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RE:Tool Recommendations 04 Jun 2008 20:14 #16

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alright, I will call them about that. is the clincher and block something like the nippers that should really not be skimped on or can it be a cheaper brand?


The block is not important, but the clincher must be a quality tool.
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RE:Tool Recommendations 04 Jun 2008 20:24 #17

alright, I will look for a good clincher and I was told I could get extra practice in the forge after hours at the school so I might take on a project of learning how to make my own tongs this summer!
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RE:Tool Recommendations 04 Jun 2008 20:26 #18

also and this is a little off subject but when it comes time down the road in the future is there any place that might sell used or consigned equipment such as forges and anvils so I might lessen the cost to get started when it comes time for that?
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RE:Tool Recommendations 04 Jun 2008 21:23 #19

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huskerfan23 wrote:
also and this is a little off subject but when it comes time down the road in the future is there any place that might sell used or consigned equipment such as forges and anvils so I might lessen the cost to get started when it comes time for that?
Keep an eye on e-bay as well as www.anvilfire.com I'd also recommend joining ABANA and keeping an eye on their website.
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RE:Tool Recommendations 05 Jun 2008 02:25 #20

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You mean you dont teach your students how to make them either?!

Oh just what IS the world coming to?
Yeah right, in 15 total Saturdays they really have time to make pritchells and punches *while* they also learn to trim and put keg shoes on correctly .
BTW.....I do have scruples and because of that I have given notice at the college . I will finish out this semester, and not again teach a part time course sold by a school as a course for possible professionals
That said , despite the time limitations,I HAVE turned out some respectable entry level farriers who do a darn good job.:D But boy it's a killer. I am tired.
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RE:Tool Recommendations 05 Jun 2008 02:39 #21

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New GE are about $200 where you are, but in Australia they are $319! It's easy to forget the discussion is global. I have to laugh at you guys in America complaining about fuel prices - we are getting very close to the $2 per litre mark 'round here.

I think it's a great shame that you are finishing up with teaching Pattie, I'm sure you will be missed greatly. Don't go giving up this BB though! I just started my course last month (here it is one weekend a month for 3 years!) and it was great. After the 5 hour drive I felt there was no way I could commit to going every month but after being there, I would do it every weekend if I could.
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RE:Tool Recommendations 05 Jun 2008 02:55 #22

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calshoer wrote:
Yeah right, in 15 total Saturdays they really have time to make pritchells and punches *while* they also learn to trim and put keg shoes on correctly .
Sure is plenty of time. At the fly by night place I went was the first thing we learned to do in the forge. Made them out of coil springs. Is an excellent homework assignment:cool:
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RE:Tool Recommendations 05 Jun 2008 13:04 #23

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huskerfan23 wrote:
What brands and sizes would you all recomend?
2 Rasp Handles

I prefer wooden, scr-ew-on handles.
6 inch File

A diamond hone is better. In time, you'll probably want a knife sharpening system that uses an abrasive wheel and a buffing wheel.
Hoof Nipper

I've been a GE user right from the git go. I've tried other brands, but none have stood the test of time.
Shoeing Apron

I'm a C&M user and fan. Don't fall into the trap of buying half a cow hide to wear. They're too heavy and don't stop a nail any better than the codura aprons with appropriate leather patches.
Shoe Puller

Diamond will work just fine

[quote1 Hoof Knife[/quote]

The Knife, "classic". There are several versions of this knife, but you want to specify "classic". It holds its edge better and is easier to re-sharpen.
Hoof Rasp

You should try several different ones to see which suits you the best. I prefer the Wood-Miller Ultra sharp or the Heller Legend. For a finish rasp, I use a Simmonds Black Master and a half-round wood finishing rasp.
Clinch Cutter

'bout any brand will do.
Hoof Gauge

Ward & Story will work, but regardless of which one you choose, you will need to re-calibrate it on a regular basis, so cut a piece of 2x4 to a set angle(52*, 54* etc) and use that as your calibration guide.

