|travlingypsy ||02-11-2009 12:31 PM |
16" seat = to 14"....
If you have a 16 inch english or aussie saddle that doesnt equal to a 14inch in western? Right? My thought is no, but someone just asked me and I had to find out.
|ilovestitch ||02-11-2009 02:05 PM |
No i dont believe so
|travlingypsy ||02-11-2009 02:10 PM |
I didnt think it would. But how would you measure a western, wouldnt it be the same as the other kinds?
|travlingypsy ||02-11-2009 02:15 PM |
Ok see that makes sense. OH man... confusing people out in the world I dont know where they get their stuff.
|ilovestitch ||02-11-2009 02:22 PM |
Haha yeah, glad i could help
|appylover31803 ||02-11-2009 06:09 PM |
I do believe that if you ride a 16" in english you'll generally be 14" in western (subtract 2 if going from english to western, add 2 if going from western to english)
Though some saddle makers have larger/smaller seats.
|travlingypsy ||02-11-2009 09:23 PM |
are aussie seats basicly the same as english seats?
|appylover31803 ||02-11-2009 09:39 PM |
i have no idea
|travlingypsy ||02-11-2009 09:43 PM |
lol, all I wanna do is sell this saddle...
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