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Thread: Vintage Sewing Machine Shop Machine Photos

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    Is the belt really tight then? If you move the belt shifter across and then rotate the wheel towards you with your hand you should be able to flick the belt off.

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    Do I flick the belt off at the hand wheel or below by the belt shifter? The belt is snug, maybe I got it too tight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windblown View Post
    Do I flick the belt off at the hand wheel or below by the belt shifter? The belt is snug, maybe I got it too tight?
    Yay I tried again and turned untill this tab on the large wheel hooked it a lifted it off. Wheeu.

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    Karen/Windblown,
    Welcome to the wonderful world of vintage sewing machines. I like using my treadle machines, I have 4; one of them look just like your red eye Singer.
    Sharon

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplefiend View Post
    Karen/Windblown,
    Welcome to the wonderful world of vintage sewing machines. I like using my treadle machines, I have 4; one of them look just like your red eye Singer.
    Sharon
    Thank you for the welcome I love this little girl already. Just so much fun and memories for me. my next quilt blocks will be pieced on this one. I would have more if I had the space. I do have an old Elna grasshoper of my Grandmothers that I'm going to fix up next, I never knew there were so many resources available on the net for sewing machines!
    ~Karen

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    Welcome! You sure seem to have the joy of spirit that this board is known for. Looking forward to your future discoveries.

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    New Singer 99? I think

    This is the Crinkle Singer 99-maybe 31? That I got from GW $26, I'll need some help to I dentify this one for sure. I will post more on the flip sideName:  IMG_1138.JPG
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    ~Karen

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    for sure a 99

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    I thought only a 66 has that white stitch length slider. That's not a 66?

    eta: Nope, the 99 can have a slider like that. How to ID a 99: http://vssmb.blogspot.com/2011/08/vi...ingers_16.html

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    That A / B ratio is 50/50 on a 99 but not on a 66. And I think a flat faceplate is only on the 99s.
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    MadCow333 thank you so much for this blog I have been enjoying it very much!

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