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Posted on Rikon 10-324 Blade Tension is screwy

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#1 posted 05-19-2017 11:46 AM

Yes, when the tension is off then the blade came off and on very easily.

It’s when I put the blade tension on and then try to loosen the tension is when I run into problems. I went down again this morning and looked at it again and I think I might be blowing this out of proportion. I did run it yesterday several times to check for blade tracking and all was good.

According to Alex Snodgrass video on how to setup a BS for resawing I have the correct tension on the blade and this time it didn’t make those odd popping sounds… I think I’m nervous, I don’t want to ruin my bs

whats the worse that could happen? blade brakes?

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