and cars; they work well for aircraft passengers and mechanics too!