Billy Cook Matt Tyler So Roper Saddle

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Product Summary:

Tree: Bullhide MT Roper
Gullet: 6 1/2"
Bars: Quarter Horse
Bar length: 23
Rigging: Full Double with stainless steel dees
Cantle: 4" Cheyenne roll with rawhide binder, stainless steel laced and tooled overlay
Swell: 12 1/1"
Horn: 3" Dally with Rawhide binder
Weight: 44 lbs
Stirrups: 3" rawhide deep roper
Seat: Suede

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This billy cook saddle does not have a model number? What is it? is it really a billy cook or a copy of the original model?
A shopper on May 20, 2015
Best Answer: The model number is 29179855.
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HI there its my first time looking for a roping saddle. I see two options roughout and slickout. I understand the basic meaning of the two options but now sure how it applies to this particular saddle. Can you explain it to me please?
Rafael t on May 15, 2015
Best Answer: Its not the seat you sit on that's swade on the Matt Tyler saddle teamroper. Slickout is the smooth side of leather...... Ruffout is the backside of leather.... If you order a saddle that is ruffout after a couple of years your saddle will look worn at your knees and look old, it will look smooth at the knees @ not match the rest of the rough out, most people order slickout. Roughout will keep you more glue to the saddle
Reply · Report · Matthew K on May 15, 2015
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