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  1. #1
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    Default Cheek pieces

    Where do I find bridle parts? Just Bridles seems kind of spendy for a pair of cheek pieces. FWIW, the tack store pickings are slim around here.



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    Beval sells bridle parts, and their bridles come in all price ranges, although I can't imagine they would be cheaper than Just Bridles.

    Bobby's bridles can be bought separately but unfortunately I can't remember the website that sells them that way. If you do a search on Bobby's bridles though I'm sure it will turn up.

    My local tack shop carries spare bridle parts, including cheek pieces. And I think Dover also sells replacement parts in various price ranges.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BAC View Post
    Bobby's bridles can be bought separately but unfortunately I can't remember the website that sells them that way. If you do a search on Bobby's bridles though I'm sure it will turn up.
    The site that I know of is eqtack.com.
    However, they don't sell all their varieties.



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    i think the site that sells a bunch of bridle parts is

    justbridles.com
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    This lady sells Bobby's bridles and may have or be able to get you cheek pieces.
    http://rockhorseranch.webs.com/
    Very nice to work with and she has some great deals.



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    I saw some reasonably priced bridle parts in Bit of Britain a couple of months ago, and I think there were normal cheekpieces. I believe that John Nunn actually mentioned that they were in there for people who couldn't find any reasonably priced bridle parts
    send some of their smart literate deer who can read road signs up here since ours are just run of the mill dumb ones who get splatted all over creation because they won't stay in the woods



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    Quote Originally Posted by superpony123 View Post
    i think the site that sells a bunch of bridle parts is


    justbridles.com
    OP's post specifically said that JustBridles was too expensive, he/she is looking for a cheaper alternative.



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