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  1. Open to sensible offers for these rare SD28 parts..in pounds sterling £ Will post worldwide at cost..buyer is responsible for any import duties/taxes. Shuttle/hook with 2 bobbins...hook looks good and it picks up thread in my machine, has some surface rust and pitting on the bottom. 2 more spare bobbins. Super rare harness stitching plate with edge guide and screw..in great condition. Needle strike plate or whatever it is called...size 5/6 14 used needles...some have slight surface rust and or wax build up but could be cleaned, sharpened a re-used? Mostly size 6 with a few 5s I think? In my other post I have a fully working Junker & Ruh SD28 with needles for sale.
  2. Good afternoon, Brand new to me Singer 211G165 I've acquired as a very dirty barn find. This is my second machine, but first industrial. I previously refurbed an old Singer 403A and it is performing flawlessly. I'm a newbie overall - worked on a few creations on the 403A - and I'm interested to begin crafting heavier items including canvas, leather, and vinyl. This forum has been invaluable already and a prime source for great info on these older industrial machines. I already have several manuals and the parts list downloaded and have begun study. My first step is some heavy cleaning which is in process, followed by a thorough lube and setup audit. I've yet to try to sew. Any input on best steps forward is welcome! I have a few questions already that could help me quickly finding parts and information: 1) the 111W155 seems to be the grandfather of many of these machines and I see references to cloned models by other makers. Are there any direct clone brothers to my own Singer 211G165 from Juki, Brother, TecSew or others that I can freely interchange parts from? Which of their models? I do see there are G, U, and A versions of my 211 and I have their materials. 2) I've already noticed that the presser lever in the rear is gone. It has a pedal lift but I would really like to reset it to stock and have something that can lock it in the raised position (the pedal doesn't lock when raised). I've done a ton of online parts searching for presser lift lever part #508309. I can't find it anywhere. Can anyone help with best sites or where to try to find one? If not could the sister machine's levers work on mine? 3) I have a lot of screws that are chewed up and a couple are missing (e.x faceplate only has 1 screw intact). Are these pretty generic or do you need to find every nut, screw, and set screw by their specific location and part #? Again I'm worried about sourcing these. 4) Adjusting the stitch length per the manual works OK but doesn't appear to be changing the motion range of the feed dogs or needle.... will need to look at this one for sure. Something locked up maybe? Thanks for sharing your experience as I get underway! Bruce
  3. Are the Landis 30 (no longer in production as far as I can tell) and the Master Tools Leather Splitter the same machine? I'm having trouble setting up my Landis 30, which is missing the two screws that are set on the back just below the blade. I'm considering ordering the Master Tools gauge from Weaver to help set it up properly. Will the Master Tools splitter blade fit the Landis 30? Thanks for your help.
  4. The part is actually the gear that controls the two arms on the cylinder, not sure if I need the whole kit that Horse n' Harness 330-277-6827 jannaomi@cboss.com offered, but their email is bouncing, no answer by phone and shopping cart online not working.
  5. Hello Everyone, First time posting here so please be understanding with terminology and what not - any help/suggestions is appreciated. I have what I believe is an early singer 16k SV - only issue is there is not a model number tag on it like most (aside from the serial number - 5603810 - 1883) - Do you agree with this or have any reason for why it could be a different model? Hopefully once this is confirmed I will be able to track down and eliminated a few of these issues: 1- When taking off the tension part from where the handwheel attached my brother broke it. I have no idea what this piece is called and have been searching high and low. It seems to have been connect by a pin to an internal spring maybe? We have not tried to remove the part stuck in the rod yet as I do not want to make a bad situation worse. I really feel even knowing the name or part number would really help. 3- I also believe that I have a jump foot and long beak shuttle - my brother and I broke the top foot and I am looking to replace this as well - any suggestions? 4- Needles, needles, needles....can anyone tell me what you would try first/what to look for? 5- Does anyone know what this little clip would be called on the slide plate? It still stays on but I would like to complete as much as possible. Again, thanks in advance and any iformation and or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
  6. I use a Techsew SK5 bell skiver. The issue with its design is that the top feed roller is a tapered cylinder. This roller doesn't match the contour of the bell blade, therefore it takes a scalloped cut out of the leather rather than a flat skive. On bag panel edges, it's fine. But trying to take flat skive out of wallet components is near impossible. Is anyone aware of where I might be able to find a replacement roller that would match the contour of the blade?
