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Thread: JUKI TL98E

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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    I love my Juki. She is on a Grace frame and works just great. She does drink a lot of oil. You got an awesome price.

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    Power Poster amma's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by miholmes
    Cool, anyone know of a place to get parts for a JUKI? I went their website but they don't have a dealer in Iowa.

    I originally asked about a walking foot and a new foot pedal from an online dealer and they said it would be around $600...I was like...WHAT!?!?

    Anyway I would like to get a new bar for the hands free presser foot lift, and then just have a resource for anything else I might need like bobbins etc. :)

    I would hold on to it... you new machine will have to go away periodically for maintenance :wink:

    Sounds like I should keep this as my backup, suppose it will be nice to have as a machine for friends to use, I've been trying to recruit them for our own little quilting guild. :)

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    By all means! If you are going to buy a frame, or have a frame ... put the Juki on that puppy and leave him there! You will be happier with a piecing machine and a quilting machine - - just fantastic that you got such a good price on a great machine ...
    don't get too hung up on brand name attachments (there are attachments that are general, based on your shank - - whether it is high or low)
    not always, but usually, so look around.
    And, even if you don't have a frame, having one machine set up for quilting and the other for piecing, life is very good

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