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What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 02:02 #1

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What type of rasp do you use?

Thinking of trying some different brands. Currently, I use a 17" Simmonds Bighoof. It's not available locally since I moved, and the 14" feels like a toy to me.

I know I can buy these online, but I am e-purchaphobic. And ordering them locally requires purchaseing an entire case at full price. Otherwise I have to drive to Houston (+/- 2hrs)
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 02:14 #2

I like Save Edge and they make a 17" for you..... I use a 14 and i have draft horses. The 17" feels too big for my liking.

Drive to Houston and get em from Tom (Alvin Farrier Supply).

Where are you from?

Troy
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 04:21 #3

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Troy, I live in Caldwell, 25mi w of College Station. I am actually closer to the tomball location. I am planning to drive down there to stock my trailer next month. And this will be a non-issue, but in the meantime.

I got real used to that 17" myself. Originally bought it for my percheron, but it cut so much better than the other rasp I had I just started using it on everything. Even little shetland ponies, I liked having the ability to file on both legs at the same time. lol Like that iron chef guy from japan that uses that 20" knife for all his food preperations. "It does the work for you, you just point it"

In fact when I was doing my apprenticeship I used to buy my own rasps to take with me to work on his horses. As a non-paid apperentice.
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 04:43 #4

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I use them on drafts, they dont seem to last nearly as long or seem quite as sharp as the regular rasp to me. But you can try meader supply if you want them shipped to you. They have a good service that includes free shipping (to my area anyway), if you tell them your just starting out they will give you discount http://Meadersupply.com.
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 14:23 #5

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My mentor got me hooked on a 17" rasp now its all I use. If I pick up a 14 inch rasp its also feels like a toy in my hands. Size and weight diffrence I guess. Drives me nuts.


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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 15:38 #6

I' am a big Simmonds fan.

I use 10",14", and 17"

I like the way they cut and feel. They do nice clean work. I use the 10" on minis and foals. The 14" on all regular sized horses and some warmbloods. The "17 the drafts and big warmbloods.

Oh yeah I also use the Simmonds master finish rasp lol

I guess I am a poster child :D
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 16:16 #7

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I was sent an e mail and a newspaper report that Simonds Rasp in Newcomerstown ,Oh. Has been sold to Mustad and will be moved.

Regards

Ray Steele





hcfarrier246 wrote:
I' am a big Simmonds fan.

I use 10",14", and 17"

I like the way they cut and feel. They do nice clean work. I use the 10" on minis and foals. The 14" on all regular sized horses and some warmbloods. The "17 the drafts and big warmbloods.

Oh yeah I also use the Simmonds master finish rasp lol

I guess I am a poster child :D
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 21:47 #8

I started using the rasps that John Zarzecny sells Wood Miller Saw & Knife Company about a year ago and I have been very well pleased. Good price and a great rasp.

PM John here on the forums.

Great to deal with.

http://horseshoes.com/forums/member.php?u=924
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RE:What's your rasp? 30 Nov 2006 23:14 #9

ray steele wrote:
I was sent an e mail and a newspaper report that Simonds Rasp in Newcomerstown ,Oh. Has been sold to Mustad and will be moved.

Regards

Ray Steele

G'Day To All

Sir Ray, is absolutely correct.

Future rasps from Simonds (Mustad) will be manufactured in Colombia, South America.

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John Z.
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RE:What's your rasp? 01 Dec 2006 01:19 #10

Head 2 Toe wrote:
Troy, I live in Caldwell, 25mi w of College Station. I am actually closer to the tomball location. I am planning to drive down there to stock my trailer next month. And this will be a non-issue, but in the meantime.

I know where Caldwell is, I went to Texas A&M. Love it up there and the wife and i hope to move up that way someday. We need about 100 acres. keep an eye open for us!
Head 2 Toe wrote:
I got real used to that 17" myself. Originally bought it for my percheron, but it cut so much better than the other rasp I had I just started using it on everything. Even little shetland ponies, I liked having the ability to file on both legs at the same time. lol Like that iron chef guy from japan that uses that 20" knife for all his food preperations. "It does the work for you, you just point it"

We have Shires and I bought a 17" Save Edge but i just find that i can not move is around as well as i can the 14". Maybe I just need to use it more often.....
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In fact when I was doing my apprenticeship I used to buy my own rasps to take with me to work on his horses. As a non-paid apperentice.

Yep, me too. I buy my own rasps and I'm about to start buying my own nails too. I hate wasting SO many of my mentors nails.... if i bend them just slightly i grab a new one because I'm scared I'm going to mess up... I'm a rookie.

Troy
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RE:What's your rasp? 01 Dec 2006 16:22 #11

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George used to try to pay me, I told him that I would exact my payment in propane, lol. I took to nailing like a fish to water, so I never wasted anything really, (at least not anymore than him) other than old shoes and gas.
Joey Aczon

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RE:What's your rasp? 05 Dec 2006 22:04 #12

Ray say it isn't so!!! I guess that means I have to find another rasp company. lol I am not a big fan of Mustad. I like their Tough Stuff and patch kits. I just hope they don't change the rasp designs. It took me awhile to find a rasp I truly like.

Could you mail me a photo copy of the newspaper article?


ray steele wrote:
I was sent an e mail and a newspaper report that Simonds Rasp in Newcomerstown ,Oh. Has been sold to Mustad and will be moved.

Regards

Ray Steele
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RE:What's your rasp? 05 Dec 2006 23:05 #13

hcfarrier246 wrote:
Ray say it isn't so!!! I guess that means I have to find another rasp company. lol I am not a big fan of Mustad. I like their Tough Stuff and patch kits. I just hope they don't change the rasp designs. It took me awhile to find a rasp I truly like.

Could you mail me a photo copy of the newspaper article?
http://www.timesreporter.com/index.php?ID=59857&Category=1&fromSearch=yes
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Purveyor of Wood-Miller rasps.

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RE:What's your rasp? 06 Dec 2006 00:25 #14

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I believe that John Zarzency provided the web site, If you can't open it let me know,I'll do my best to help you out.

To me there is a bigger issue than rasps, you touched on it in naming the products that you used, now consider the products that you did not mention that have been bought up,in part or in whole by Mustad or Mustad affiliated companies since the 1980's.


Cooper nails
Capewell nails,
Emclavos,(makers of the Delta Nails, Carona nails,Derby nails)
Basic horseshoes
Omega nails?
Tuff Stuff
St Croix Horseshoes and tools,
Simonds,




this is from memory, how many of these products do you use daily?

If the rasp will change, I of course, do not know, but the American farrier,the world farrier, should be cognicent of the market.

I'm not sure that my list is complete,if you want a more complete list I will check my paperwork and contcts when I get a little time.let me know. Let me know if you want a pm about this.
regards

Ray Steele








hcfarrier246 wrote:
Ray say it isn't so!!! I guess that means I have to find another rasp company. lol I am not a big fan of Mustad. I like their Tough Stuff and patch kits. I just hope they don't change the rasp designs. It took me awhile to find a rasp I truly like.

Could you mail me a photo copy of the newspaper article?
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RE:What's your rasp? 06 Dec 2006 02:59 #15

I use St.Croix Shoes as my primary stock, Capewell nails, Tuff Stuff, etc. AHHHHHHHHHHH :mad:

They have not permeated the fine quality St.Croix tools have they??? Please say they didn't.

I am so so mad about this. Now that they have bought Simmonds the quality is going to drop so so quick. I guess I will be moving back to Save Edge.
I hate when companies that are of low quality purchase a company of high quality and destroy their products!! :mad:
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