LazyWP wrote:Bruce wrote:Nice looking saddle WP, if you get tired of the squeak's set it upside down on the floor and sprinkle a little baby powder into the underwork's.........
you'll smell nicer to
Gettin most of the squeaks worked out. I have owned it for a week, and I think I have trailed cattle for close to 150 miles so far in it. I have decided that I am going to have to add something to the horn. I am not a true slick horner, and I got blisters to prove it.
150 divided by 7 = 21.5 ............so what have you been doing after lunch?? lol
I take a lenght of 3 or 4 strand cotton rope and unravel it and wrap my horn with one of the "strand's" little bit more bite than mule hide but still take's some getting used to if your used to rubber. I wrapped my boy's horn with vet wrap and covered with mule hide, look's nice and lot's of bite but it has a tendency to twist if you rope lot's or big.
Definitely the slicker the horn the longer the rope!!!