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Difference between Singer 115 and 115-1

Old 05-18-2015, 12:09 PM
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What is the difference between the Singer Model 115 and the 115-1.
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Old 05-18-2015, 01:51 PM
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From ISMACS - 115 is the class, then there is 115-1 which is treadle, and 115-2 which is handcrank.

For the Domestic machines, Singer normally used the suffix for minor differences and updates to the basic model. With Industrial, it can be totally different machine if it's got a different suffix.
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Originally Posted by Macybaby View Post
From ISMACS - 115 is the class, then there is 115-1 which is treadle, and 115-2 which is handcrank.

For the Domestic machines, Singer normally used the suffix for minor differences and updates to the basic model. With Industrial, it can be totally different machine if it's got a different suffix.
Wasn't aware of this, thanks, Macybaby!
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Originally Posted by Macybaby View Post
From ISMACS - 115 is the class, then there is 115-1 which is treadle, and 115-2 which is handcrank.

For the Domestic machines, Singer normally used the suffix for minor differences and updates to the basic model. With Industrial, it can be totally different machine if it's got a different suffix.

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Monday, i adopted a Singer 115-1 in a little mission table but its missing a few parts and needs cleaning. Cleaning tips or suggestions for parts are much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by Macybaby View Post
From ISMACS - 115 is the class, then there is 115-1 which is treadle, and 115-2 which is handcrank.

For the Domestic machines, Singer normally used the suffix for minor differences and updates to the basic model. With Industrial, it can be totally different machine if it's got a different suffix.
that explains a lot to me. thanks so much for posting this.
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