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I have a G0504 16"

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Contact Spaceage Ceramic Guideblocks at FAX 916 660 9975 for after market ceramic guides for this particular saw. They also do custom ceramic guides and thrust bearings.

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I'm not a Jet tech, just a bandsaw owner.
First, when you are adjusting the tracking knob, are you turning the wheel by hand for several revolutions to be sure which way it is running before making another adjustment? After tweaking it, you should turn it a bit to let it settle in. Also, be sure to tighten the adjustment knob down before turning it on.
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