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John Mitchell

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  1. I haven't been ther for quit a few years. Maybe next summer. Would love to visit again. Also the Batting Bar is SOLD.
  2. We have a new 12 foot batting bar with mounts for the new style table for sale. Never installed on a table. You will need to pick up because the shipping on the 12 bar is out of sight. Cost $150 will sell for $85. John SOLD, THANKS EVERYONE WHO LOOKED.
  3. We have a new 12 foot batting bar with mounts for the new style table for sale. Never installed on a table. You will need to pick up because the shipping on the 12 bar is out of sight. Cost $150 will sell for $85. John SOLD, THANKS EVERYONE WHO LOOKED.
  4. Myrna is correct. You can keep your legs and power advance. You need to trade out everyting else. Think length. John
  5. Myrna is correct. You can keep your legs and power advance. You need to trade out everyting else. Think length. John
  6. The legs are different on a Liberty and a Millennium. The rest of the table is the same. We traded a 12 Millenium table less legs for a 14 foot table that was on a Liberty. The 10 foot table does not have the support truss, it only comes on the 12 foot and larger tables.
  7. The legs are different on a Liberty and a Millennium. The rest of the table is the same. We traded a 12 Millenium table less legs for a 14 foot table that was on a Liberty. The 10 foot table does not have the support truss, it only comes on the 12 foot and larger tables.
  8. My client has offered to pay the first $1000 for crating and shipping. This would get it to most of the US an no cost to the buyer. A great buy for a like new Liberty at $9000. Contact me for more information.
  9. My client has offered to pay the first $1000 for crating and shipping. This would get it to most of the US an no cost to the buyer. A great buy for a like new Liberty at $9000. Contact me for more information.
  10. We have reduced the Millennium and CQ package price to $25,000, or $24,000 without the touchscreen and overhead tracking system. This is the standard system.
  11. We have reduced the Millennium and CQ package price to $25,000, or $24,000 without the touchscreen and overhead tracking system. This is the standard system.
  12. They make special cool packs for insulin (Google it). I am an Insulin dependent Diabetic. I use a flex pen but most times a syringe. I just load the syringe and put it in a flex pen carrier. It fits in my pocket. I can load several if I like but at most usually just 2. No special carrier required. John
  13. We have sold the Hydraulic Lift and wireless remote. We will now include a Hartley Base Expander and new Vertical Cone Spool Holder ($185 value). Price is reduced to $14,000
  14. All the books are sold and the Quilt Kit is sold pending completion of sale. Thanks for looking. She had three people that wanted the quilt kit. John
  15. I have a client that has the following books for Sale at 1/2 the original price. The price will be plus actual postage cost. 1.) Ultimate Guide to Longarm Machine Quilting by Linda V. Taylor Price: $15.00 2.) Best of Shirley Thompson Quilting Patterns Price: $12.50 3.) Pathways to Better Quilting by Sally Terry Price: $11.50 4.) Long-Arm Machine Quilting by Carol A. Thelen Price: $14.00 Quilt Kit Moda "Sweet Summer at the Lake" quilt kit (74" by 85") Price: $35.00 Call or email Country Lane Quilting for information at 816-350-2002 or email countrylaneq
  16. Sure we will sell the lift and the remote, if you are interested, email or u2u me for more information. If you havent seen the wireless remote thay are great. John
  17. I have a client that want to sell her 2005 Liberty. She has only quilted 5 quilts on it so it is like new. Liberty Complete Quilting System with Instruction Book 10 foot table on casters Hartley Base expander Batting Bar APQS Turbo Bobbin Winder 20 Assorted Pantographs 10 metal bobbins 10 new unused needles 1 Bottle Machine Oil 20 cones of thread (mostly white, parchment, tan, blue, a yellow, a green). QUOTE FROM OWNER: This machine is like new. I have only done 5 quilts on it in 5 years. Client will pay for delivery and professional set up with a start up lesson wit
  18. We have sold our Millennium with the 14 foot table and this is the only one we have left. Let me know if you are interested. I will price it without the Hydraulic lift if you do not want it.
  19. Use pliers and a small screwdriver. At the factory they use loctite and sometimes the lever binds on the solonoid plunger because the screw is too tight. John
  20. On your picture the little screw with the nut that is on the arm that your finger is pointing to. When it is too tight the arm does not pivot on the solenoid plunger. I have seen this issue many times. John
  21. We sell both the steel and Aluminum bobbins. Here at Country Lane Quilting we have used steel bobbins since 1996 and still only use steel. I have addressed this issue in one of my articles in "On Track" magazine. I feel that it is a matter of what you like. Physics tells us the Aluminum should be superior because of the lesser mass and would stop quicker; however in use there does not seem to be much difference. We have a special on steel bobbins, buy 10 bobbin cases at $40 and get 100 steel bobbins free. We are offering SPECIAL PRICING on steel bobbins and bobbin cases. 10 bobbin cas
  22. Just keep your legs and power take up and trade everything else. Just transfer your legs and power take up to the new hardware. No need for a complete exchange.
  23. If you have to tap the lock you need to loosen the screw it is binding. John
  24. Watch the arm. The probable cause is the screw holding the arm is a little too tight. I have seen this many times. John
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