Leclerc Loom Replacement Parts

If your Leclerc loom is missing some of the basic components like Aprons, Lease sticks of Crank Handles, Camilla Valley Farm stocks a wide range of genuine Leclerc parts to get it back in working condition. If you are unsure of the piece(s) you are missing, just contact us and we will be glad to help you get what you need! Also note that we have many, many more parts in stock than we show on this page and we can also get custom components made. Just ask if you don't see it here!

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General Repair Parts
Table Loom Parts
Floor Loom Parts
Pads
Sticks/Rods
Cords
Other
Brake Parts
Shaft Frame Parts
Accessories

Complete Shaft Frame

Complete Shaft Frames for many Leclerc looms are available. These consist of the complete shaft frame as it would have shipped with the original loom with all hardware and hooks installed. The only thing not included is the heddles and attachment cords. If you are unsure of your loom model or can't find the harness for your loom in the two charts below, check with our Leclerc Loom Guide and/or contact us for help.

MODEL WEAVING WIDTH PART NUMBER PRICE
Dorothy 15 3/4" 88800-0300 $26.00
Dorothy 24" 88800-0304 $31.00
Compact 24" 88800-0306 $48.00
Mira/Fanny 27" 88800-0308 $52.00
Kebec 100" 88800-0365 $129.00
Kebec 120" 88800-0367 $155.00


MODEL WEAVING WIDTH
36 Inch 45 Inch 60 Inch
Artisat 88800-0310
$57.00
- -
Mira/Fanny 88800-0315
$64.00
88800-0317
$73.00
88800-0319
$85.00
Nilus 88800-0325
$64.00
88800-0327
$73.00
88800-0329
$85.00
Nilus II 88800-0335
$64.00
88800-0337
$73.00
88800-0339
$85.00
Colonial - 88800-0347
$73.00
88800-0349
$85.00
Nilart - 88800-0357
$73.00
88800-0359
$85.00



Heddle Support Bars

These steel bars are installed at the top and bottom of each shaft frame to hold the heddles. There is a hole at each end which enables them to be locked in place in some of the floor looms using the Shaft Frame Spring Clips. The hole is also used to allow the weaver to easily add or remove heddles by tieing a string to the end of each Bar to keep the heddles properly ordered. These bars have smooth surfaces to allow the heddles to easily slide horizontally to make it easier to thread the loom. Two Heddle Support Bars are required for each shaft frame.
(Note: Please advise us of the Leclerc loom model in the order form comments section when ordering to ensure you get the correct length)

WEAVING WIDTH MODEL PART NUMBER PRICE (EACH)
15 3/4" Dorothy 88800-0370 $5.00
22" Meco, Medico, Minerva 88800-0371 $5.50
24" Dorothy 88800-0372 $5.50
24" Compact 88800-0374 $6.00
27" Nilus 88800-0376 $7.00
36" Artisat, Fanny, Mira, Nilus, Nilus II 88800-0377 $8.00
45" Colonial, Fanny, Mira, Nilus, Nilus II, Nilart 88800-0378 $11.00
60" Colonial, Fanny, Mira, Nilus, Nilus II, Nilart 88800-0380 $13.00
100" Kebec 88800-0383 $16.00
120" Kebec 88800-0384 $17.00





Shaft Frame Spring Clip

These wire clips attach to the steel shaft frame (4 per frame) to hold the Heddle Support Bar in place on Leclerc floor looms. One of their key benefits is that they keep the heddle support from popping out of the frame and releasing heddles. The end of the clip snaps through the hold on the end of the heddle support bar and can be easily popped out if heddles are to be added or removed. Click Here to see how to install these clips on the shaft frame ends.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE
88800-0020 Shaft Frame Spring Clip (each) $3.00
88800-0021 Shaft Frame Spring Clip (set of 16) $31.00





Heddle Support Spring Hook

These spring loaded clips hold the heddle support rods locked in place when weaving. By sliding the spring loaded sleeve up or down, the Heddle Support Bar can be released to add heddles and/or make threading the heddles easier. These hooks screw into the wooden shaft frame at the top and bottom center.

These spring clips have been dramatically improved over the design used in earlier Leclerc looms making them very easy to open and close. Click Here to see how to replace the older style spring clips on older shaft frames.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0030 Heddle Support Spring Hook (each) $10.00





Shaft Frame, Lam & Heddle Support Hooks

The Shaft Frame/Lam hooks are used on Leclerc Counterbalance Looms as well as the Colonial Jack loom to attach the hanging shafts to the Counterbalance or Jack cords as well as on the lams to connect them to the harnesses. One of these hooks is screwed into the wood frame on each side at the top of each shaft and on the top of each lam.

