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Blade Pulley Tire
$12.33
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2 Reviews
Fix Number
FIX10133097
Manufacturer Part Number
45-69-0010
This is an authentic blade pulley tire. This part is sold individually, however two tires are needed on the bandsaw. If one tire needs to be replaced, it is recommended by the manufacturer to replace them both at the same time. The blade pulley tire is what keeps the blade tracking accurately. They are a common wear part that will become brittle or stretched out over time. This leads to the blade coming off the pulleys or not tracking correctly. This is a very simple repair, the tire stretches onto the pulleys, no disassembly required.

Installation Instructions

Mike from NILES, MI
OEM blade pulley tires no longer available
Remove the blade carriage from the top of the saw and disassemble. Clean and smooth the drive and driven wheels. Secure them in a holding fixture so that you can use both hands to stretch the tires over the outside of the wheels. Immerse the tires in a hot water bath so that they stretch more easily.

I am certain that this process would be much easier on a newer model saw (like the Milwaukee units this part is speced for!).
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Tire
$10.75
Special Order
Fix Number
FIX10183729
Manufacturer Part Number
650721-00
This is a Genuine OEM replacement part It is sold individually Two tires are needed on the Bandsaw. If one tire is worn, it is advisable to replace both at the same time. The purpose of the Blade Pulley Tire is to keep the blade tracking correctly. Over time they will become brittle or stretched out. You then will have the problem of the blade coming off the pulleys or not tracking properly. The tires simply stretch onto the pulleys. No tear down of any parts is needed.
Ball Bearing
$4.99
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1 Review
Fix Number
FIX10180918
Manufacturer Part Number
605040-65
If your tool is making a squeaking or squealing sound, a worn bearing is a likely cause. Bearings are designed to lessen the friction between moving parts, so they are prone to deterioration over the life of your equipment. This part includes one OEM ball bearing which is sealed on both sides. Installation may vary depending on the model-type, but in general, this should be a quick and easy repair that can be easily done yourself.
Carbon Brush (Sold Individually)
$10.69
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Fix Number
FIX10176277
Manufacturer Part Number
5140011-85
This is a single carbon brush with a spring. Carbon brushes are what supply electricity to the armature. They are known to wear due to constant rubbing against the commutator, so it should not be a concern if they are in need of a replacement. They should be inspected regularly, especially if your power tool is not functioning properly. A worn brush can cause excessive sparks, however a damaged armature can also cause sparks, so you will need to inspect both parts. This is a simple repair that should only take a few minutes. You will need to remove the brush caps, and then align the new carbon brush in the holder with the tabs. You will need a screwdriver to secure the cap.
Cam Follower
$4.99
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Fix Number
FIX10117025
Manufacturer Part Number
02-25-0260
This is an OEM cam follower for a bandsaw. Each bandsaw has six cam followers in total, three on the front guide and three on the back. Four of these help to prevent the blade from wobbling, so it cuts straight. The other two support the back of the blades so it does not come off the tire when you are cutting. This cam follower is sold individually; however, it is recommended to replace all six at the same time. When this part becomes worn it can make a squealing sound and should be inspected for damage. For this repair you will need a flat blade screwdriver.
Sleeve Bearing
$4.99
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Fix Number
FIX10128876
Manufacturer Part Number
42-40-0580
Sleeve bearings are located on the blade pulley axles of your bandsaw. If you notice the blade on your bandsaw is not tracking correctly, this is likely a sign that this part needs to be replaced. We recommend inspecting the blade pulley tires at the same time because if they are worn, they can also hinder the tracking of the blade. Each bandsaw has four of these sleeve bearings, however, they are sold separately. We carry only OEM quality parts to ensure proper fit and performance.
Pulley Tire
$4.99
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10133098
Manufacturer Part Number
45-69-0030
This is an authentic OEM pulley tire for a band saw, sold individually. Two tires are needed on the band saw, so even if only one is worn, we advise replacing both at the same time. The tires are made of rubber to ensure reliable traction to drive the blade safely. This rubber material is prone to wear with time, especially considering its constant contact with metal shavings. If the blade is coming off the pulley or not tracking properly, these are common signs that it is time to be replaced. This is a very quick and easy repair that does not require any tear down of parts or tools. The tire simply stretches onto the pulleys.
Tire
$40.28
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2 Reviews
Fix Number
FIX10375821
Manufacturer Part Number
100025A
This manufacturer-approved tire is for band saws. Tire covers the wheel on which the blade rotates. The tire is a tight fit; stretch it around the wheel. Unplug the saw before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

Installation Instructions

Thomas from GROESBECK, TX
Tires were 14 years old and were getting rough
Step 1: Unplug band saw
Step 2: Remove Blade
Step 3: Use awl to pry up one edge of old tire, hold it up with your thumb and push the awl the rest of the way through, and pry the old tire off. (be careful not to mare the aluminum wheel with the awl.)
Step 4: Clamp the tire in one spot to the wheel, insert the tire until it will not go on anymore, clamp it at the point, work the tire on with both hands from that point until it is on the wheel, remove clamps, and seat the tire on the wheel. (use clamps that have padded covers where they touch the wheel, again making sure not the mare the wheel.
Step 5: Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for the other wheel.
Step 6: Re-install blade and set tracking and make coplanar adjustments. (hand rotate while setting tracking)
Step 7: Plug the band saw in
Step 8: Start the band saw and make sure it runs true. (It will run quieter as well)
Step 9: Have a nice day.
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Brush and Retainer
$10.68
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10110634
Manufacturer Part Number
874289
Carbon Brush
$5.19
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10122132
Manufacturer Part Number
22-18-0025
This part includes one carbon brush, however we recommend replacing both the carbon brushes at the same time, meaning you may need to order two. To keep your equipment running effectively, it is important to replace the brushes when needed. For this simple repair you will need a screwdriver and pliers. You will begin by removing the screws that are holding the cover together. Next, remove the housing to expose the armature and brush holder. Remove the worn carbon brush and install your new OEM carbon brush in its place. Reassemble your tool, and your repair is complete.

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