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Thread: Will a frame fit??

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    I only know what they have on the amazon site. I'll be happy to measure and get back with you when I get mine tomorrow! What specifically are you wanting to know? From the needle to the arm?

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    I bought one that long and was able to haul it in an 8 foot bed pickup truck. We just supported the long pieces with wood, straping the frame to the wood. We hauled it a home which was a couple of hours trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyR View Post
    I only know what they have on the amazon site. I'll be happy to measure and get back with you when I get mine tomorrow! What specifically are you wanting to know? From the needle to the arm?
    Yes, Ashley, from the needle to the arm. I would appreciate it very much and thanks.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Oh, well, guess I really didn't need to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yooper32 View Post
    Oh, well, guess I really didn't need to know.
    I'm sorry, I responded to this, I don't know why it didn't show up

    I didn't get the machine yet. It's scheduled to be delivered on Monday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yooper32 View Post
    Yes, Ashley, from the needle to the arm. I would appreciate it very much and thanks.
    According to the website, the harp area is 6"x9" on that machine.
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    The throat space is a 6" x 9" area.

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    Do you have a U-haul in your area? Our area has one day local truck rental for $19.95 per day. Whole lot cheaper then $300 and I know they have A/C and your frame will fit! Just a thought, Mona~

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    The harp is not quite 6x9. It's a little more than eight and a half inches from the needle to the arm and then about five and a half inches up the arm. Not much bigger than my Pfaff (7.5 inches) but a good step up from a regular modern machine.

    The long arm in the OP has been sold. But I'm still on the hunt. You just never know what you'll stumble upon!

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