The Heddle Support Hooks are used on either side of the Heddle Support Spring Hook on wider shafts (ie. 60 inches and greater) to hold the Heddle Support Bar. They are also used as the only heddle support hooks on older looms. Both are made of metal.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION SHOWN AS PRICE (each)
88800-0032 Shaft Frame/Lam Hook A $2.00
88800-0031 Heddle Support Flat Hook B $2.00





Shaft Frame End Spacer

One of these plastic spacers is attached to all four corners of each shaft on the side in the Leclerc jack looms like the Nilus, Nilus II and Artisat. They keep the metal side of the frame from scratching the vertical frame on either side and allow the shafts to move up and down between the shaft frame divider pegs. They are 1/2" long and 1/2" in diameter and are held in place using a single screw that goes through a hole in the metal Shaft Frame End and into the wood.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0033 Shaft Frame End Spacer $2.05





Plastic Jack Support

Also refered to as Jack Glides, these parts are attached to the outer end of the jacks in Leclerc looms like the Nilus, Nilus II and Artisat. They are designed to support and lift the harnesses at each end as the treadles are depressed. The smooth surface reduces friction as they move horizontally across the base of the harness reducing the force required for the weaver to lift the harness. Normally attached to the wooden jack by staples, these can also be glued in place.

Note that earlier Leclerc Jack looms used a shaped wooden jack end instead of the support. Some modification may be necessary to use these plastic supports with these older looms.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0037 Plastic Jack Support $3.25





Shaft Frame Divider Pegs

These plastic pegs are used on Leclerc jack looms to keep the shaft frames separated as they move up and down. They are inserted into holes in the loom frame and held in place by friction (note that glue is not used).

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE
88800-0025 Shaft Frame Divider Peg (each) $1.25
88800-0026 Shaft Frame Divider Peg (set of 20) $17.00


Note: If you are replacing pegs on your loom that have broken off but cannot grab hold of what is left of the broken peg, there is an easy way to remove these without damaging your loom!

To remove a broken peg, first find a small wood screw that is smaller than the peg diameter. Screw this into the broken peg a couple of turns being careful to center the screw so it only touches the peg and not the wood. Once the screw is securely embedded in the broken peg, use the claw end of a regular hammer to pull the screw and broken peg out, just like you would remove a nail. To avoid damaging the wood surface of the loom, put a small piece of scrap wood between the hammer and loom frame before prying out the screw. The new peg can then be tapped into place!





Warp Beam Advance Control System

Now a standard part on new Leclerc Nilus, Nilus II, Colonial I and Weavebird floor looms, the Warp Beam Advance Control System is designed to prevent excessive yarn advance when the weaver releases the brake to advance the warp.

The Leclerc Warp Beam Advance Control System is designed to slow the rotation (advance) of the warp beam to ensure it will rotate at the same speed as the cloth beam when advancing the fabric with the cloth take-up handle. Mounted to the loom frame using 2 screws at the end of the warp beam, this friction system is completely adjustable and can be completely disabled by the weaver when winding the warp on or not required.

The Warp Beam Advance Control System is now available as an upgrade to any of the company's existing floor looms. Please specify your loom model when ordering.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0270 Warp Beam Advance Control System $29.00





Beater Handle

Standard on the Leclerc Weavebird computer-dobby floor loom, this beater handle is available as an add-on to existing Leclerc floor looms. Made of 1 1/4 inch diameter Maple hardwood, this handle provides the weaver with a handy point to grab the beater assembly.

The beater handle is 24 inches in length and is attached to the beater using 4 x 3/4 inch long screws which attach to the top of the upper batton handtree. The distance between the holes is 21 3/4 inches and these must be drilled before installing the handle.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0275 Beater Handle $45.00





Warping Board/Mill, Cendrel and Tension Box Pegs

These Wooden Pegs can be used to replace missing or damaged ones on various Leclerc products. All are made of solid Maple with a clear varnished finish and all except the Warping Board/Mill peg have a 3/16" threaded metal rod with a wingnut and washer for mounting. Dimensions for both the wood and threaded metal part on all pegs are provided below to verify they will fit before ordering.

The Warping Board/Mill Peg fits most older Leclerc Warping Boards and Warping Mills and has a narrow saw kerf cut in one end to make it easier to install and remove than earlier designs. The Tension Box Peg can be used to turn an old "3 Peg" Tension Box to the current "4 Peg" Tension Box.

The current Cendrel Inkle loom comes with 1 Slotted, 1 Flat and 18 Regular Pegs. There have been a number of variations of the loom over the years so it is important to ensure that these match your loom before ordering.

Note that these Cendrel pegs will not work for the older style of Cendrel loom frame that had a larger hole and needs a Peg with a narrow diameter at one end. These old style pegs (pictured here) are no longer available.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION SHOWN AS PRICE (each)
88800-0070 Warping Board/Mill Peg
(6 3/4" long - aprox 5/8 inch diameter)
A $4.50
88800-0071 Tension Box Peg
(3 1/2" Wood shaft, 1" diameter plus 1" threaded rod)
B $7.00
88800-0072 Cendrel Flat Peg
(7 3/8" wood shaft plus 1" threaded rod)
C $9.00
88800-0073 Cendrel Slotted Peg
(7 3/8" wood shaft plus 1" threaded rod)
D $13.00
88800-0074 Cendrel Regular Peg
(6 1/4" wood shaft plus 1" threaded rod)
E $7.00





