Huskylock 34D overlocker

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Does anyone know anything about this overlocker?

There's one on e-bay and I wondered if it was worth bidding for and
how much to go up to.

Thanks

Susan
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That model is 7+ years old...  It's the precursor for the 905 and 910: I
bought my 910 in 1998.  Don't go over 100.  Has the free-arm, which is
useful.

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Re: Huskylock 34D overlocker
On Wed, 20 Jul 2005 10:42:44 +0100, Kate Dicey

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How long do they live?

Will it need a lot of servicing?

Thanks

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I use mine a lot: it has stood up to it pretty well!

The current models (905/910/935) are made by Toyota, and built like a
brick netty!  Dunno who made that one, but as it has the free arm, I
suspect Toyota too.  I've also owned two Toyota brand
serger/overlockers, and they are both built to the same high standard
and have stood the test of time.

As a professional dressmaker putting lots of work through all my
machines, I'm a bit fanatical about servicing, and mine get done every
year - more often if I think they need it.  I'm also rather religious
about cleaning and oiling and giving them new needles.  I don't put the
machine away without a good clean, and it gets new needles for every
project, to suit the fabric.  My Toyota (bought last June) came used,
with a one year guarantee.  It got serviced a couple of weeks ago: the
dealer I bought it from was surprised it came in for a service, but
pleased that I did that when I explained how much use it got in the last
year!

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Re: Huskylock 34D overlocker
On Wed, 20 Jul 2005 11:26:36 +0100, Kate Dicey

Thanks Kate for your help.

Susan
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