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The blade keeps running off the wheels. I have replaced the tires and guides. Is there any kind of adjustment to true the wheels

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No there isn't, what you need to check for is loose axles (the stud with retaining ring), and also check the front housing for misalignment. If it has gotten hit it will cause the blade to run off. What you can do is take the wheel cover off and loosen the axle and put a shim under the backside to tilt the axle forward and retighten, this will usually cure the problem. Also look at the wheel bearings for wear. Let me know if you need more assistance and if I have helped you with yuor problem would you please vote accordingly, Thanks

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Then adjust the tracking and guides as follows:
Before tuning it up, loosen the guides and wheels away and square the table to the tensioned blade. Then follow these steps in order:
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  2. Now, make sure the blade guides are adjusted so they don't deflect the blade to either side (when looked at from the front), so they contact the blade just behind the gullet of the teeth, but not against the hooked teeth themselves, and are just tight enough to allow the blade to run freely (including the weld). (If your guides are worn and out of flat, you may wish to dress them on a sander before adjusting them against the blade.) Adjust the guides both above and below the table. At this point, ensure that the guide bar moves up and down easily and locks into position without torqueing the guides against the blade.
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At this point, check the cut by trying to follow a straght line penciled on a board. Some blades will naturally tend to veer slightly on a diagonal, depending on how they are sharpened, and you may have to adjust your fence to compensate for this "drift".
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