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The AUSTRALIAN STOCK SADDLE Co.

America's Original Aussie Saddle Source Established 1979; Email Address TASSC@aol.com

The home of Aussie Saddles, Tack and Shootist Gun Leather Holsters and accessories

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Malibu, CA 90265
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184 N. Kanan Dume Rd
Malibu, CA 90265
Phone: (818) 889-6988
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How do I attach a Monkey Grip to my Saddle?

 

Monkey Grips are affixed in various ways. First, NEVER attach them to the horseshoe D rings. These Ds are not strong enough to sustain a "panic pull." These D's are for light cargo, such as a coat. Monkey grips are always affixed to the square bracket to which you also fit the breastplate. Both leathers will fit under there. If your rectangular breastplate bracket it screwed on, back out the Phillips head screws and wiggle the bracket through the loop at the end of the plaited section of the Monkey Grip. then screw the bracket back in. If you are going to use this method, tell us and we will send you longer ,correct saddler's screws, so they will bite into virgin territory of the tree, under the leather. The Monkey Grip is plaited from thick leather, so it "stands up" on its own stiffness. If the breastplate bracket is the "clete" type, with no screws, then you undo a "cowboy knot" that is laced to each end of the Monkey Grip, and slip this leather piece under the fixed bracket, then re-do the self-tightening cowboy knot. Do one knot at a time, so you can easily do it correctly, because you will have a sample from which to work.

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