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02indian

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  1. Matt S would you happen to have a manual for the 45K21? I picked it up Sunday
  2. I’m not sure how I unhid my question, I’m still having trouble moving through this site and figuring it out
  3. I found a Viking industrial 33-10 that needs love, thoughts on this machine? Will it do a straight stitch? I know it’s mainly for fabric but will it sew leather? I don’t know anything about this machine or if you can still get parts for it but I’d sure like to bring it back to life just because I think it’s a cool old machine. thanks
  4. I never thought about turning the old clutch motor into a burnisher. That’s a great idea
  5. 155 after I redid it
  6. I did put a servo on my 111W155 and I like it a lot better then the clutch motor
  7. It does have a clutch motor and table and it’s been painted with a rattle can.
  8. Thank you, unfortunately I don’t have and pictures at this time
  9. Is $400 a good price for it?
  10. Thank you very much i have a 111W155 and a Cowboy Outlaw so I’m getting use to not having reverse. (Can’t miss what you never had) right? the one I’m looking at has a rattle can paint job on it and needs some TLC but the owner says it’s in good working order.
  11. I might have the opportunity to buy a 45K21 for $400. I mostly make holsters but I also make gun belts and rifle slings. I’ve looked on Google but I can’t find the info I’m looking for. What’s the thread size I can use on it from the smallest to the largest? What’s the thickest it will sew? I just picked up a 111W155 to use on belts, bags and such. I’m excited to put it to work. I wish I could use 207 on it but I can’t get it to do it and I don’t want to mess anything up on it.
  12. Is a singer 111W152 in good working order worth $400.00? I found one locally and the seller isn’t willing to budge on the price. thanks
  13. Thank you all and I’m sorry for the delayed reply. I ended up getting a awesome deal on a Cowboy outlaw that I couldn’t turn down. I’ve been playing with it and I made a holster with it and I love it so far. I do think I’ll look for a machine that will do thin leather for bags and purses and try my hand at those. thanks again everybody
  14. The CB4500 is the machine I want the most and I have gotten prices from a couple people. thanks everyone
  15. Wiz, I also have my Grandma’s old Kenmore 117-36 that I thought about trying to covert to sew leather for Chaps and other things. Do you think that machine can be converted? I haven’t been able to find any specs on it. I’m in the process of cleaning it and getting it back to working order now. It’s a Kenmore 117-36 long shuttle id post pics but haven’t figured out how to post them yet. Lol
  16. Wiz, I have thought about getting a table attachment for the cylinder arm machine and that would probably be best because I have a small work area. I would like to learn how to make chaps some day and I’m not sure if the machines that do the thicker work will do the thinner work as well.
  17. Hello all, I’m new the the group and new to leatherwork. I’m having a little trouble moving through this website to find what I’m looking for. I’m in need of two machines for making holsters, I would like a cylinder arm and a flat bed. I have done a lot of research on the cylinder arm and I think I know what I’m going to go with but I have no idea what to go with as far as the flat bed machine. I like old machines but I’m literally open to anything that will sew thick leather using 207 bonded nylon or thread that’s pretty close to that. thoughts, options, anything that you might have for sale? thanks for educating me
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