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    01-12-2012, 07:07 PM
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Driving equipment - Harness, lines, bridles, blinkers, TONS of bits

4 driving bridles - One is brown leather and in great condition. One is brown leather and was super nice at one time but needs to be cleaned very well. That one has leather blinders attached to it. Both have leather overchecks. The other two are leather training bridles with rope overchecks. One is brown and one is black, and they also need to be cleaned very well. All buckles, straps, etc. are in perfect working order.

Here are the bridles in the order I listed them from left to right: http://i39.tinypic.com/x3v4zn.jpg

5 pairs of driving lines - One pair is nylon, one pair is leather, and three pairs are rope and leather. Some are buckled and some are split, I'll have to check which ones are which. All lines are in good condition, but will need to be cleaned well.

Nice leather training harness - Comes with lines, but not a bridle. This will also need to be cleaned well. I'll get pictures of it tomorrow.

Black/blue nylon harness - Perfect condition, only been used a couple times. Comes with lines and bridle with blinders.

Four pairs of blinders - Three are half blinders and one is like a full blinder, but the cups are see-through (not sure what that's for?)

Blinders: http://i42.tinypic.com/ab2h42.jpg

Bits - The overcheck bits are on the left and the half-cheek snaffles are on the right: http://i40.tinypic.com/10z6983.jpg
     
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    01-12-2012, 07:10 PM
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Pricing for the driving lines, as well as color and length?
     
    02-02-2012, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Endiku    
pricing for the driving lines, as well as color and length?
Sorry about the delay... I've been really sick.

I have three pairs of tan rope/brown leather lines. One pair is 16ft, one pair is 15ft, and one pair is 28ft. I have one pair of all black leather 15ft lines and one pair of nylon 8ft lines. I'll take $25 for any of the leather lines and $10 for the nylon ones. Shipping will be $10-$20 depending on how many you want.

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