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Removing Old Bandsaw Tires

#50213 by jmilligan » Fri Oct 30, 2009 11:57 pm

I want to replace old cracked bandsaw tires with new urethane tires. What is the best way to remove, clean and prep the wheels for the new urethane tires? (There may be a past thread on this you can refer me to).

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Jeff Milligan
Keizer Oregon
Mark V 520 (upgrade from 510), sliding cross cut table, bandsaw, DC3300, jointer, 6" belt sander, strip sander, biscuit jointer, router table, pro planer, power station and lift assist.

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#50221 by a1gutterman » Sat Oct 31, 2009 1:23 am

jmilligan wrote:I want to replace old cracked bandsaw tires with new urethane tires. What is the best way to remove, clean and prep the wheels for the new urethane tires? (There may be a past thread on this you can refer me to).
This threadmay be helpful. :)

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Tim

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#50254 by jmilligan » Sat Oct 31, 2009 11:39 am

Thanks Tim, the thread was very helpful.

I just watched the Jacob Anderson Bandsaw DVD. I guess now the decision is whether to go with urethane tires or just replace with rubber tires. In the DVD, Jacob Anderson doesn't use glue on rubber tires. He says it isn't necessary in most cases.

It does sound like most folks are choosing to replace with urethane tires and like them.

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Jeff Milligan

Keizer Oregon

Mark V 520 (upgrade from 510), sliding cross cut table, bandsaw, DC3300, jointer, 6" belt sander, strip sander, biscuit jointer, router table, pro planer, power station and lift assist.

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