Owners of 99k + bentwood case

Old 04-24-2018, 03:35 AM
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Please can you show me how the extension table fits inside the cover?
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Old 04-24-2018, 04:11 AM
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I believe the extension table is an ( add on) does not fit in the case. I do not have the extension table with my 1956 (99K) with bentwood case.
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Old 04-24-2018, 04:18 AM
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Hmm, I have to take pictures when I get home, but on mine it's simple; there is a black metal bit on the extension table, it fits in a metal part in the lid, and there's a tiny lever you turn in place to secure it. The extension goes in with the top side towards the side of the bent wood cover. My 99K dates to 1934, I think it differ slighly to the earlier version I've seen, where the placement of the knee lever and loose parts are organised a bit differently. Mine is very similar to this 201.

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Most of the cases sold in the US did not come with the extension, while they were more common in the UK - sort of like handcranks, way harder to find in the US. If I ever come across a case with the extension, I'll be grabbing it!
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AllI have to say to you, OP, is formosa.
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I have to say I'm with Cathy. I want one.
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AllI have to say to you, OP, is formosa.
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Sorry, I’m not following.
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My extension came with the machine in the suitcase type of case which got damaged in transit, I went on eBay and purchased a bentwood case.
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