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Thread: Can a Juki TL98Q be stretched?

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    Does anyone know if the Juki TL98@ can be stretched and if so who does it?

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    I never thought about this... what a GREAT question!!! :D:D:D

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    You must be joking.

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    I have seen other machines madified, not sure about a Juki

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    Sewing machine pilates, LOL!

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    What do you mean by stretched????

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolJean
    Does anyone know if the Juki TL98@ can be stretched and if so who does it?
    I belong to the yahoo juki group and they have all the info....They talk about a waiting line but those that have had it done love it....I'll see if I can find a picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolJean
    Does anyone know if the Juki TL98@ can be stretched and if so who does it?
    heres what I found

    this is what it looks like
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    Rick at Wow Quilts is the person they normally talk about stretching their Juki, Brother, & Babylock machines. He may do others. The website is: http://wowquilts.com/

    They build their own industrial looking quilters also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKrenning
    Rick at Wow Quilts is the person they normally talk about stretching their Juki, Brother, & Babylock machines. He may do others. The website is: http://wowquilts.com/

    They build their own industrial looking quilters also.
    I can't find any place on their site that talks about Juki.

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