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Ferdco Juki Super Bull 2000

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Hi 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

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I've noticed the same with mine from time to time. Then again working out of a garage isnt the most insulated. I get light rust film on bare metal tool parts from time to time. I try to do my best to keep the tools oiled or with an occasional rub of paste wax, but that should'nt help the painted surface of the wheel. Not that having the same machine matters, but perhaps keep a dehumidifier in the space to compensate for those wet bouts. 

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@westernsaddler Moved your post to leather sewing machines.  You'll get more responses here for sewing machine related issues.

Tom

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