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    Default BT Crump - adjustable tree?

    Do the BT Crump Zaldi's have an adjustable tree? All I see is "Spring" tree.



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    I don't think so
    collegiate probably makes one and is in the same price range
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    though not typically considered adjustable, to my knowledge spring trees can be adjusted a bit by select very qualified saddlers, and they can only be altered once or twice in their life time.

    contact smith worthington, trumbull mountain or these folks to ask more:
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    Thanks guys. I didn't think it was adjustable. I'm suggesting my friend pass on this saddle, it doesn't fit her very well and I don't like the idea of a non-adjustable tree.



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    Zaldi trees are definitely if they are the newer ones, and I am pretty sure the older ones could be as well, but not as much.

    Zaldi is actually a brand made in Spain, and their newest lines are pretty exciting.

    I'm not familiar with BT Crump other than when they had the lower end Stubbens--made in the same factory or something?

    If it's a true Zaldi saddle, yes, it can be adjusted. If that's a model name of a BT Crump saddle, I've no idea.
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    Interesting, thanks!

    It was definately a BT Crump. What had me concerned was I couldn't find a name of the model anywhere, just some numbers (serial numbers maybe) and the BT Crump stamp. The only reference to Zaldi was the saddle cover that came with it. The billets were placed really weird too.



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    Ah... just a mismatched cover.

    For some reason Stubben trees are NOT adjustible. (which I hate, I love me a good Ancient Stubben) and many of the Crump saddles were made by Stubben...

    So I'd proceed with caution.
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