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TOPIC: how much barstock to cut?????

how much barstock to cut????? 17 Jan 2007 15:25 #1

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anybody know how much barstock to cut for a #5 lite draft shoe. was planning on using 3/8 x 1 , plain stamped. the owner thinks he wear about a 5 and I wanted to make them in the shop.......thanks
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 17 Jan 2007 18:35 #2

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if your going to make a set of draughts get the owner to measure
the front and hind if you cant get to see him before you shoe him

i would make a couple of different size sets if you hadent got that type
of shoe in the van.

seems light iron for the size of shoe
i would prefer 1 1/4 X 1/2
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 00:04 #3

A 5 is probobly about 18 1/2 inches. I subtract 2 1/2 inches for 1 inch width in flat stock and 2 1/4 for concave. If you decide to fuller, subtract another half. Really pitch your nails and maybe set them a touch course, or go to 1/2 by 1nch and a quarter. Then subtract three for plain. Heavy metal, lotsa fun if you like to sweat... :D
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 00:07 #4

E 10's, 1/2 x 1 1/4 fullered, Shire layin on 'ya and no striker... don't get no better than that! ;)
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 00:14 #5

Anvil678

Have the client measure for ya......

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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 01:03 #6

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Doug,
You posted the Bruce Daniels formula for barstock measuring. Talk about complicating the simple. Anybody ever hear of the acronym K.I.S.S.

Instead of that this is much better, Use a stock dimension that is about double the width of the wall at the toe. On the average saddle horse 3/4" usually works nicely.

Measure the same diagonal measurement that you showed. Take that measurement, double it, and add one inch.

Been doing it for years works every time. Forget about the algebra is unnecessary.

For a Draught Horse I'd probably add a little more like maybe an inch and a half to two inches just depending on his size.

Fullering will give a little bit of length too so factor that in also.
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 01:15 #7

Yea, I'm familiar with the K.I.S.S. theory :) ..... Familiar with the S.W.A.G theory? :confused: What ever works......and I'm happy :rolleyes:

Hey, just looked up your profile... What's your caliber of choice for shootin' ??

I prefer my .338 with a sierra 225 gr boat tail pushin' 3000 fps... modified load of course....
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 03:07 #8

I was thinking more like 16". I guess we need to know who's "5" your talking about. :) I don't trust anybody to measure for me anyhow.

I've got to agree with Smitty, 3/8X1" is going to make for a pretty wispy shoe on that size foot. At 16" you might be OK if you bump it and at 18" it's going to look like a training plate.
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RE:how much barstock to cut????? 18 Jan 2007 14:22 #9

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For your average riding horse, I generally use the formula W + L + 1", where W is measurement across the widest part of the hoof, and L is from the centre of the toe to the heel.

For the bigger ponies (draft horses) I normally add 1 1/2" when fullering, 2" if plain stamped.
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