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  1. Hey jimi, reaching out wondering if you might still have parts for the benerable singer 29-4.

  2. Thanks for sharing Hendreforgan, was just wondering why the owner did not just take off the belts and use the hand crank?? you don´t have both hands holding the work but at least you can still use your machine?? They are very nice machines and a gr8 solution for a small workshop, the small knob was probably for changing over with the large handle for when being used with the motor as it would be pretty dangerous that big handle sticking out and flying around. I have one here in the corner, hand crank and without pedestal, it is the slightly older model. I also have a PDF somewhere of the manual if anyone is interested by Gritzner in English and Frobana in German. Frobana.pdf Gritzner-Manual.pdf
  3. Also your thread is not coming out of the notch in the shuttle...
  4. Hi Rickard, did you try not going around the tension disk 1 1/2 times??? this helped me on a 45k.
  5. ...I think wiz is on the right track but i have no clue either, what i do know is if you want to treadle one then better hope it has the original treadle base with it
  6. Hi There, have a look at this post Brissy you might find something?
  7. Nice work Woehlk! well done, its coming along gr8....
  8. I tend to do the minimum in that sense because if things get stuck and the casting breaks then you start thinking.. why did i want to take that part off if it was working Ok!!!
  9. Thanks....The worst part was getting the box with the black 335 with all the parts rattling inside and full of holes!!! the rest is just taking lots of pictures and trial and error, but i did not take the main shaft out so you will have to remember where it all goes afterwards its looking good!.... and they are great machines for wallets!
  10. Hi Woehlk and welcome, very nice machine there, the paint looks very good on your machine, if it was mine i would not repaint it but that is just my opinion. Have a look at this post, this could maybe help a little.
  11. Yeah these are monsters!! I imagine parts would be hard to find and needles probably expensive too?
  12. Yes Silvered, I think they had the 1,2 and 3 needle option, there was a catlouge i think somewhere on here with the models? Great job on the case by the way...looks amazing
  13. Great to hear you got it going again
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