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Roping Saddle For Pickups
"It puts the roper out front where it's easier to catch stubborn cattle and horses," explains Elwood Fyten, inventor-manufacturer of the new "Bumper Saddle" for pickups.
The saddle is built into a steel bumper which replaces the regular front bumper. "The platform provides two feet of standing space for the roper and is protected with rails so the roper can't fall out, or be injured by the animal being roped," Fyten points out. The saddle has a built-in steel horn (covered with rubber) which serves the same purpose as the horn on a regular saddle.
The unit attaches with four bolts and is easily removed if you want to re-install the original bumper, such as when you trade trucks.
Sells for $385.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Whiteline Mfg., Box 190, Bowden, Alberta. Can. TOM OKO (ph 403 224-3321).


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1983 - Volume #7, Issue #3