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TOPIC: Anvil size

RE:Anvil size 16 Oct 2006 02:57 #31

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Bo Terry wrote:
Rick,

Do you secure your anvil somehow to the stump? I have a piece of barstock that I tighten down over the "feet" of my Scott anvil...Makes a huge difference. Goes from a ringer to a dead thumper. Also a magnet helps too.

Bo
No, I don't tie it down. I know I should and it would probably help alot. My anvil is a magnet haven. And they do indeed help.
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RE:Anvil size 16 Oct 2006 05:51 #32

Derin Foor wrote:
I can tell you that my shoe shaping has really improved since I switched from the Calvary 112# anvil (flat horn) to this Scott anvil

Derin
I would really be intrested in seeing you anvil, I have the Calvary now, and it is hard to use the turning cams, and I never use the turnin hole. Also how much do they run? and if I can get one, anyone intrested in a Calvary??? :D
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RE:Anvil size 16 Oct 2006 10:48 #33

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I'll get pictures this week and try to post them here

In the meantime, I'll ask Scott what he has them priced at now ( steel has gone up since I bought mine)

Derin
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RE:Anvil size 16 Oct 2006 13:40 #34

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The key to useing turning cams is to get the shoe red hot so you don't need them.
I use the cams on the heel of my JHM 125 for pricheling nail holes with clips in the way, and they have come in handy for bending stock in some of my smithing projects.
At home I have an unidentified 210 pounder.
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RE:Anvil size 16 Oct 2006 15:22 #35

I agree with you Bill. The best thing i ever did was buy an anvil (150 lb. Emerson) with no turning cams. I get weird looks from other shoers sometimes- but in the long run has made me better in the fire.
Mike
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RE:Anvil size 18 Oct 2006 02:41 #36

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Out on the road, where I mainly do cold forming of factory shoes, I use an anvil I recently shaped up out of 94 lb. USED railway iron (see attached pics). It weighs about 30 lb., and has been bolted to a 1 1/2" thick piece of redwood, with compressed reinforced rubber sandwiched in between, this stops the bounce and ringing in my ears. A few hours with an oxy-torch and angle grinder did most of the work, but had to get a mate to machine the top flat (he biatched like an old tart about how hard it was :p). Yep, it's got turning lugs, and I love them.

I'm looking for a 200+ lber at the moment, for all my hot work, especially the special shoes and draft horse shoeings. At least I have the loan of my former master's (but only on certain days) so I know I can schedule them in.
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RE:Anvil size 21 Oct 2006 02:45 #37

I just upgraded from an NC Short Sugar to the Future 3. Its the difference between a Fiesta and a Ferrari. It seems like ever swing on the new anvil is worth two on the old one!
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RE:Anvil size 22 Oct 2006 03:57 #38

I heard some other farriers saying that the Future anvils didn't have much of a bounce to em cause of the aluminum, is this wrong?
Chad Cordes
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RE:Anvil size 25 Oct 2006 02:01 #39

I've been using the Future for about a week now and maybe it doesn't have quite the 'bounce' as some other anvils but its probably worth it to not have to listen to the thing ring (at all).
Wade
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RE:Anvil size 25 Oct 2006 04:04 #40

Thanks for the info, I like the design of them, just heard some of the guys around here really upset that they didn't feel right to them.
Chad Cordes
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RE:Anvil size 25 Oct 2006 04:49 #41

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CordesShoeing wrote:
Thanks for the info, I like the design of them, just heard some of the guys around here really upset that they didn't feel right to them.

Give me there numbers so I can buy one!

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RE:Anvil size 25 Oct 2006 07:45 #42

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Josh,

I have a future3 modified.

It's just a matter of how impotrant turning cams and a clip horn are to you :rolleyes:

You can email me for pics if you want to check it out.
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RE:Anvil size 29 Oct 2006 11:41 #43

CordesShoeing wrote:
I would really be intrested in seeing you anvil, I have the Calvary now, and it is hard to use the turning cams, and I never use the turnin hole. Also how much do they run? and if I can get one, anyone intrested in a Calvary??? :D
If Calvary means Cavalry then I would be interested, but only if it comes 120lbs worth of free airfreight vouchers ;)
At the time I have a 70lbs NC BigFace, that would perfectly suit me if only the widening was both sides or at least on the opposite side (I am left handed) and old Don spared the useless cliphorn and the 'square toe horn', so basicly it is all right, if only it was completely different. No, the doctor did not say I was gonna get better soon..... :p

As to cowboyjl: Seriously would not want to lift out anything much heavier and definitely not want to put it back 3/5 times a day into the truck.
If you want to get into hot fitting and handmades, you really need something around 125# at least and have to figure out how you tweak the issue of saving your back with a slideout or similar.
Good luck, happy to hear you are getting into hot work, cold shoeing barely touches the surface of farriery :)
Balazs
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RE:Anvil size 31 Oct 2006 16:32 #44

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All you Boys talking about the size of your anvils ......remember its not the size of a fellow's anvil that counts, its what you do with it. :D Patty
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RE:Anvil size 31 Oct 2006 16:50 #45

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Patty,
Why don't you just concentrate on hot rasping and the pysical benifits you wrote about once, and leave the anvil discu-siton alone.
Grins and giggles,
Bill

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