  7. Hi, new here and new to leather working and heavy machines, minus my old singer 96k. (But been working as seamstress at menswear shop 11years so have a general knowledge of sewing) I have just bought a second hand singer 45k89 but it only came with the one foot. I am wondering if anyone can help me find more feet and possibly a bobbin winder that attaches to the machine body (not the table, if that makes any sense) I have asked a company called college sewing online but they have ignored my message and I’ve scoured eBay and I’m only finding bobbins and cases. So thought I’d ask a forum of people who know! Thanks in advance any help is much appreciated!
  8. I have not been able to find the female half of the hinges for a Singer 112w139. These are the part of the hinge that mounts on the table to allow the machine to be tilted back. Ebay has a few of the male half that mount to the machine itself, but not the female. The male part uses a curved tab that appears to mount in a slot, but it isn't even shown in the parts book, so I can't even find a picture. The machine is so heavy that it is extremely difficult to lift strait up for access to the underside for adjusting and oiling. I have searched for any source of these parts and have been unable to find any.
  9. Hello! Any suggestion on European sites where i can find spare parts for Adler machines. Not just presser foot and bobbins! i am looking for this one!
  10. Hi, I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me. I am looking for a specific part for a Pearson #6 machine. Unfortunately I don't know much at all about these machines... so if I have got information wrong or I am using the wrong terminology I apologise in advance. The picture I have attached of the part is really low res but it is the metal plate that holds the shuttle in that I am missing. I don't know if the picture is of the same machine but it's the only reference image of a similar part I could find online. Ideally I would love to be able to purchase this part from somewhere (and it doesn't have to be in New Zealand, although that does make it easier) but other wise if there is someone in Auckland that has one of these machines that I could look at and could get a metal worker to make a new part from an existing part. If anyone has any info that could help me even just the right terminology for this part it would be hugely appreciated! Thanks so much!
  11. Okay, sort of a short lead up. I’m new here. I’ve been looking for a used walking foot sewing machine (I know, join the club, apparently) that will work for a newbie. I think I’m looking for a machine for light to medium duty leather work for bags, and small goods in vegan and chrome tan leather. But I don’t think I’m ready to go whole hog and get a new $2-4,000 machine. Live been looking at both flatbed and cylinder arm machines such as the conservative and Juki types but I think I’d like to start on a used machine such as the Pfaff flatbed 1245, 545, or the cylinder 335. So I finally found one available for around $1000 but I think it’s missing a grease housing cover in the craigslist photos so I ended up finding a machine diagram, then a parts list, and then a website that has parts for a reasonable price. Impressive. Check out my findings for a 1245 grease housing front and back: Diagram list:: https://www.universalsewing.com/tek9.asp?pg=parts_pfaff#expanded scroll down to 1245 then the actual diagram: https://www.universalsewing.com/images2/parts_lists/all/6mdl64b0.pdf Go to page 16 to see the housing that surrounds the transfer gears that power the bobbin. Part numbers 91-141 546-05 and 91-141 545-05 So so I go searching and I find a site that apparently sells these two pieces for under a dollar. https://www.strima.com/pfaff/cat/pg-484/st-0/k-2002309/ Sure. Great find. But knowing I can replace many of these parts at all is a boon on a machine that’s likely as old as I am! I’m impressed with myself and that got me the nerve to post on this here forum in hopes it helps someone else, too. Cheers! Also, if you have additional tips for this noob I’m all ears. This forum is fantastic.
  12. I recently purchased a Pfaff 1245 706/47 (Older style in great condition), and I'm having trouble finding presser and walking feet that actually fit. I've tried a couple of the inexpensive ones from on-line stores with no luck. The so-called "Matching Sets" don't actually match. One presser foot had the wrong size hole, so the shoulder of my screw would not pass through it. Another walking foot would not slide onto the shaft because the diameter of the hole was too small. Can anyone refer me to a reliable supplier that might have actual OEM Pfaff parts rather than the after market stuff? I have found a few feet that are advertised as "Original," but the prices are over $100 in some cases, so I'm also wondering if this is the going rate for OEM Pfaff parts? This is my first attempt at a forum, so please bear (I had to check Bare or Bear?) with me.
