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Old 08-20-2010, 11:32 PM
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I'll keep you posted.

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What are your opinions about a CONSEW CP206R for occasional use doing auto upholstery?
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A Consew 206 will work fine for you. The new ones are not very good, but an older one will be fine. It has a vertical bobbin as opposed to a horizontal bobbin, but that's not a problem.
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Guy with Adler 267 50 miles a way from me have new 110 volt servo motor put in and he said he'll take $900. He is industrial sewing machine repair man.

Another guy with Adler 467 live 250 mile each wasy have clutch motor and he'll take $500.

Now I don't know what to do. driving 50 miles sounds better than driving 250 miles each way.
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A servo motor is about $200. That means you would only save $200 to drive 500 miles.
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I would buy the one from the repair man. At least you'll know that the machine is set up right and ready to use. Also, you'll like the servo much better than the clutch motor. You will be getting a better value.
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I got my sewing machine today. Like you said I feel more secure to buying from repairman so I did. Now, I have to order some threads to actually sew something. I tried at his place and I liked the way machine was sew.
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Awesome! My machine came from Ryan too. Perfect Fit in Portland is a good source for most upholstery supply needs. UPS Ground from them to you is delivered in one day because they are so close.
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