Roller Spurs

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Roller Spurs

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  • Roller spurs
  • Long neck spurs vs short neck

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    11-13-2011, 08:23 PM
Exclamation Roller Spurs

I was riding in a pair of roller spurs Centaur Stainless steel Roller ball Spurs- L - SS - One Spurs Irons and Spurs English somewhat like these, and the roller came off. I was wondering if there was a place where you could get replacement rollers or if there was a certain (but cheap) spur that you would recommend.
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    11-19-2011, 10:16 AM
I was hoping to get the roller spurs from dover or smartpack, and I was wondering if you guys recommend the long neck or the short neck. Also, does anyone know where you can get replacement rollers? I had an old pair of spurs and the roller came off, and I couldn't find replacement rollers anywhere, so here I am on my spur search
    01-05-2012, 11:36 AM
I had the same problem with those spurs! I ended up getting these: Ladies' Soft Touch Spur | Dover Saddlery

They have the same effect without the worry of the plastic balls falling off, and they're a very reasonable price.

Hope this helped!

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