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How much does it cost to have a saddle reflocked?

Discussion in 'Tack & Equipment' started by AutumnAttic, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. AutumnAttic

    AutumnAttic Senior Member+

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    Worse case scenario and then normal scenario.
    how much does it cost to have an english saddle restuffed/reflocked?
     
  2. AutumnAttic

    AutumnAttic Senior Member+

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    bumppppppppppppppppppp
     
  3. Just_me

    Just_me Senior Member+

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    reflocking costs between 50$-120$,depending on where you get it done,what kind of saddle you have,etc.
     
  4. AutumnAttic

    AutumnAttic Senior Member+

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    thank you!
     
  5. MyBelgianAzzy

    MyBelgianAzzy Senior Member+

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    I think I paid close to $300 for a Crosby that was SO flattened, it was like having no stuff at all.
     
  6. jumpthemoon

    jumpthemoon Senior Member+

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    If it has foam type flocking inside they have to remove all of it (PITA) and so it will cost a lot more than just adding woool to an exsisting wool flocked saddle. From foam to wool I would guess $300+. Call Pelham Saddlery and or Rick's Hertitage Saddlery to get a better idea.

    :)
     
  7. AutumnAttic

    AutumnAttic Senior Member+

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    oh , okay. thanks!
     
  8. Rhythm 'n Blues

    Rhythm 'n Blues Senior Member

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    Depends if you have a foam, wool or air stuffed saddle.

    The foam is so expensive b/c they can't correct it, to have it done means removing everything and going to wool....not something that alot of saddle fitters will even touch; at least not Canada that is.
     
  9. MidnightStarr

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    i pay 95 dollars to reflock my saddles
     

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