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Where can I find discontinued parts for craftman bandsaw

I need a new sleeve bearing for the drive wheel p/n 977053-001

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Call the manufactor and see if they have left over parts or maybe a store near you. Or maybe you can e-mail the company and see what they say.

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SOURCE: I need a bandsaw blade for a Craftman 3 12 ( vint.

You'll need to find out the length of the blade in inches. If you have an old broken one, you can simply measure it. Then if you search online, you'll find a variety of sources that will weld/braze a custom length blade for you. (link here)
Otherwise, you might find a manual here. that gives the standard length for that machine.

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SOURCE: hi i have a craftman bench 10 inch bandsaw that has blade drif

The problem could be one of two things. The tires could be worn or glazed with rosin. Try cleaning the tires with mineral spirits to remove the build-up. The other possibility is that the pulleys are out of alignment. To check this, put a straight edge across the face of the lower pulley and see if squares with the upper pulley, if it doesn't, loosen the set screw on the upper pulley and adjust accordingly

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If you still have the old belt, take it to a well equipped hardware or auto parts store for a replacement. If the previous belt is missing, you will need to measure the pulley 'V' width at the top of the 'V', the center to center measurement of the two shafts, and the outer diameters of the two pulleys. Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: I have a Delta BS220LS Bandsaw. The tire part no.

Give a try here -> eReplacementParts.com : Power Tool Parts and Tool Repair

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SOURCE: Sears 12" bandsaw Model 11324200 I

Here is a link to the parts diagrams.  You can order new parts and have them shipped right to your home.
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Saw-Parts/Model-113247210/0247/0744100?pathTaken=

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Bandsaw lower wheel bearing replacement procedure


Since the bearings are bad, you don\'t care about hurting them worse; your three priorities are (1) getting the bearings OUT, (2) not damaging the wheel, and (3) not hurting yourself in the process.



The single best way I know to accomplish what you\'re setting out to accomplish is to use a small slide hammer with two fingers barely small enough to fit through the bearing\'s center hole. They\'ll hook on the insides of the inner bearing race. As you tap on the hammer end of the tool, it\'ll tug the bearing right out.



The second best way I know to do it is to use a long pin punch - about a 1/4" should be fine for it - and about a 120z hammer. You reach through one bearing to tap (GENTLY) on the inner race of the opposite bearing. Work ALL THE WAY AROUND so you don\'t accidentally cock the bearing in its bore as you drive it out. If you can detect that it\'s cocked a little, drive a little more on the diagonally opposite side until it straightens. If you cock the bearing in its bore, your wheel will be wrecked.



As an alternative to the pin punch, you can also drive out a bearing by using a concrete nail (available at your hardware store) turned around backwards. Concrete nails are stiffer, tougher, and harder than ordinary lumber nails. You\'d reach through one bearing\'s inner race with the HEAD of the concrete nail and tap on the nail\'s pointed TIP with your hammer. The nail\'s head will give you a straighter driving angle than the pin punch will. Still, use exactly the same procedure - tap gently and work all the way around.



Once you get one bearing out - either way, slide hammer or pin punch, you can easily drive the other bearing out. For that, you\'d use a deep socket barely small enough to fit through the hole in the wheel, plenty big enough to catch as much of the bearing\'s outer race as possible. Again, tap GENTLY on the opposite end of the socket with your hammer, and watch carefully - if that bearing cocks a little, you have to concentrate on driving the diametrically opposite side a little more so the bearing drives straight out.



If this wasn\'t for a bandsaw, I\'d recommend heating the wheel\'s hub (BUT NOT the bearing!) with a propane torch to expand the aluminum hub a little - the bearing would nearly fall out - but this IS for a bandsaw, and of all things you don\'t want the heat to to distort that wheel. Careless torch work can even melt the wheel, and it\'d certainly ruin your tire. The carpet, too. :) :) :)



No, leave the torch alone, don\'t use it here. If you\'d like to own a slide hammer, find a SMALL one & buy one. If you\'d have no later uses for a slide hammer, try working with either a concrete nail or a pin punch.

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Need a manual for a sears/craftsman model #103.24300 bandsaw


Any particular reason? If general settings problem, please follow this advice:

Brand of bandsaw is of no importance, problem is... I assume that problem is with regulation of the blade motion. Please follow these instructions, I posted them previously for another member, they apply to any bandsaw in existence, regardless of brand, manufacture, age or look...

I love bandsaws, they are one of best and most universal woodworking machines, used as well in food and metal industries.

