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Snow pads 28 Oct 2008 18:16 #1

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Can anyone recommend a brand of snow rim pad to use with a square toe,natural balance type front shoe?...Castle brand does not fit well.Shoe is #2, 5 1/2" wide.Castle regular is too narrow.Castle jumbo will not conform to inside web at toe...Thanks.
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RE:Snow pads 28 Oct 2008 20:12 #2

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Snow Rim pads do not work with NB shoes. You need a full snow ball pad. Now if someone were to come out with a rim pad that works w/ NB shoes. I am sure there will be money to be made. hmm
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RE:Snow pads 28 Oct 2008 20:28 #3

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I got rim snow pads in nb type shoes by cutting the rim away to the front with the nippers ,but even then you need to nail so far back to get them to hold ...they did stay in but ,we had No snow .....when i put them in it does not snow when i leave them out it snows !....here they ask me if we are gong to have snow or not? ....i say...if i could tell you that i would not have to shoe your horse :)

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RE:Snow pads 28 Oct 2008 20:33 #4

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SlowShoe wrote:
Snow Rim pads do not work with NB shoes. You need a full snow ball pad. Now if someone were to come out with a rim pad that works w/ NB shoes. I am sure there will be money to be made. hmm
hallo
who makes the ball pads and do they really work or are some problem to watch out for ??? and can you use them more than once??
thanks Ray knightley,farrier:)
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RE:Snow pads 28 Oct 2008 20:38 #5

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I use the Stromsholm hoof cushion pad (I get mine from Cliff Carrol's Horseshoer supply), in which the rim, rather than being hollow has a soft rubber core and can be trimmed back. I haven't used it on NB, but have used it on my forged square toes. Works well. Google on Stomsholm horseshoe pads. Size 2 is about maximum for the style Cliff carries.
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RE:Snow pads 29 Oct 2008 15:04 #6

equine snow pad for hind shoe works alright...
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RE:Snow pads 30 Oct 2008 05:08 #7

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Castle makes a pad that has a frog support in it. I am not sure what it is called. It may have been named here. It fits well with NB shoes and keeps the snow out. It is a full pad. Alot of the time I use the snowball type pads. I have also used the NB perforated flat pads and filled with IM and also filled with Vettec products.

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RE:Snow pads 31 Oct 2008 01:05 #8

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Thanks to all that replied.I was able to grind a portion of front lip of pad with a dremmel to make fit.Looks like that is the way to go.
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RE:Snow pads 31 Oct 2008 21:36 #9

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I put on the first snow gripps (cemtec) today on a new horse ,OH no NB shoes wanted as a light navicular thing going on .! anyway had the last two pacs of two in the rig ,but they where both for hind hooves ......worked out real well put the nb on top marked the hollow rim cut it out at the toe and with the grinder make them flat ,this melted the rubber put them in the shoe and they stuck:eek:then with sissors cut the heel to shape ,,,means there are two pipes running down the inside little missing at the toe ,maybe because they where hind shape they fit a treat....

hope they stop snow to;):p
ray knightley ,farrier ...
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RE:Snow pads 01 Nov 2008 15:08 #10

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If these pics show up I'll try to explain them in another post.

Regards

Ray Steele
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RE:Snow pads 01 Nov 2008 15:19 #11

ray steele wrote:
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If these pics show up I'll try to explain them in another post.

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Ray Steele

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RE:Snow pads 01 Nov 2008 18:07 #12

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Bradley,

thanks for opening that up.

when I originally read the 1st post to this thread I headed to the shop to try fitting a pair of sno rims to a NB #2 shoe.

The rims shown are urethane material and I have found that the material is best ground on a stone , keeps it from getting gooey , as what happens on a belt sander(less heat)

As cut,the rims are in two pieces but fit nicely and I would expect to use no more than two rivets at the heels.
I did not bother to fully trim the rim pads.

The difficulty with making a rim pad for NB shoes is that there would need to be a # of different sizes of molds built the cover the line since the toe section is wide.

Since another everyhorseisapersonto asked about popper pads I thought I would include one in the picture also.

regards

Ray Steele
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RE:Snow pads 01 Nov 2008 18:34 #13

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ray steele;132029 wrote:
Bradley,

thanks for opening that up.

when I originally read the 1st post to this thread I headed to the shop to try fitting a pair of sno rims to a NB #2 shoe.

The rims shown are urethane material and I have found that the material is best ground on a stone , keeps it from getting gooey , as what happens on a belt sander(less heat)

As cut,the rims are in two pieces but fit nicely and I would expect to use no more than two rivets at the heels.
I did not bother to fully trim the rim pads.

The difficulty with making a rim pad for NB shoes is that there would need to be a # of different sizes of molds built the cover the line since the toe section is wide.

Since another everyhorseisapersonto asked about popper pads I thought I would include one in the picture also.

regards
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thanks Ray Steele and Bradley !!!

Thanks the nb was the same as one i did this week ,but with a hind snow rim pad left in one piece and no rivits ,they are very thick rubber and could cut the rim out ,must say no snow size 4 nb if they where bigger then i do not think it would work so well,,,,the melt had the effect of them sticking to the shoe at the toe.....but they are rubber (bad smell):(

are the other called popper pads ??? can not use that name here as it means something crude ,do they work and how big do they go??

thanks ray,farrier:)
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RE:Snow pads 01 Nov 2008 18:52 #14

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Ray Knightley,

Snow Ball, or anti Snow Ball pads are sometimes called "Popper Pads" add a o between the o and p and they might be called something else. Reminds me of a story that my wife tells about a toothpaste that was marketed here 25 years ago. It was named "Cue". In French speaking Quebec,Canada,the word cue would refer to the buttocks, needless to say, the company renamed the product.

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RE:Snow pads 01 Nov 2008 19:23 #15

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with popper pads maybe a great seller ,means the product is not limited to horse owners and when it snows !!!:D
thanks for the answer ......
also regards.
ray
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