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I cant seem to find the blade size for an older pro tech bandsaw model 3101. Is there a newer model that is compatible?

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In case you don't know, there are band saw blade supplier that custom blade to any length. Call sawblade.com

Posted on Nov 12, 2014

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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.

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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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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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