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There should be enough adjustment on the tensioner to allow you to use any size blade that will be close to the original size. Set the tensioner/adjuster to the mid position measure the size of the blade, and look for one close to that size.
Do you have the manual? It might be there but I think the blade length is about 65 inches. If you're looking for new band saw blades, you may try checking www.sawblade.com . I purchased mine with them . They have pretty good blades.
Band saws are measured by length and width of the blade so measure the length or just take it to the parts place and you should be able to get one of the same size unless its an old or off size no longer made but I dont see that being a problem. Try ebay for your measurements or even Grainger.
I have 11[6 tooth scrolling blades] & 3[3/8" 14 tooth general purpose metal cutting blades.T8380-16 & T8382-16 for McGraw Edison 10" bandsaw. blades are 57" been hanging in my garage for past 25 yrs lol. would like to sell to best offer. contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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