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post #1 of 21 Old 02-22-2009, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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Question...and I've been looking for the answers..but have failed

I've fell in love with the tack and bridles here at bentaiga.com

However that is not the problem.The problem is that theres these two bits that I cannot for my sake identify.I was hoping someone would help me identify them.

I've tried curb bits in google search but still have come up with nothing like these bits.

Heres the bits.

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post #2 of 21 Old 02-22-2009, 12:34 PM
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I'm pretty sure that they are just stylized curb bits... they've got the same shank deal. A little on the harsh side, in my personal opinion.

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Hm...

A few friends of mine said something about Portuguese or Spanish curb bits..but still I can't find anything like these.So I suppose they must be customized...Thanks for your help
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Like that? :)
Lol just look up Baroque Curb Bits on google

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That is a calvary shanked bit. Any curb bit with a S shaped shank is a calvary some are more fancy than others. Some are called just plain old S shank

Heres a good site with the shank types http://mylerbitsusa.com/bitshanks.shtml


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Like that? :)
Lol just look up Baroque Curb Bits on google


I've already seen that bit..tis the alta escuela(I believe thats how it's spelt..though I'm probably wrong)bit.

Thankies for your help ^^
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I think the one on the right is either an Argentinian or a Brazilian bit. I don't know about the one on the left.

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That is a calvary shanked bit. Any curb bit with a S shaped shank is a calvary some are more fancy than others. Some are called just plain old S shank

Heres a good site with the shank types Myler Bits USA


Hm,I've looked at them too some of them come close but not quite..almost.Thankyou
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I thought the one on the left looked very similar to this one


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post #10 of 21 Old 02-22-2009, 08:42 PM
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Lightbulb maybe a helper????

try going to ur stable if u board and see if anyone knows but if that doesnt work try typing in like spaish tack shops in google somethings bound to come up related to those bits! i have seen them before but dont remember their names sorry!

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