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cowboy bowhunter 07-06-2012 09:45 AM

Oldest peice of tack you use?
 
What is the oldest peice of tack you use?

I wear a pair of north and judd spurs they were made in the 1930's.

MHFoundation Quarters 07-06-2012 09:50 AM

On a regular basis - my daily driver saddle. It's a custom Crawley that my mom had made 30 some years ago. (I have 2 of the exact same saddle - one with chrome, one without - they are permanent fixtures. Love them!) I also occasionally ride my grandfather's old Hereford that is an early 50s model.

Now if you'd said "equipment" instead of tack it would have been my tractor, it's a '59 Ford 861 Powermaster.

cowboy bowhunter 07-06-2012 10:00 AM

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Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters (Post 1583334)
Now if you'd said "equipment" instead of tack it would have been my tractor, it's a '59 Ford 861 Powermaster.

Its alway fun to drive the old tractors. I have a 1950's allice chelmers wd as my play tractor.


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