Okay. My saddle has a squeaking problem. I've had it for probably 7 years, so it's not brand new. It has squeaked from the get go. I've had quite a tough time breaking it in, but I take really good care of it and it's in great condition.
I really believe that it is the leather, not an internal problem, as the sound seems to come from everywhere...surround sound if you will.
I have oiled and conditioned it plenty; I don't know what else I can do to remedy the problem!
FWIW, it is a Crosby Excel H... anyone else have had similar problems... how is it fixable?
Last edited by eventerdiva; Jun. 23, 2010 at 10:35 AM.
Reason: i hit post before i was finished...
When you baby powder it, flip it upside down onto something soft so you don't scratch it. Have it flat on its "back". Shake a bit of powder right in under the flaps, and shake the saddle gently to help it get into the nooks and crannies around the tree.