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#1 posted 12-03-2018 04:21 PM

If the bandsaw was unused for nine years, you might consider the “tires,” the rubber or plastic bands on the wheels. They could be breaking down in a way that causes the drift. Otherwise I would suspect the blade guides. If the guides have ever contacted the tooth set of the blade, it could affect the tracking.

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