Format: There should be two lines of numbers on your serial plate. The top line is the model number. The bottom line is the serial number and will begin with the year of production.
Model # 123-456-7890-12 Ex. 271-611-5249-C1
Serial # 2019__ Ex. 2019211
(This is the number to type in the search box to the right.)
If your saddle is not in this format please click here.
The Serial Number Search is for Saddles 2006 and never.
Breaking Down the Model Number
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 2019211
If your model number starts with SP or 9212 ignore the prefix and suffix, the model number will be the core number matching the style below. Ignore the serial number for now.
The model number signifies the style of the saddle. Current styles are listed on our website, although some details may have changed depending on the year of your saddle. For older models, we have Authentication Certificates for additional information.
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - 16.5" seat
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Black
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Tooled
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - In skirt Western with straight rear dee
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Full skirt
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Long trail fenders
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Oversized Trail Glide EBS stirrups
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Copper Cross conchos with chrome hardware
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - Medium tree fit (SQHB)
These are additional options that can be added to Tucker saddles, not all saddles will have these marked.
Example: 271-611-5249-C1 - None
The serial number is a unique identifier. It is created by using the year the saddle began production and the count of saddles.
Example: 2019211- this saddle would have been the 211th saddle started during 2019.