Question about Craftsman 1/4 x 72-5/8" Band Saw Blade, 6 tpi
Where can I buy 1/4x72 5/8 Band Saw blades for a Craftsman Band Saw Mod# 113.244400. These blades are discontinued at Sears Parts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Band Saw Blade won't stay on
A lot of the larger band saws, and I don't know about your particular model, has an ajustment on the bottom wheel that tilts the wheel in order to track the blade. It is right at the axle and tilts it from there. If the back guide is a roller bearing I woud think you would want to roll all of the time. If a solid bearing block natually a small space where it will not hit is enough.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
OK go to Searspartsdirect.com and on the right hand side under model type in your model number it will take you to another page and on the right side you will see a box for manual click on it, what you will have to do is set up a FREE account to download the manual online or just view it, the information you need is on page 10. The complete manual is 14 pages long. Let me know if you have any problems
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
that is where I would look first, you would need your model number and go to Searspartsdirect.com and type in your model number to find and order the replacement rubber tires and that should take care of your problem
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
Two potential issues here:
a.) You probably need to align your bandsaw wheels. Here's a link to a craftsman 12" bandsaw manual. Assuming you have model 113243310, 113243311, 113243300, or a similar model, read over page 12-14 "Installing the blade". Specifically, look at section 10 about adjusting the tracking.
Having the blade guides set properly is important too. A thrust bearing (the one up top, behind the blade) that's set too far forward can push the blade off the wheels too.
b.) If it's flat out too loose and you can't get it tight, the blade might be too long. It's worth double checking your manual to confirm you are supposed to be using an 80" blade and double checking the blade package to make sure you actually have an 80" blade.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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