sorry for all the repetitive posts... I just wanted to add some more points.
* You won't be pulling the fender down as far as I did, That was just for me to be able to show you more clearly.
*In the first picture you can see that my hobble strap is attached on the inside, I had to do that because of my short legs...lol...Hubby's saddle was designed for man-length legs, not my midget ones. Typically the hobble goes around all the straps and the fender.
* You won't be pulling at the angle that I did either...I have short arms to go with my short legs and I was taking the picture while trying to demonstrate. BUT, getting your had up under the jockey and trying to pull up a tad may get you better results than pulling straight down...*sigh*...I'm not trying to get you to fiddle with it more than you should, I'm just adding suggestions....Know when to say when here...It may be good and stuck.
Be strong and courageous, and do the work. Don't be afraid or discouraged by the size of the task, for the Lord God, my God, is with you. He will not fail you or forsake you.
1 Chronicles 28:20