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Thread: which bobbin for the Juki 2010q?

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    Senior Member IngeMK's Avatar
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    which bobbin for the Juki 2010q?

    I need to get some bobbins, I can not find which class or number to look for in a bobbin.
    any help would be appreciated!
    happy new year!

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    Have you tried asking Mr. Google? There are many places that offer them. Some are sewing machine vendors you could call to make sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper View Post
    Have you tried asking Mr. Google? There are many places that offer them. Some are sewing machine vendors you could call to make sure.
    Ha, usually mr google does good by me, but not this time. Seems like the user manual would want to tell you, but nooo.
    So, still hoping some kind juki owner will respond and spill the beans��

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    I don't know if they are interchangeable with the Class L or M, but honestly have not attempted to try anything other than the recommended style. I order mine online. These are the ones I purchased. At that time I bought them, they had the best price/lowest shipping:
    http://www.thesewingoutlet.com/searc...5623AQ&x=0&y=0

    I did purchase some on ebay once, but returned them. They didn't have a hole to pull the thread thru to start the winding and wouldn't wind properly. Be sure what you buy has the holes.

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    It takes Class L

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    Quote Originally Posted by IngeMK View Post
    I need to get some bobbins, I can not find which class or number to look for in a bobbin.
    any help would be appreciated!
    happy new year!
    I don't have this machine but a google search of parts vendors shows this-

    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/juk...10q-parts.aspx

    According to this vendor your machine takes L style rotary bobbins.

    Cari

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cari-in-Oly View Post
    I don't have this machine but a google search of parts vendors shows this-

    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/juk...10q-parts.aspx

    According to this vendor your machine takes L style rotary bobbins.

    Cari
    Thanks for sharing that link! I would have never known to try my Viking bobbins in my Juki because they look so different. It never occurred to me that they would be the same class. Nice to know I can safely use what I already have.

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    The green Viking bobbins must not be the same as the Class L as listed in that link. They won't fit on the bobbin winder. Bummer. Maybe a generic Class L would fit but I will have to check if the opening is the same size to fit the spindle.
    Last edited by katier825; 12-31-2014 at 06:32 PM.

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    My Husqvarna Viking bobbins will not fit my Juki. I bought Class L generic bobbins and they work just fine. A local Phaff dealer also had bobbins to fit my Juki that were from her Phaff midarm machine. I'm now trying to find out what bobbins my new Juki Exceed 600 takes as the manual doesn't say either.
    Shelbie from the High County in Southern Ontario

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    My Viking Ruby takes 15 bobbin size, my Juki HZL600 and my Janome class L, the Juki and the Janome are interchangeable, but the Viking on its own, as the Viking bobbins are green it stops me making a daft mistake x

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    They can use a generic rotary bobbin. "BOBBIN rotary hook machines metal holes on 1-side #55623NS" -- from the Brewer catalog. The 2010 is a semi-industrial, and doesn't take the same bobbin as the Juki HZL models. Nor does it take a class M like the Juki 2200.
    Last edited by quiltedsunshine; 01-01-2015 at 03:01 AM.
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    I get mine from Quilt Tech - I know they take an L size metal bobbin but I don't know if there is a classification for the height of the bobbin...but I did find that when I bought my Juki TL 2010Q, it came with 100 L plastic bobbins and they did NOT work. The big thing with the Juki is it has to have the little slot for the bobbin winder...I actually interchange my long arm bobbins as my APQS also takes and L with my Juki...I just wind the long arm bobbins on a side winder. LOL
    Valerie Smith - pumpkinpatchquilter
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    I get mine from Amazon. Class L, metal.

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