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William Greene

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About William Greene

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    New York

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Bags, belts and some repairs.
  • Interested in learning about
    leather sewing machines and other leathermaking equipment
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  1. Thank all of you for your replies. I have one other question to bring to the table. After having the timing set twice, it appears the machine becomes, somehow out of sync when I get it back and try it out. I am using size 92 bonded nylon and sews for a very limited distance and then I am right back to where I started all over. Never had this problem with my 111W155. H E L P !!!!!!!1
  2. I meant on your inventory of machines.
  3. Would b nice to know prices on said inventory.
  4. Thanks very much for your speedy answer. I have checked and re-checked all that you have mentioned. I also read that I should probably change out the clutch motor for a servo motor. I don't need the speed of the current motor. Thanks again!
  5. I have a used 211G156 I bought from an upholsterer. Timing was off (would not pick up bobbin thread) Had it repaired not once but now twice. Works well in repair shop but when it gets to my shop...sews a few stitches and then not picking up bobbin thread again. Help please. Driving me nuts.
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