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I try to run the center of the blade on the center of the wheel, but I'm not saying that is the only way. If you were running a blade made for cutting wet wood with teeth that were offset a lot, I'm guessing you might want to run it with the blade forward more on the wheels so the teeth wouldn't contact the wheel so much but I could be wrong. If your blade isn't tracking the same on the top and bottom wheel, then the wheels are most likely not coplaner. Ensure that the guide bushings or bearings aren't touching the blade so you can eliminate the possibility that they are affecting the tracking of the blade, then check and see if you need to move one of the wheels in or out.
 
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