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Anyone know how to fix a loose saddle nail?
I just got a "new" Dover Circuit Pro saddle about 10 days ago. I went through the "test ride" program. This is when you order the saddle, and can ride in it for 3 days to test the fit , etc. I loved the saddle but noticed it definitely had some wear and tear on it (rust on the saddle nails, one of the holes on the billet looked very stretched out ) So I called Dover and they took $150 off the price if I wanted the saddle...that seemed fair to me.
Well I was putting new pads on my stirrups today and noticed that one of the saddle nails , under the skirt is almost about to pop off.
I am going to call Dover tomorrow. In the meantime , any suggestions? I have a riding lesson tomorrow and would like to ride my saddle if I can make it safe.
Any help would be very much appreciated :) thanks
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