Posted 15 November 2012 - 12:31 AM
I just wanted to chime in here, . . . saying thank you to all the comments, . . .
I have a custom saddle here in my living room right now, all disassembled so I can put new sheepskin on it, . . . belongs to a friend of mine at church.
I was just hoping I could find out "anything" about this, . . . as this saddle had maybe a dab on the front and rear lower corners, . . . and that was all. The whole sheepskin on both sides was loose as the skin on a fat groundhog. It seemed that the maker used some kind of cement right at the edges where it was sewn, but nowhere else hardly on either side.
My Stohlman books said rubber cement, . . . but I just wanted a "second opinion" and you guys came through.
Again, . . . thank you to all, . . .
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