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Where can I find replacement blade gide bearings for a ryobi 9'' table top band saw BS 903

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The part number is
080007005056 . They are $9.92 each and you can get they from Ryobi's website.
Click this link and enter the part number above then click on the little check mark to the right of the listed part.

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