In time you will find that you use the gauge less and less
Driving Hammer

A Jim Blurton or a Jim Poor 10 or 12 oz hammer will be well worth the money. Again, you should try several different ones to see which best suits you.
Turning Hammer

I use a Flatland Forge 1 3/4 pound hammer, but also have several others at various weights. For starters, a basic 2 pound hammer will probably suffice.
P.S. If you have any other items that would be useful within cost reason please tell me!

I use GE curved jaw clinchers, MFC crease nail pullers and since I don't wring my nails off, I use Shadowfax nail nippers(unavailable right now) but other brands will suffice. Made my clinch block myself. A pair of hot fit tongs.

I'd suggest more than just work boots with steel toes. I'd suggest boots with steel toes and metatarsal protection.

Band-aids, hydrogen peroxide, athletic tape, duct tape .:D

Thank you all! I really Appreciate it![/QUOTE]
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RE:Tool Recommendations 05 Jun 2008 14:20 #24

huskerfan23 wrote:
Its the minnesota school of horse shoeing. Yeah I was looking at websites trying to get a cost esimate for my tools and I saw the clincher on there but for some reason it isn't on my list. I was somewhat confused by that too.

It may be a case of; you will be trained how to hammer clinch and encouraged to do that,
and not taught or encouraged to use a clinching tool.
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RE:Tool Recommendations 05 Jun 2008 21:07 #25

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When I went there in ought one, we hammer clinched everything and hoof stands/cradles were not allowed, unless working on a draft. We also made every shoe we put on. This is what we were sold:
GE nippers and pullers (still have mine)
SaveEdge rasps
Frost knives (bad) buy a Halverson
Cordura apron
12 oz. hammer (can't remember which kind)
1.5 lb and 2.5 lb hammers
Dividers
Hoof gauge
Fire tongs
Books
I probably forgot something but you get the idea.
Kari Hoyer
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RE:Tool Recommendations 06 Jun 2008 16:15 #26

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I love my GE nippers and ANY nipper that I had reconditioned by lopez. But Stephen Smith has posted a favorable review of these very inexpensive nippers. I have yet to try them as I have 2 pair of GE's in reserve, but I just may buy some 12 inchers since mine mysteriously disappeared.



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Hay Guys and Gals, I got the Sound-mount 14" nippers in this week and had a chance to put a couple of day in on them. If it wasn't for the black color I could swear I was using GE's. I stopped by the feed store and picked up a set of GE 14" just so I could compare the nippers side by side. I thought that I might take some photos so that all of yall could compair also. Feel like GE's and run through the foot (hard or soft) with little effort. Nips through the stray nail, and gravel with ease. I don't know what else to tell ya guys, if they keep the price where it is it won't be long before they are on back order and triple the price!!! I plan on getting a pair or two of each size they make, just need to make them in a half round now.

http://www.horseshoes.com/forums/showpost.php?p=110374&postcount=12
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RE:Tool Recommendations 06 Jun 2008 17:22 #27

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calshoer wrote:
BTW.....I do have scruples and because of that I have given notice at the college . I will finish out this semester, and not again teach a part time course sold by a school as a course for possible professionals
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I think it is a shame too if you don't continue to teach. I have learned more from you on this forum then anyone else.
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RE:Tool Recommendations 06 Jun 2008 22:25 #28

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Get a BUFFY!!! you will be the envy of school haha
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RE:Tool Recommendations 30 Jun 2008 02:03 #29

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huskerfan23 wrote:
also and this is a little off subject but when it comes time down the road in the future is there any place that might sell used or consigned equipment such as forges and anvils so I might lessen the cost to get started when it comes time for that?

craigslist. lots of guys go to school, buy nice gear , then give up pretty quick. you can buy their whole kit (or peices) cheap. watch the used forges. many of them are not worth the cost in rebuild materials/time/PIA to deal with.
Chris Hadel (530)559-1160 "practice makes better" when you don't spend too much time practicing the same old mistakes
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RE:Tool Recommendations 30 Jun 2008 02:57 #30

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I agree, Craigs list is a good place to look for barely used tools. Ebay as well but be careful there, check the sellers rating and get GOOD pictures of the tools.
Patty Stiller CNBF,CLS
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