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Got my narrow foot set and feed dog set from @Patrick1 at HEP My ferdco didn’t come with a feed dog or plate. And also the narrow foot I have wasn’t open for visibility in the front of the toe. Patrick’s sets are beautifully made. Haven’t sewn more than a bunch of scrap yet as I just installed them but I really like having the feed dog for more positive feeding. I got the #25 set since I often sew heavier goods but I may get a narrow feed dog set soon. Over all a big improvement from the stock ferdco and I like it better than the cobra foot set I tried. The feed dog brings the most improvement in my opinion and since it’s beveled and polished doesn’t seem to mark much at all. Wouldn’t hesitate to get a set of you have a ferdco or any juki 441 clone without a feed dog.
$ 600. For sale is this Ferdco 6/6 Heavy Leather Stitcher. This machines has been cleaned, refurbished and tested. It is stitching straight & tight stitches. It has both a hand operation mode and a powered operation mode. Capable of stitching up to 1" of veg tan, it's perfect harness, tack and holsters. Cash Only, no warranty provided. Just want it out of my way. Machine is very heavy. You will need a truck to move it. If you're looking for a heavy leather stitcher under $1000, this is it. Don't pass it up. I'm in Dallas, and will not ship.
Ferdco Juki Super Bull 2000
westernsaddler posted a topic in Leather Sewing MachinesHi Everyone, I have a Ferdco Juki 2000 Super Bull which I bought new in December 1996, Question is, When we get really wet weather the hand wheel is very hard to turn however it sews perfectly and the belt doesn't slip. The machine is oiled properly and regular. Any thoughts or suggestions. Am I missing something even after 22 yrs ? Thanks in advance, John
Acquired machines this week
Ken Nelson posted a topic in Leather Sewing MachinesI picked up two sewing machines from a saddle shop going out of business this week. They were bought new by an older gentleman and have been lightly used and well taken care of. I don't know rather to keep them and sell my Cobra Class 4 and Pfaff 545 H4 or sell these two machines. One is a Juki Pro 2000 by Ferdco, looks and sews like new the other is a Ferdinand walking foot chap machine, both have clutch motors and speed reducers. Slow and easy to sew on I could not get the pictures to attach here. They are pretty cool.
Ferdco Pro 2000 For SaleFOR SALE: I have a Ferdco Pro 2000 Super Bull with boot, shoe and saddlers attachments. Amazing machine, I have made hundreds of items on this machine from Holsters, Chaps, Saddles and tack, repairs etc. Looking for a machine that works for you? This is the one. Complete with stand and speed reducer, needles and thread. Owners manual and machine nomenclature included. I have had zero problems with this machine, Well taken care of and clean, used to make new items. Attached a few pictures of items made with this machine. Ferdco Pro 2000 Super Bull $3000 ***I am selling my complete leather shop, if you are interested, please contact me for more information.
Ferdinand Ferdco Bull 900B Sewing Machine For Sale
Tomahawkportland posted a topic in Old/Soldferdinand bull for sale in Portland, Oregon $1500 obo. http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/tls/5227200843.html email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info Thanks Mike
Ferdco Bull - Tension Post And Foot Lift
2palominos1bay posted a topic in Leather Sewing MachinesMy Ferdco dropped a screw that is located holding side-connecting-bar to presser-bar-lift-link of foot lift components. This disconnection happens to be right by the upper tension post on my machine. Not sure if the screw went inside the machine /behind the face plate/ and is now waiting to wreck damage inside that housing. But as I'm studying this, wondering where to get a new hinge screw to replace the missing one, I'm wondering to myself if it is lodged someplace inside that cover. And then I see the thread-releasing-plate which is part of the tension post components is slipped out of position. My manual does not show what I need to see...like where that tension release plate should line up relative to the upper tension disk. I'm overwhelmed. With orders to get out. And the only one working on Black Friday? And ideas about who sells parts to replace the missing hinge screw is appreciated greatly. And ideas how to talk to an expert on making these repairs, well, greatest appreciation doesn't cover it. Thanks, Lisa Picture shows pressed bar lift link at is point of detachment and tread releasing plate. I think I have to go into the machine behind the face plate so YIKES!