6 Piece Farrier Shoeing Kit

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6 Piece Farrier Shoeing Kit

$42.74

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Product Summary:

 
Farrier Shoeing Kit
 
All the essentials needed for shoeing.
 
Kit Includes:
 

·         14” long rasp, 1 ¾” wide with 3” long handle insert

·         5” long wood rasp handle

·         13 ½” long nail cutters with 1” wide cutting surface and rubberized grips

·          12 ¼” long hammer, 4 ½” wide head with ¾” x ¾” strike hammer head surface

·         8 ½” long left handed hoof knife with 3” long blade and wooden handle

·         13 ½” long clinchers with rubberized handles

Item Number Model Number UPC
E004024 79-4029-0-0 688499155267

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I purchased this farrier kit mainly for the rasp. The metal ring around the rasp handle needed to be glued in position to keep it from sliding. Other than that it works ok. I haven't used the other tools in this kit yet.
April 16, 2014
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These items were recommended by a equestrian friend of mine.
JPE on Jul 30, 2015
These items were recommended by a equestrian friend of mine.
JPE on Jul 30, 2015
what is the red handled tool called?
Justine N on Oct 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: On the far right? That is a clencher. It is used to bend the nails over and "clench" them down after the farrier has cut off the ends on the top side of the hoof.