Old Coach Saddlery

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  1. Would an easy out screw extractor work, or is it to small? i have never had a screw that tight. Are you sure it isn’t a reverse thread?
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    simple pouch for work friend

    That’s awesome. ❤️ Speedy
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    Arizona Twist

    So I work mostly on English tack and occasionally on simple western repairs. I have been asked to turn some western stirrup leathers using a wrap method. Can anyone help me out. I am only familiar with the broom method.
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    Yes I have carpal tunnel. I was diagnosed about 10 years ago. I was scheduled for surgery in March and then Covid happened. I wear braces at night and if I have worked them to hard I will also take Meloxicam. I have a small cattle farm and make hay so my surgery has to be in the off season. So I will wait till after the new year. I too have a touch of arthritis. Wish you well with your surgery.
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    Steamer Trunk

    Super job!!!
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    Hello from Kentucky

    Very nice. Welcome to leatherworkers
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    Looking for US supplier for tack/harness hardware

    There is a company called Intrepid international that does list it. 800 347 0033 nickle welded D 2”. #110113 Conway brass 2” # 244541
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    Looking for US supplier for tack/harness hardware

    What is it that you are making? there is Ohio travel bag if you are doing luggage. Chupp Brothers if you are working on harness. I do have some other names I could give you later.
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    Looking for US supplier for tack/harness hardware

    Weaver leather should have what your looking for.
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    Adler 30-70 advice

    Agreed. Love the history.
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    Adler 30-70 advice

    No it was a Sutton stand. It came with the sewing machine. They are used in the shoe industry. I removed the motor and replaced it with a servo and speed reducer. I kept the stand because its compact and put wheels on it so I could tuck it in a corner of the shop and pull it out when needed. I think your Adler is an early model. You should be able to run the motor off the backside of your table. i used a piece of plywood to extend the table out for that purpose.
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    Your favourite tools

    I would have to say my stitching bench. My father gave it to me almost 30 years ago when I started with leather work. He is now gone and it will never leave me.
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    Adler 30-70 advice

    I work mostly on English saddlery. I just happened upon this machine and thought I would replace zippers in tall English riding boots. So I mostly look at it lol. I will oil and run it to keep it moving. I am kind of a sewing machine junky. Can't help it, that's why I have had several Singer patchers come through my shop. I like cleaning them up and get them running again. The Adler was mint and all I did was change the motor to a servo and add a speed reducer.
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    Adler 30-70 advice

    Glad you got it moving freely. I have a 30-70 I picked up about a year ago. I have it set up with 138 thread. They are such nice machines. You are going to love it.
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    Adler 30-70 advice

    I have done a few stuck Singer Patchers without having to disassemble. Oil her up good and keep rotating. So much so that it drips.