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    11-09-2010, 09:11 AM
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Blevins buckles

I have just bought an old western saddle that I am reconditioning which I s working out great, my only problem is the blevins buckles. It is missing one and they are rusty, so I am looking at new ones online, but can I replace the old style ones with a new one? I am afraid the holes won't line up, it is a 2" horizontal with the clip part riveted to the saddle, my huusband wants to put a 2 prong buckle on, like his saddle and my aussie saddle. Can anyone help with some tech tips or advice.
     
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    11-09-2010, 04:57 PM
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Only the very older Western saddles have buckles anymore so I would stick with the Blevins. As for fit, it really is a job for a saddle repair shop. They have the proper rivets to reattach a new Blevins and can install the one with the proper spacing.
     

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