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putting on/off halter name plates

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    07-08-2012, 10:17 AM
putting on/off halter name plates

I am selling my horse so I want to take the name plate off my brand new halter and give just the name plate to the new owners. I bought the halter and plate at the same time from smartpak so it came already on (nice right!). Well they are chicago screw type things but one side is flat and the other has a flat head screw slot. I got one off it seems by pure chance. The other one just spins because I can't get a grip on the side without a slot.

Any ideas????

I tried using a needle nose plyers to hold it but it wasn't working very well and it was scratching the metal. I don't want to ruin either piece and I'm close to sicking my non-horse husband on it but I thought I'd check with you guys first for a good trick!

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    07-10-2012, 07:40 PM
Why not just give that halter to the new owners and get another one ? Less work ;) .lol

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