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Jamie View Drop Down
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    Posted: 01 December 2011 at 9:27pm
I am just about to put in an order for a roping zipper for the Lsz1.
 
Considering I live so far from Sailrite (Australia) I am thinking of adding a couple of service items to the order.
 
I will probably go for a thread take up spring, and a spare drive belt.
 
What would you forum folks recomend?
 
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Get a #1603 Retaining rign cap spring and maybe a #9601 replacement hook.
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Like Matt said, we always keep retaining ring cap springs on hand, along with a few extra hooks. But we also keep an extra belt, bobbin holder and obviously needles.

I bought their spares kit: http://www.sailrite.com/Cruisers-Spares-for-Ultrafeed-Sewing-Machines

-Joe

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