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Thread: Hancranks/Handcrank Kits

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    Hi all I am very happy that I have the Hand cranks and the Handcrank kits available. These are high quality pieces and not the Chinese crap you see on eBay. I have only a few of these right now so please let me know what you want, I might have to update as they sell.

    I am selling the Kits for $55 + Shipping

    The Handcranks are $40 + Shipping

    The Hand Wheels are $20 + Shipping

    PM me if you are interested in them and we can work the details out.

    Billy
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    WOW!! You are certainly going to make someone very happy, when they find this great treasure for sale!!
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    Can you tell us what machines these would be compatible with?

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    Sure, the Handwheels fit the Singers and (Japanese 15's) 15, 66, 99, and if you want to have some real fun you can put them on the 185, 347, 348, etc. The handwheels are really nice and if you have one that has broken during shipping this is a perfect replacement. I have one on my 66 and I love it!!

    The Handcranks are a Singer reproduction and will also work on the Japanese 15's also.

    What I like about these are the fact it raises the value of your vintage machine, it is really neat, and you dont have to worry about getting electrocuted on a machine with bad wiring!! :lol:

    Billy

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    Do these fit the Davis machines by chance?
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    I am not sure about that one, I do not have a Davis to try it out on. I am going to try it on a few of my other Non Singers to see if they will work but I know the VS machines take a larger diameter handwheel because of the vibration and it needs some of the weight to make it function properly.

    But this is the perfect wheel for a conversion or replacement!

    Billy

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    that is what i learned on you hand cranked my mother used it for a long time

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    I'll send you a PM. I have several machines that could be converted to handcrank because the electric wiring is bad but the machines, themselves, are nice. Thanks Billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbagepatchkid
    I'll send you a PM. I have several machines that could be converted to handcrank because the electric wiring is bad but the machines, themselves, are nice. Thanks Billy
    Mine should be here any day now. I'll be on the lookout for how to do a "motorectomy" :mrgreen:

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    Cathy it should be in the mail tomorrow or Saturday at the latest.

    Billy

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