Having to Replace the bars on my new saddle stirrups.

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    10-06-2013, 11:14 AM
Having to Replace the bars on my new saddle stirrups.

So my new saddles endurance stirrups are cone shaped for ease on the leg, I want to replace them with straight bars so I can get them to fit in the ez-stirrup turners. Now this is the first time I've really had to replace bars on my stirrups or even put the stirrup turners on my saddle.

So I want to make sure I'm doing this right. The exact size between my stirrup is 2 1/2" same with the leather of where my stirrup sits, should I get a 3" stirrups connecter and a 2 1/2" replacement bar?
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    10-06-2013, 11:33 PM
Green Broke
I can't really comment, as I didn't even know you could replace them. I just buy new stirrups.

However, when I saw the title I thought you meant the actual stirrup bars (where the leathers attach to the saddle) so maybe some other people are confused at not reading.

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