Items Tagged with 'Clinchers'


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No Need To Lose That High Nail

This simple trick will let you get a nail where you can clinch it without having to drive a new one
When shoeing in your everyday practice, it is common to drive a nail just a bit too high to clinch.
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Red Flags for Farriers

Is it Time to Toss that Tool?

Look for the signs that your implements are beyond repair
As wear and tear takes its toll on our tools, a farrier's instinct is to tweak, maintain or fix it. There are times, though, when we should resist our natural tendency to repair it.
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Clinchers: Tools For A Final Step

The right feel, height and angles are keys to finding the one that fits your work

Clinchers are one of those tools that were originally developed to help farriers more easily do a job that they’d been doing by less mechanical means for years.

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Common Sense, Regular Care Lengthen Tool Life

Farriers depend on their tools to help them make a living so keeping them on the job as long as possible makes good economic sense
To get longer life from your horseshoeing tools, you don't have to be an expert tool craftsman says Dan Bradley. The farrier from Lucerne, Miss., — who is such an expert craftsman — says extending tool life is largely a matter of paying attention to small details and following manufacturer's suggestions.
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