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    02-26-2008, 04:36 AM
Replacement Silver Tips - Where to Buy?

So, I have a western show saddle that is missing one of the little silver tips that attaches to the end of the little leather strap that sticks out from a concho. I hope that makes sense.

Anyone know where I could buy/order a replacement? It's a Circle Y saddle if that matters.

I found this:

Which is very similar, but it's 3/4 inch while the one I'm missing is 1/2 inch wide.
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    02-26-2008, 01:38 PM
You might try contacting the saddle maker.
If that don't work, take one of the remaining pieces to a saddle shop and let them look at it. If they don't have one to match, they probably have a sorce for getting one.....or five, or a dozen(?).
Sometimes with special order stuff, you'll have to buy ever how many comes in the package.

Hope this helps.

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