Question about Ryobi 351009000 Blade 1/4 x 6T x 59 1/4"L
Have adjusted guides, tension and even a new blade regardless of efforts will not or can not achieve a stright cut.
The side guides should be just off touching the blade (top and bottom) The thrust bearing behind the blade should be just off th blade while it is free running (T & B). The amount of blade exposed to the timber needs to kept to a minimum - like top guide abou 1/4" above timber. Then, correct tension for blade size :)
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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