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Re: blew tire on bandsaw?

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08-10-2013 14:16:15

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Been well over a decade since I worked on one of them things. Back when I worked at Tracker Marine I fixed that sort of problem many many times. Most of the time I found the problem was the glue that glues the tire to the wheel loosens up then the tire slips in one area and that cause it to bunch up and then break

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George Marsh

08-10-2013 14:32:36

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 Re: blew tire on bandsaw? in reply to old, 08-10-2013 14:16:15  
Old, There was no sign of glue on wheel. Guy I ordered tire from said no glue. I can't believe it cost me $59 for two tires. Later I found them on ebay for half that price. George

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08-10-2013 14:42:50

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 Re: blew tire on bandsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 08-10-2013 14:32:36  
Ya some band saws use glue and others the tire is just so tight no glue needed. Was it the drive wheel or the idler that the tire gave out on you??

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George Marsh

08-10-2013 15:22:52

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 Re: blew tire on bandsaw? in reply to old, 08-10-2013 14:42:50  
drive wheel

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08-10-2013 16:11:58

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 Re: blew tire on bandsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 08-10-2013 15:22:52  
Ok good chance you got the blade in a bind so it torqued the tire which will cause it to bundle up and rip

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