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    04-07-2012, 09:58 AM
Originally Posted by aspin231    
A very odd version of a kimblewick indeed... this is a gag, a kimblewick is a curb.

Attaching the cheekpiece at the same point as the mouthpiece would provide no leverage, thus there would be no gag action- the bit would just twist. The checkpiece must be attached above the mouthpiece, and the reins must be attached below it for there to be leverage- this is true of all leverage bits. It's simple mechanics.
True, I stand corrected.
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    04-09-2012, 11:10 AM
Thankyou all for your opinions , I havnt used the bit yet I am still undecided about it all, I am ringing the manufacturer tomorrow , surely they can shed some light!

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