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    Posted: 29 May 2008 at 3:00pm
You may use either V-69 or V-92.  As the V-92 is heavier, it will last longer.  That would be my choice.
 
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Dan Smith
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I just noticed the material/thread/needle chart in the catalog.  For the fender kit using boat blanket the shipped thread size is V-69.  I have an LSZ-1, and in the chart for that machine when sewing boat blanket a thread  size of V-92 is recommended.  I have a cone of that also, so should I be using it or is the V-69 size  'OK' ?
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Pete
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