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Wheeler and Wilson No. 9- Where to find parts?

Old 03-31-2019, 09:15 AM
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Good morning,
I was recently gifted a Wheeler and Wilson 9 that is in overall good condition, but needs some basic parts.

I am looking for a bobbin case, bobbins, presser feet and the wooden bar that goes from the treadle to the flywheel.

Any ideas where to find parts would be helpful.

Thank you!
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Old 03-31-2019, 01:57 PM
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I have found parts on ebay for all kinds of old and new things. Here's a link to a bobbin case, and here to a set of accessories. With a bit of search and effort you might come in contact with people who have parted up a machine at some point.
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The Singer W9 is nearly ( entirely?) teh smae machine after Singer bought W and W. Could be a parts suppy. though you may need to check that more closely.
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Yes, until I get the machine here I don't really know what I'm going to need. I don't think there was a needle in the machine but I have to check everything out. Finding the manual was fabulous. That will certainly help me a lot. Pictures are worth a million words, they always say!
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