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Posted 3 years ago

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trgrubaugh
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This is a 1924 7 drawer singer sewing machine. We picked it up at an antique mall. It came with the original owners manual and the hardware above. It is in great shape and everything works great. No sign of rust. The only problem is the leather belt has broken. Where would we get a replacement one or what do we use instead?

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  1. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    i have one to a singer new home no belt i need one to .do you know the value
  2. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    Thanks for the comment Lundy, not sure about value. depends on age/model and collectibility. I am really not an expert on sewing machines. My wife wanted it and we got it. She loves sewing/crafts.
  3. Nancy Salisbury, 3 years ago
    You can order leather belts for the treadle machines off the internet . Also most sewing machine stores or shops carry the leather belts .
  4. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    Thanks Nancy. Is it a good idea to keep the original belt to maintain value of it as a whole?
  5. Nancy Salisbury, 3 years ago
    trgrubaugh : The original belt does not add any value to your machine . They wear out and are no longer of any use or value . I just throw the olds ones away .
  6. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks nancy again
  7. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks official fuel
  8. Bernadette Bernadette, 3 years ago
    Nice 66 treadle, you should easily find a belt online. You might pay too much if you buy one from a shop. Research both and see.
  9. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks bernadette i will
  10. Nancy Salisbury, 3 years ago
    trgrubaugh : Around here the belts are the same price at the shops as you can get them off the internet and you do not have to pay postage .
  11. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    hi i need a belt also what do you recomm t yend
  12. Nancy Salisbury, 3 years ago
    Around here the belts sell for around $10.00 .
  13. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    thanks nancy where u from jwl691@yahoo.com
  14. Nancy Salisbury, 3 years ago
    lundy : I live in Southwest Missouri .
  15. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    thank you from boston mass
  16. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks hedgewalker
  17. Bernadette Bernadette, 3 years ago
    you can buy them from the internet for under $4 but postage will make the difference - check your shop and compare. check item 260404909403
  18. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks for the info. gonna have to look in this area and compare
  19. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 3 years ago
    1-800-257-4989 or downtown kc store on truman rd. 816-471-1276 missouri sewing machine co.
  20. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 3 years ago
    they work on them too :)
  21. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks i live in Fort Worth Texas, got a belt for $5
  22. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks deco girl
  23. bkdavis bkdavis, 3 years ago
    My sister has my grandmother's singer, which is nearly identical. Beautiful.
  24. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 3 years ago
    thanks bkdavis
  25. madmike madmike, 3 years ago
    I need one of those trundle sewing machines to convert into a small foot operated wood lathe.
  26. DobbinDee70, 2 years ago
    madmike : Do you need to whole cabinet or just the metal base ? Also where do you live ?
  27. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 2 years ago
    thanks crabbykins
  28. trgrubaugh trgrubaugh, 4 months ago
    thanks aghcollect
  29. Mercer50 Mercer50, 2 months ago
    You've got a nice looking machine.
    I started collecting and refurbishing Singer Treadles about 6 months ago.
    The first one I did was a 1910 model 66 Redeye. I've since picked up a 1909 model 66, a 1919 machine head pnly, a 1949 electric and just yesterday a friend of mine picked up a White Rotary treadle...don't know how old she is yet.
    I imangine by now you have gotten all the kinks out and are able to really enjoy your machines beauty and it's ability.

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