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Homemade stall jack 13 Sep 2009 23:02 #1

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This is not new but it works for me. It is make from a 2 inch thick slab of stainless I had kicking around. I added all the features I thought I would need and if anything didn't suit me I changed it. It has a sturdy set of turning cams, sturdy pair of pins through which a shoe fits nicely, a hole and on the other end a horn of different sizes to expand a shoe.
It doesn't ring or bounce and while sturdy is still easy for me to take to the horse. The pit marks on the surface are from 20 years of straightening shoes with borium on them



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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 00:03 #2

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Hi all,

How fortunate you are that you can't forge a shoe and you only have to straighten them.

Kevin
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if i was smart enought to spell properly I probably wouldnt be shoeing friggen horses for a living ay. Red Amor

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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 00:23 #3

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I don’t care for your shoeing or attitude and I don’t think I have ever been shy about it, but with that said I do think you have a place in the farrier industry making gadgets…. I truly think you have wasted many years shoeing horses when you should have been making gadgets…that’s the 2nd stall jack I have seen you make…I challenge you to make a full blown anvil with all the accessories…I look forward to seeing it when your done..
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 00:25 #4

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My old stalljack is not near as fancy, but it beats using a truck bumper to flatten a shoe and the trailer ball hole to hook a heel - which some of us have done at one time or another.



The face is O/A cut from 1" A-36 plate and the tripod was fabricated from 5/8" sucker rod. It's 18" tall and the face is 3" x 5" with a 1/4" bead of 7018 across the heel. A block or sticker will fit through the hole and it weighs a bit less than six pounds. I built it about 30 years ago and I still think it's as handy as a pocket on a shirt.

It's been a while since I've been under a runner - I had to take the electric hot rasp to it to get the rust off. :)
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 00:52 #5

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Travis Reed wrote:
Norval
I don’t care for your shoeing or attitude and I don’t think I have ever been shy about it, but with that said I do think you have a place in the farrier industry making gadgets…. I truly think you have wasted many years shoeing horses when you should have been making gadgets…that’s the 2nd stall jack I have seen you make…I challenge you to make a full blown anvil with all the accessories…I look forward to seeing it when your done..

Making gadgets is only for fun. I made alot of gadgets for the corvette as another hobby. I can usually fabricate anything I put my mind to. AS for my attitude I just don't think I am worth as much as alot of you think you are.
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 00:55 #6

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cowboy_bc wrote:
Hi all,

How fortunate you are that you can't forge a shoe and you only have to straighten them.

Kevin

Kevin I would love to see any of your work. Anything. Regardless of what it is. I could show you dozens of things my talent produced. That motor on the left is one of them.
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 01:16 #7

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Kevin I would love to see any of your work. Anything. Regardless of what it is. I could show you dozens of things my talent produced. That motor on the left is one of them.

I'm not Kevin, but speaking for myself, while you are doubtless talented in many areas, farriery ain't one of 'em. As I see it, you are merely a dilettante amongst professionals on this forum and would do well to temper your attitude. You have a Corvette? Great! You can build boat anchors... er, "stalljacks"? Great! Unfortunately, none of that counts for squat when it comes to shoeing horses. You shot yourself in the foot when you made your brags about how long your shoes stay on. [Extra credit: Why?]
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 01:31 #8

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Tom Stovall, CJF wrote:
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You have a Corvette? Great! You can build boat anchors... er, "stalljacks"? Great!
. [Extra credit: Why?]

I didn't say I just have a corvette. I just about built one, nearly every peice is hand made and that boat motor is the one in that hand built car. Other then parts of the body you would be hard pressed to find an original part.
I am sorry if my shoes tend to stay on for a full cycle or I guarantee their replacement regardless of reason for a lost one. What's wrong with providing a guarantee.
All my work is guaranteed, satisfaction guaranteed or you don't pay and if you do pay I guarantee the full shoing cycle.
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 01:53 #9

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AS for my attitude I just don't think I am worth as much.........................



Mr Norval thats the only fair statement i have seen you make on this site
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 01:58 #10

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I didn't say I just have a corvette. I just about built one, nearly every peice is hand made and that boat motor is the one in that hand built car. Other then parts of the body you would be hard pressed to find an original part.


Good for you - you may be a helluva car mechanic, but you ain't a farrier.

I am sorry if my shoes tend to stay on for a full cycle or I guarantee their replacement regardless of reason for a lost one. What's wrong with providing a guarantee.

If you're silly enough to take responsibility for something over which you have no control, there's nothing wrong with if it makes you happy. In effect, you're taking responsibility for your client's husbandry, but you're a dilettante, not a pro.

All my work is guaranteed, satisfaction guaranteed or you don't pay and if you do pay I guarantee the full shoing cycle.

Silly me, I've never guaranteed anything to a client except that I'd do my absolute best to do whatever was necessary to give the horse whatever it needed to do whatever it did as best it could possibly do it. Quite arrogantly, I figure that when I nail a horse up, the shoes are applied correctly; how long they stay on is a matter of husbandry. :)
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 09:15 #11

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Novel Mat eyou sure are one clever and talented crazybastard yeah :eek::p;)
good onya mate ay
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If we want anymore excrement like that outta you we'll squeese ya head :eek:
Mind how ya go now ;)
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 14:39 #12

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NorvalWilhelm wrote:
Kevin I would love to see any of your work. Anything. Regardless of what it is. I could show you dozens of things my talent produced. That motor on the left is one of them.

Norval,

I'm guessing I've ran a thousand times more weld bead than you have, but just a guess.

Kevin
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 17:12 #13

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NorvalWilhelm wrote:
Kevin I would love to see any of your work. Anything. Regardless of what it is. I could show you dozens of things my talent produced. That motor on the left is one of them.

Hi all,

Oh the other thing is I actually have a mechanics license and an inter provincial and way back in 1974 until 1978 I worked in a shop where we rebuilt 4, 6 8 and 12 71 and 92 series Detroit diesel engines, blowers etc and I had at least 1 a day down to bare block so I can't guess how many I worked on (seems to me we dyno-ed 3 a day) but any thoughts that you might know more about 71 blowers or engines in general l'd love to hear them . . . .

Kevin
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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 17:34 #14

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Making gadgets is only for fun. I made alot of gadgets for the corvette as another hobby....

I don't understand the attitude being directed at Norval. He simply posted a few photos of a gadget that he fabricated. He does it for fun. He made no comments about being better or more talented than anyone else. He didn't make any comments about his farrier skills. Nothing. Just posted photos of something he made for fun. Yet some people jumped all over him with comments disparaging his shoeing skills, and just generally badmouthing him. Why? Nothing better to do with your time?

If you don't think it has any use, don't comment. If you like it, give it a nice comment. There's no need or reason to pound on him for showing what he does for fun.

Some of you just don't have ANY idea where the line is.

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RE:Homemade stall jack 14 Sep 2009 17:49 #15

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Baron,

Oop's your right not the time or the place (darn where's my master list of all the disparaging things Norvall's made about working farriers when I need it) won't happen again.

Kevin
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