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Cylinder and Ribber Combination Guide

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Written by Steve Ashton this guide will help you understand cylinder and ribber dial combinations and how to get the most use out of the cylinders and ribbers in your collection.

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  1. very helpful 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th May 2017

    I need all the info I can get


  2. Great ribber cylinder combo 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Feb 2017

    Should be interesting to do


  3. Very informative 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jan 2017

    I consider myself a newbie at CSM knitting. That is why I can use all the information that I can get. My only wish is to have a list of possible rib combinations with the cylinders and ribbers available as suggested bu Chet in his Feb 29, 2016 review.


  4. New Cylinder and New Ribber Fits 1914 - 1925 Gearhart Sock Knitters 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2016

    We have a 1925 Gearhart sock knitter that needed a new cylinder and the whole ribber assembly. We bought a 60 needle cylinder and the ribber and tappet assembly and used our original ribber disk. The parts are machined magnificently! Its like you are ordering parts from the original factory if your machine was made between 1914 - 1925. With just a slight fitting of where the ribber "plugs" into our plate it was perfect! The machine knits and ribs better than brand new. We also got the row counter cam and it worked great. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND getting parts from Earlbacher for your original machine. They are WONDERFUL people to work with!! Stuart and Patty McCaskill


  5. Cylinder n rubber guid 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jul 2016

    Great patterns and jnformation


  6. Cylinder, Ribber Guide 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Feb 2016

    It was okay. It wasn't what I thought it would be. I thought it would be more like if you have this type of cylinder you can use these different ribbers with it. More or less show the different ribbers that can be used with different cyliners. For example: A 72 cylinder can use a 24, 36, 48 or 72 ribber. I hope that made sense.


  7. Very helpful 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jul 2015

    I found this article most helpful and would love it if Jamie and her associates blogged all their tips and tricks when it comes to the Earlbacher.


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