I got a few new feet for it - standard set up - I’m measuring out the feet to make our own set so we don’t have to spend the money/they wont break (hopefully).
The Thor will function just fine now. Had to do some more profiling and smoothing on the needle hole in the feed dogs as there was a sharp angle that was shredding the bobbin thread - it’s fine now.
If the side of the inner presser foot snaps again, just let us know, but the thor will still be usable even with a broken toe. I’m hoping to get a foot made this weekend that can be installed, and the flip down roller guide will also need to be installed (I’ll get to that this weekend as well) which should eliminate the snapping we’re experiencing.
I’m not a fan of the existing feet as they have a tendency to not feed material 100% due to how narrow they are. I’ll also be looking around and hopefully getting some different feed dogs and needle plate covers depending on how everything works.
For those needing to see how to thread the machine, please watch this video (the Cowboy CB4500 is the exact same machine with a different badge on it) Threading Cowboy CB4500