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robinsone

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    Bloomington, IN
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    Hockey Equipment Repair

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  1. Never again will you find a Singer 45k69 on an originally restored treadle table such as this. Truthfully belongs in a museum. You will not find a Singer 45k69 like this ever again. Treadle table with integrated knee lift, bobbin winder attached to head and thread stand. Asking price is $1495 Located in Bloomington, Indiana Prefer not to ship to assure the security and safety of this restoration. Serious inquiries can text me 312-493-3140
  2. Rare Singer 45k53 in immaculate condition kept and maintained by Evo160k here on leatherworker. You will not find a Singer 45k53 in this condition ever again. On a custom wood space saving table on caters with servo motor and reducer pulley. Bobbin winder attached to the head with thread stand. Asking price is $1495 Located in Bloomington, Indiana Prefer not to ship to assure the security and safety of this restoration. Serious inquiries can text me 312-493-3140
  3. Singer 45k25 restored by user Evo160k in a painstaking japanning process (this work was recorded on this site). You will not find a Singer 45k25 in this condition ever again. Incredible restoration, really belongs in a museum. On a custom metal space saving table with powerful electric motor and reducer pulley. Including bobbin winder and thread stand. Asking price is $1295 Located in Bloomington, Indiana Prefer not to ship to assure the security and safety of this restoration. Serious inquiries can text me 312-493-3140
  4. This is a very small post bed. I have a 51w55 and its not really built for thick materials. Post bed wise look for a Singer 136w or the 167w as that's the walking foot.
  5. Singer 153w103, can anyone help me with removing the stitch length dial or knob here. I can't seem to get it out no matter what I do and I'm concerned about damaging it. I've removed all the screws from the access plate adjacent to it. Thanks in advance!
  6. @Jimi, can you message me or email me? robinson.erik@gmail.com, I'd appreciate it, thanks!
  7. Would it be possible for you to take detailed measurements of the table? It would be helpful for us trying to build a similar table like the one in the picture? Thanks in advance.
  8. Price Reduced. Willing to take $400 for the machine.
  9. Mercury M-120-1 machine (head only) for sale. No reverse but it does have a plate which can be inserted over the cylinder arm. Comes with 4 bobbins and original manual. Looking for $600 plus shipping, OBO. Feel free to ask any questions. Selling for no negative reason, just need a walking foot for my application which is hockey equipment repair and I do not need this anymore.
  10. That's very helpful. Is there a good resource where I can find equivalent needle system descriptions or table. I have some information concerning the needle systems but I'm not sure if it is dated or what the popular equivalent might be. I've searched extensively online but I can't seem to find a good resource. Let me know if you have any good ideas or linker, thanks.
  11. Recently new to the heavy duty sewing. I repair and modify hockey equipment but rely on leather or industrial sewing machines. I've acquired a Sears/Kenmore 158.504, as well as a Chinese Shoe Patcher (Singer 29k clone) and a Mercury M-120 (Singer 45k, SC-5, GA-5 clone). These allow me a certain level of speed and access as well as a increasing needle/thread size per application. What I am having issues with is the Needle System and corresponding Needle Size. I found this table online and because I am using single needle heavy duty machines or equivalent should I be choosing needle sizes according to the 135x5 Needle system. I'm looking for some clarity so I don't purchase needles for the wrong system or that wouldn't fit the machines I am currently using. Any assistance would be appreciated.
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