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11-01-2012 08:06 PM
DanTwoLakes That's a great price, but unless you have a specific use for the machine, not very practical. I have a 20" long arm Singer that is great to have for the occasional odd sized project, but I only use it once in a while.
11-01-2012 02:33 PM
Opinion on a machine

Hey Dan or anyone else,

I am looking at a 30" long arm machine w/reverse, Juki LG-158 single needle with nice table, new motor and has some features that use compressed air. I'm not too familiar with long arms or the compressed air features but I have always wanted a long arm. Its about 10-12 years old. Any opinions on this particular one or long arms in general? I can get it for around $3,000.



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