Bexell J45 and K45 question

I just purchased a Bexell Cranbrook and the serial number plate shows that it is a K45, not a J45 which I am used to seeing. Does anyone know what the difference is between the two?

Thanks!

Lou

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Posted on Wed, 07/18/2018 - 12:16

I am reposting my original comment because it seems some have trouble reading the first post. 

I just purchased a Bexell Cranbrook and the serial number plate shows that it is a K45, not a J45 which I am used to seeing. Does anyone know what the difference is between the two?

Thanks!

Posted on Tue, 07/28/2020 - 17:13

<p><img alt="" height="3264" src="/sites/default/files/303DC4FC-7FE6-488F-AAC2-B895207A2DA1.jpeg" width="2448" /><img alt="" height="3264" src="/sites/default/files/49A50EF6-5870-49F2-8B19-5D7EABE4C3C8.jpeg" width="2448" />I just got this bexell cranbrook 4H 4 treadle loom&nbsp;Weaving width is 36&rdquo;&nbsp;Would this be considered the 45&rdquo; model? The&nbsp;treadles have screw eyelets (see pic) and not holes&nbsp;Am I missing treadle hooks? Unsure if cranbrook looms use treadle hooks but LeClerc countermarche looms do&nbsp;My loom came with chains thanks</p>

Posted on Tue, 07/28/2020 - 17:13

<p><img alt="" height="3264" src="/sites/default/files/303DC4FC-7FE6-488F-AAC2-B895207A2DA1.jpeg" width="2448" /><img alt="" height="3264" src="/sites/default/files/49A50EF6-5870-49F2-8B19-5D7EABE4C3C8.jpeg" width="2448" />I just got this bexell cranbrook 4H 4 treadle loom&nbsp;Weaving width is 36&rdquo;&nbsp;Would this be considered the 45&rdquo; model? The&nbsp;treadles have screw eyelets (see pic) and not holes&nbsp;Am I missing treadle hooks? Unsure if cranbrook looms use treadle hooks but LeClerc countermarche looms do&nbsp;My loom came with chains thanks</p>