Feet for Remington Portable typewriter with angled backplate

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Feet for Remington Portable typewriter with angled backplate by TheMidasWorks Nov 20, 2015
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Feet for front and back for Remington Portable typewriter of the 1920ies, with the angled backplate. The rear feet have a extra space to also clamp the angle-plate at the back. The front feet are taller to compensate for the thickness of the plate.

Print in Ninjaflex (polyurethane). The diameter of the upper flange should be 15.5mm, then the feet snap right in.

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The files don't seem to be valid (anymore). Can you please reupload them?

Thanks for spotting! Strange, the files were all empty - deleted and uploaded them again. Hope it now works again (and that you get your Portable on its feet again :-)

Thanks! I'm going to test them out on my Remington 3B. I think (from the photos I have seen) that it has the same rubber feet as some of the 1920s portables. Will report back to confirm.