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did not know they made 1 double seated Benchmark saddle for sale. Front seat is 15 inches and the back seat is 10 inches.
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I would love to have seen the tree before the saddle was built. :lol: :lol: :lol: I notice also its Texas rigged; or double cinched like a working saddle, with deep seats and a fairly high rise cantle
 

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My bossman has one similar to that in his office, of all places. Ill sneak a pic of it, and make an attempt at posting it from my iphone.
 

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John M said:
My bossman has one similar to that in his office, of all places. Ill sneak a pic of it, and make an attempt at posting it from my iphone.
ask him if they are special made and why does he have 1? does he use it? ;)
 

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Well, I left my phone in my office when I went up there, but he said he doesnt know who made it or where it come from, but his Dad use to take him on rides with it.
 

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Never seen one, but with those short stirrups in back it definitely a "papoose" seat.
 

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caseman said:
did not know they made 1 double seated Benchmark saddle for sale. Front seat is 15 inches and the back seat is 10 inches.
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Jr. it almost looks like a 'bicycle built for two"... Never seen one before.
 
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