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TOPIC: Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium?

RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 08 Aug 2011 15:34 #16

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i dont quite understand why folk take on a traditional hands on profession then look for ways to take shortcuts and easier ways when it is a known fact it is a physical and hands on craft that requires a lot of forge work . perhaps its just me that sees it this way
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Unfortunately many American Farriers do not see it that way. In fact 2/3 of the "horseshoers" out here don't even own/carry a forge. (although the further into Houston or Austin you get that does change) Most of my new clients don't even know what a forge is until I light mine.

I don't exactly think of these as time savers, but more or less to reduce fatigue and strain on the body. I'm still young and **** enough to do most of this stuff by hand, but I also grew up under a mentor that would not let me use a shortcut to improve my work unless I didn't need it. And although my mentor growing up was not a farrier, I still believe that concept of not using shortcuts should apply to farriery.

It also just so happened that my mentor as a farrier also had a similar line of thinking. I wasn't allowed to use stands or power tools (other than the bench press) for more than a month.
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 08 Aug 2011 17:58 #17

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Joey Aczon;242048 wrote:
Unfortunately many American Farriers do not see it that way. In fact 2/3 of the "horseshoers" out here don't even own/carry a forge. (although the further into Houston or Austin you get that does change) Most of my new clients don't even know what a forge is until I light mine.

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Here in Sweden I would say 9/10 of the horseshoers don't carry a forge.
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 08 Aug 2011 18:11 #18

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I got some free shoes from Mustad ,non of which would not take more than a few seconds to shape from there normal model ...seems the industry is understanding the bad habits and making a product to match ...

Like the quick ready to eat meal ,or even better already eaten meal for those with no time to eat :p
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 08 Aug 2011 18:52 #19

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Honestly in the heat and high humidity we have had this summer I have been playing touch and go with heat stroke. At this point anything that helps me to be able to do my work easier is appreciated.

At the same time when the comment was made about the 10mm roll vs 8mm my first thought was to respond "I can get 2 more mm worth of roll out of the steel comfort" which sounded ****** even in my head as I might as well just do the dang mods myself in that case.

Either way my passion lies with setting the horse up properly, what supplies I use to get there should be irrelevant.

I do like to forge but admit I will take what ever conveniences I can get if it saves me a step or 10 why the heck not?
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 12 Aug 2011 22:56 #20

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Totally agree with you Steve about the finish :).

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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 14:23 #21

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chris bunting wrote:
i dont quite understand why folk take on a traditional hands on profession then look for ways to take shortcuts and easier ways when it is a known fact it is a physical and hands on craft that requires a lot of forge work . perhaps its just me that sees it this way
chris
So Chris, show us you hand forged nails. :rolleyes:
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 14:51 #22

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i will get photos this week for you . what size ?
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 15:11 #23

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chris bunting wrote:
i will get photos this week for you . what size ?
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Whatever fits the nail holes in the keg shoes you're using, of course. ;)
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 15:15 #24

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tbloomer wrote:
Whatever fits the nail holes in the keg shoes you're using, of course. ;)

have you never made nailes Tom?
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 15:18 #25

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90% of shoes i use are handmades .
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 16:49 #26

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smitty88 wrote:
have you never made nailes Tom?
How much do you get paid for a hand made nail?
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 17:25 #27

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tbloomer wrote:
How much do you get paid for a hand made nail?


Tom were not in this for the money
we are in it for the love of job

7 generations of love for the job
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 17:30 #28

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Too funny Tom I had the same thought about hand making nails, but didn't post it. Tradition is nice but results are what matters.

Quite honestly if in 30 years they come up with a machine that x-rays and attaches shoes to my requested specifications via x-ray. Guess what I would think that fabulous.

Anything to get the horse performing to it's best and I 100% don't see that hand making shoes makes a difference. I have even heard owners referring to them as "homemade" shoes, with a wrinkled nose at the thought.

Brand identity actually does make some difference to clients these days even in horseshoes. They want the brand on the back of the magazine, which is perceived as superior.

In fact in the modern times we now live I would say that for the most part anything that we can hand make can be made more precisely via machine. I have seen the difference being a few mm off can make.

I want precision on my horse and clients horses so if I can buy it cheaper, easier, better AND faster than making it..... to each their own.
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 17:34 #29

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Alicia Thompson wrote:
Too funny Tom I had the same thought about hand making nails, but didn't post it. Tradition is nice but results are what matters.

Quite honestly if in 30 years they come up with a machine that x-rays and attaches shoes to my requested specifications via x-ray. Guess what I would think that fabulous.

Anything to get the horse performing to it's best and I 100% don't see that hand making shoes makes a difference. I have even heard owners referring to them as "homemade" shoes, with a wrinkled nose at the thought.

Brand identity actually does make some difference to clients these days even in horseshoes. They want the brand on the back of the magazine, which is perceived as superior.

In fact in the modern times we now live I would say that for the most part anything that we can hand make can be made more precisely via machine. I have seen the difference being a few mm off can make.

I want precision on my horse and clients horses so if I can but it cheaper, easier, better AND faster than making it..... to each their own.


Precision now thats a nice word:confused:
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RE:Kerckhaert 'comfort' shoe how does it compare to the Mustad Equilibrium? 14 Aug 2011 17:36 #30

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Tom were not in this for the money
we are in it for the love of job

7 generations of love for the job

But we are not all in this for the same reason. I came to this career as an OCD owner/rider who wanted my horses set up in the most advantageous way for their job, conformation, previous injuries, and prevention of future injuries.

They work so hard and give so much when asked the least I can do is see to it they are as comfortable as possible.

I didn't come to this trade for the tradition of farriery I came because I wanted the horses shod right and in my area it was near impossible to get that done.
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