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Old 11-28-2019, 07:55 AM
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Also at auction is a 66 in a case. Would a 15-91 fit in that case?

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Old 11-28-2019, 01:51 PM
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I guess so... My 201 came in a the same case my 15B came in, it now fits in a Singer cabinet where an early 15k was... Singer made their machine bed sizes standard as far as I could observe. Of course, 3/4 sizes 28, 128, 99, 185 etc are a different matter.
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Old 11-29-2019, 06:45 AM
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I worried about the potted motor being too wide for the curve. I took a lid to check the clearance. Curve was OK, but it was too short. What??????? ooops dodnor machine was a 99. Goofy me.
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The chart here has helped me avoid a mis-purchase many a time!!
http://needlebar.org/main/sident/index.html

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Thanks, Matt. Turns out it was a 99, not a 66. Thank you, Leon for that. I would not have taken a tape measure had you not mentioned your 99. It was a really pretty machine, though.

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Also at auction is a 66 in a case. Would a 15-91 fit in that case?

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I have two coffin cases and both contain a 15-91. One case is in better shape than the other. Also, one is knee operated and the other has a foot control. Purchased years ago for $17.50 each at an auction. Both are really heavy.

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