Question about Craftsman 12 x 80" Band Saw Blade 6 tpi Regular Tooth
I am not a expert on this exact saw but I may be able to help. The good thing is that there is a ton of info. and help with older saws.
You have a 12" saw, this means that the wheels are 12" in diameter. the tires they sent you may have been the right ones ( they are smaller than the wheel and can be a real pain to put on ) the reason for them being smaller is so when the tires are on the wheels they don't slip.
Heres some places you can check.
- carter products ( www.carterproducts .com)
Look at these 2 sites to get you started, I would also look at "how to install a bandsaw tire" (just type that in ) this will give you a video on how to install a tire. Its alot easier to see it than having someone try and tell you.
You will need to know your width of tire i.e. 3/4"or1"
The saw you have is a Craftsman Model 103, 12" saw (they will ask you this also.
I really hope this helps in some way, The saw you have is a GREAT, I have a Model 113 and use it all the time.
If you have time to leave a comment I would be thankful.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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