Recently I have two stock whips come in for a repair.
The first whip needed a new keeper:
The first step in replacing the keeper was cutting off the old one:
Then I put a new keeper on, and it’s good to go:
The second stock whip needed a keeper and a fall. I started with replacing the keeper:
So I cut off the old one:
And put an new one on:
While I was putting the lash onto the handle, I noticed the lash’s keeper was torn pretty bad:
I called the owner and we talked about a couple of options and we decided to sew around the tear to add strength to the whip:
And the whip is now back in crackin’ shape!
These are in the mail back to their new owner.
If you’ve got a whip that needs a repair, feel free to contact me and we can chat about fixing it.