Hinge for Folding Floor Loom

This metal hinge is used on the Fanny, Fanny II, Fanny, Nilus, Nilus II, Colonial and other Leclerc floor looms. This is the hinge at the base of the loom that allows the back beam to fold out and is also used as the hinge for the back support leg on newer looms with this feature. The Hinge comes with a set of 6 screws to install it and there is one on each side of the loom.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0038 Metal Hinge $3.95





Dorothy Lever Catch

This Lever Catch is used on the Dorothy table loom to catch and hold the shaft levers that are depressed by the weaver. It's contoured shape enables the automatic release of the previous picks levers when they are depressed. The weaver can also use their hand to easily release all the raised shafts. This Lever Catch is made of durable nylon and is approximately 2 3/8 inches wide. The Lever Catch also includes the metal rod it pivots on which is 2 3/4 inches long to extend into the mounting holes in the front and the back of the castle.

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0039 Dorothy Lever Catch $16.95





Artisat Treadle Support Brackets

These wooden brackets are designed to hold the ends of the pivot rod for the Artisat loom treadle set to attach it to the loom frame. The brackets are attached to the loom frame using the hardware included (carriage bolt, washer and wingnut) and will work on any 4 or 8 shaft Artisat loom with front hinged treadles. The supports pivot when the wing nut is loosened to allow the treadle set to be removed and can be rotated 180 degrees to get them out of the way (pictured left in the bottom picture) when the loom is folded.

These brackets can be used on older Artisat looms which had either the metal or a slightly different wooden bracket (click to see pictures). They are cut with a grove to fit tight over the loom frame beam and can be used regardless of whether there is a groove or not in the loom frame. The price below is for a single bracket but 2 are required to support the treadle set (one for each side).

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0388 Artisat Treadle Support Bracket
(2 required for loom)
$12.95





Artisat Beater Sword Spacer

These nylon spacers are attached to the upper part of the beater swords on the Artisat loom. They fit into a pre-drilled hole and are held in place with the attached screw. If the hole is not present in the loom, this will have to be drilled for the spacer to fit. The spacers prevent the wooden sword from rubbing against the Artisat's metal hinge mechanism that allows the front part of the loom to fold in. Note that the screws supplied are the standard square head screws that require the special square screwdriver originally supplied with the loom. The price is for a single spacer and screw. Two spacers are required for a loom (one on each sword).
(Click on the pictures to enlarge)

ITEM # DESCRIPTION PRICE (each)
88800-0034 Spacer with screw $2.25





Treadle Springs

In multi-harness jack floor looms with more complicated patterns there is sometimes a problem when multiple treadles are attached to a single shaft/lamm. The weight of the treadles may cause the shaft to raise when it is not supposed to or not fully come down after the shed is closed. To deal with this issue some Leclerc looms use a set of treadle springs which hold the treadle in the "up" position when at rest. When the weaver depresses the treadle, the spring stretches to allow the treadle to move.

Leclerc Treadle Springs are specially designed with a tension and length that balances the treadle weight but does not impart a great increase in force required by the weaver to depress the treadle. Also unlike some looms that use cheap elastics for this function, these treadle springs are durable and designed to last for the life of the loom.

The springs come in two versions. The older version is designed for Nilus, Nilus II, Nilart, Colonial, Colonial I and other looms a has a clip to attach to the Treadle Screw Eye or the end of the Treadle Hook. The other end attaches to a treadle spring rod that runs across the back of the loom castle over top of the ends of the treadle.

The newer treadle spring is designed for the Compact and the newer back-hinge treadle Nilus, Nilus II and Colonial v2 looms and attaches to the loom using an adjustable length Texsolv cord. Click Here for more information on Treadle Spring installation in our manual section.

One treadle spring is required for each treadle (ie. 10 for an 8 harness/10 treadle loom). Treadle spring rods may also be available for older looms. Please contact us for more information. (Click on the pictures to enlarge)

ITEM # DESCRIPTION SHOWN AS PRICE (each)
88800-0385 Older Spring with clip A $4.95
88800-0386 Newer Spring with Texsolv Cord B $4.95





Loom Castle Top

While some Leclerc Floor looms like the Artisat, Nilus and Nilus II come with a handy storage shelf on the top of the castle, this was not always the case. These Castle Tops can be ordered for older 4 and 8 shaft looms in various widths and include 2 or 4 screws to fasten them. Holes will have to be drilled in the top of each of the castle sides. Please identify which loom the Castle Top is to be built for as these are special order products.

Contact us for pricing for Castle Tops for other widths and looms. The 4 shaft Castle Top is shown below. (Click on the pictures to enlarge)

ITEM # DESCRIPTION LOOM SIZE PRICE
88800-0130 4 Shaft Castle Top 36" $80.00
88800-0131 45" $85.00
88800-0132 60" $90.00
88800-0135 8 Shaft Castle Top 36" $110.00
88800-0136 45" $130.00
88800-0137 60" $155.00






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Last Updated: Wednesday March 15th, 2017