Now, what you should know about bandsaw that it have several points of regulations and all of them must be adjusted correctly. Basic "anatomy" of bandsaw is that it have body, in it there is housed driving wheel (bottom) and tension wheel (top), both of these are protected by rubber "tyre" usually crowned, that allow for better self adjustment and protect teeth on the band.

Switch machine off and remove power plug from the socket.

Start with tension, open covers, retract top (above the table) and bottom (below the table) guides so blade is not touching the rear bearing or side slides.

1. rotate top wheel and see where blade is wandering, regulate tension and tilt on the wheel till band position itself on the centre of the top wheel, is rotating freely without wandering, and cuttin edge is off the wheel or rubber and do not touch the wheel or raiser.
2. cut strip of paper and slide top guide towards the blade till bearing touch blade through the paper (paper thickness is about correct distance of bearing to the blade), allowing paper to be slided out without tension. lock bearing guide in.
3. insert paper on internal side of the blade and slide internal slide guide block till you can only pull the paper out, lock the slider.
4. repeat previous (3) operation on external guide block and after you slide paper out, lock it in position as well.
5. manually rotate the tension wheel, should operate freely, without wandering, without touching bearing or side slides.
6. repeat step 2 to 5 on the bottom guide
7. close the covers
8. adjust hight of the top guide suitable to cut , allowing about 2 finger breaths above the cut piece.
9. connect power, switch on the bandsaw and switch off, after it stop, check for tension, switch on and make test cut.

This general rule applies to all bandsaw, regardless of brand, make, vintage. Do remember that this is not a toy, it will cut through, wood, metal and your fingers...

Do remember, that these operations must be performed every time when you change the blade, do not forget to use bit of silicone or teflon spray if you cut very sappy or green wood, do not press and force, allow blade to slide and cut, use protection screen and googles, you have only two eyes and there are no spares...

If you have problem with your bandsaw, not related to adjustments, please do not hesitate to ask further questions, let us know how you get along with this info.

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Sorry as i have extremely little amount of info on this machine (not mine ) i said i would fix it for her it is a 3 wheeled machiene made by rexon i asked for the model & was told all she could find...


Brand of bandsaw is of no importance, problem is... You did not stated what is exactly the problem, I assume therefore tha tproblem is with regulation of the blade motion. Please follow these instructions, I posted them previously for another member, they apply to any bandsaw in existence, regardless of brand, manufacture, age or look...

I love bandsaws, they are one of best and most universal woodworking machines, used as well in food and metal industries.

Now, what you should know about bandsaw that it have several points of regulations and all of them must be adjusted correctly. Basic "anatomy" of bandsaw is that it have body, in it there is driving wheel (bottom) and tension wheel (top), both of these are protected by rubber "tyre" usually crowned, that allow for better self adjustment and protect teeth on the band.

Switch machine off and remove power plug from the socket.

Start with tension, open covers, retract top (above the table) and bottom (below the table) guides so blade is not touching the rear bearing or side slides.

1. rotate top wheel and see where blade is wandering, regulate tension and tilt on the wheel till band position itself on the centre of the top wheel, is rotating freely without wandering, and cuttin edge is off the wheel or rubber and do not touch the wheel or raiser.
2. cut strip of paper and slide top guide towards the blade till bearing touch blade through the paper (paper thickness is about correct distance of bearing to the blade), allowing paper to be slided out without tension. lock bearing guide in.
3. insert paper on internal side of the blade and slide internal slide guide block till you can only pull the paper out, lock the slider.
4. repeat previous (3) operation on external guide block and after you slide paper out, lock it in position as well.
5. manually rotate the tension wheel, should operate freely, without wandering, without touching bearing or side slides.
6. repeat step 2 to 5 on the bottom guide
7. close the covers
8. adjust hight of the top guide suitable to cut , allowing about 2 finger breaths above the cut piece.
9. connect power, switch on the bandsaw and switch off, after it stop, check for tension, switch on and make test cut.

This general rule applies to all bandsaw, regardless of brand, make, vintage. Do remember that this is not a toy, it will cut through, wood, metal and your fingers...

Do remember, that these operations must be performed every time when you change the blade, do not forget to use bit of silicone or teflon spray if you cut very sappy or green wood, do not press and force, allow blade to slide and cut, use protection screen and googles, you have only two eyes and there are no spares...

If you still have some trouble with your bandsaw, please do not hesitate to ask further questions, let us know how you get along with this info.

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