  13. I bought a replacement for the tension assembly on my Consew 226. When it arrived, I realized it was very poor quality, and the spring tension was insufficient to sew. I also noticed that the tension discs were offset from the controller spring assembly. On the original, these two parts are nearly in the same plane. On the replacement, the tension discs stick out further from the machine. At any rate, I am looking for a high quality tension assembly for my 226. Ideally it would be made in Japan with comparable quality to the original Seiko part. I like the kind with the double-wide tension nut, as it seems to help keep the threaded rod straight. Any ideas where to source a good tension assembly? Everywhere I search seems to turn up the same inexpensive (and ineffective) version. Thanks
  14. I have parts from the lower portion of a singer 97-10, everything from the pedal to the flywheel. The parts i have are included in the pictures, i have no idea how much these parts are worth, if anything. so if you are interested please message me. http://imgur.com/a/H35N1
  15. I desperately need a Hook Driving Pinion Thrust Washer #224022 in a hurry
  16. My new toy, the Adler 205/370 with Efka variostop is now in my living room. I am taking the main parts off, as the table needs modifying.It was not quite up to the travelling. Also I will not be using the Variostop and pneumatic stuff. I have taken off the Camozzi air operating cylinders for reverse and foot lift. The reverse lever now does not stay in place. The parts book shows a detent ball and spring thing for the zero or neutral position. I cannot see anything else in the parts book that is used to keep the reverse lever up. Is friction between the plastic block on the lever and the plastic faceplate supposed to do the job? Or what parts am I missing?
  17. Shoe parts Cutting Dies Hi all, Can anyone advise on where I can purchase some cutting dies for baby shoes? Thank you
  18. Hey all, I'm looking into restoring a Singer 7-33 machine. Looking to get the upper and lower thread tensioning assemblies. Anyone have any ideas where I might pick these up at a reasonable price? Thanks, Jim Rasmussen
  19. Hi folks I was just wondering if anyone could help me. I've got a singer 29k15 and the main shaft, part number 82010, had got a slight bend in it. Which means it won't treadle. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement for it, or does anyone have one that they wouldn't mind selling me. I've looked on ebay and there is nothing in the UK. I can get hold of the same part for a 29k 71. Would this part fit in my machine? Cheers Tim
  20. hey everyone, I need some needles, bobbins and bobbin holders for my Singer 29K58 and my Singer 31-15. Is there someone in Canada who carries such things and if so, whom???
  21. Hi All, Wondering if anyone knows if parts for a Nippy NP-1(?) bell knife skiver are available in Australia anywhere? I have a mostly complete unit rescued from the tip as a TAFE college shut down. The skiver is missing a small drive shaft that turns the stone inside the bell knife. It's a shame not to be able to use it just because of one little part....... Last I looked the Nippy site in Japan was pretty hard to navigate or understand, hence asking for someone that speaks Aussie(or even tolerable english) and hopefully can tell their billabongs and bunyips apart. Thanks!
  22. titles and tags hope it makes since . they use to make and offer for sale leather 3 sided corners they were used on luggage and bags. are they offered for sale any where now. I know I could make them ,easier to buy if there out there
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    45K21 For Sale

    I have for sale a 45k21. It is a nice looking machine except it is worn out. I installed a new shuttle in it and it still will not sew. I tried to get it to sew but to no avail. The photos show some of the problems with the machine. The "green" photo with the red circle is a tapered screw with a tapered flat spot to locate the part it holds in place this was installed incorrectly. I took the screw out and realigned the parts and put it back together. The nut in the middle photo is the opposite side of the tappered screw. Just to the left of the nut is the end of the rocking device for the shuttle drive shaft. This screw is not missing. If you remove the screw the shuttle can not be retimed. There is a tapered drive pin to the left of the screw. The only way to adjust the shuttle timing is to remove the drive pin and reinstall the screw and use the screw to hold the shaft. The new shuttle brings the hook to the middle of the needle after moving the 3/16th inch up to retard the timing the hook in just 1/16 inch to the left of the needle. This position does not allow time to form the loop to sew. Thas is as far as I have gone and am going. This is the 3rd week trying to fix this thing. I have had enough. I did find some screws and parts that are worn and parts installed incorrectly. Some one tried to fix the machine before I bought it and failed. They probably had the same problem I have. I can't find parts for the machine. So I would like to sell it as a parts machine. It is missing the wax pot, the lifting arm for the pressor foot. It has a bobbin winder on the right side of the machine. I will take some pictures and post them. The head only is for sale not the table. I would like 350 for the head plus shipping. Thank you for your interest.
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  25. I just acquired a Chandler Fringing machine. I am looking for parts to convert it to a pinking machine as well as a manual and spare parts. Anyone have one of these? Mike
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