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Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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It takes a 70 inch blade. Don't go any wider than 3/8 inch, a 1/4 in blade works well. Get as thin a blade as possible. The 6" wheels can be ******* blades. I had new tires made for mine but have lost the name and address of the source so now I am on a search for those!
You will probably have to get the blades custom made. I get mine made at Island Saw in Victoria BC Canada. Not too expensive.
Posted on Apr 04, 2012
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