Model #10324260 CRAFTSMAN Saw Band

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Craftsman Band Saw Model 10324260

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I did some research on the blade and I was unable to locate information that would be helpful with regards to your question at this time. Your expert will answer within two business days with detailed information. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Joseph P. -
May 29, 2013
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Is the adjuster moving anything when you turn it? If the tension is not changing then maybe there is some binding or perhaps part of the tension set up has broken. Open the case and inspect the screw coming in for the tensioner. You may want to oil that screw and see if you can get anything to change as you spin it. Without seeing the machine, it's hard to know exactly why this isn't working but my experiences with these older machines has been finding seized parts.

I agree that the rounded top may be causing problems if the blade is coming off frequently. You may need to get a new tire for the wheel to alleviate that.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
June 01, 2013
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i'm wondering when was this saw built, does anyone know ?

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MATT -
February 01, 2016
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Band Saw - motor is hanging and not stable 10324260 Craftsman Craftsman 12 inch band saw

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insnstructions on how to install bandsaw tire 41815 that your expertts tell me are on managemy life.comi

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How to Install Bandsaw Tires - http://vintagemachinery.org/files/pdf/faq/1992-fww-bandsawtires.pdf

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Anonymous -
August 13, 2013
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Previous answer to question- Mark T , December 19, 2011 Thank you for your question. As a technician that has done this job many times I can really understand what you are going through. I will give you some tricks that I use that I hope will help you. You have the approximately 9 inch tires to go on a 12 inch plus wheel.You do have the correct tires. If your shop is in a cool climate you may have to warm up the wheel before you try to install the tires. A hair blow dryer will work. I will have about 8 to 10 3/8 x 4 inch dowels precut to help with this repair. Use some rubbing alcohol to clean the inside of the new rubber tires of any talc residue that may be on the tires. Then have a pan of very hot water to soak the new tires in. If you have a long bar clamp that you can install at the 6:00 o-clock position through the spoke of the wheel to keep the wheel from turning while you put the tire on would be helpful. Place the heated tire onto the warmed wheel at the 12:00 position and use the 3/8 dowels to span across the wheel and position the tire over the dowels as you work you way down both sides of the wheel. Start installing the dowel the 11:00 and the 1:00 position maintaining tension on the tire as you work it around the wheel as you get to the 3:00 and 9:00 position remove the 11:00 and 1:00 dowels, and continue working the warm tire around the wheel. I realize this is not easy and since you are having trouble with doing this installation if you have an extra pair of hands it would not hurt. Some of the band saw tire installation sites instruct you to remove the wheels and use clamps and rollers to roll the tires on. Even though these tires require some hand strength to get this done I have done all of mine with the wheels still on the saw.

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Anonymous -
August 13, 2013
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I believe the last post adequately covers this procedure. If you have further questions with this, please stop back by and let us know.

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Wade_B -
Sears Technician
August 15, 2013
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