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Concave Speeding Cutting Front Shoe

Gary Darlow A.F.C.L demonstrates how to build a concave speedy cutting front shoe from 12 inches of ¾ by 7/16 fullered concave steel. Speedy cutting is a form of brushing and occurs when the inner branch of the shoe strikes the opposite leg in the knee region and is usually caused by poor conformation, such […]
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