The Urethane Bandsaw Tires stretch to fit without glue making installation easy! Plus, urethane won't suffer from dry rot and because they're not made of the usual rubber, they'll stay flexible longer to increase the performance of your blade. The long-lasting tires improve blade tracking and extends blade life. Their bright orange coloring makes them easy to inspect and they come with a lifetime warranty on the welds. The Urethane Band Saw Tire is 1" wide and may be trimmed to fit.
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Two Urethane Bandsaw Tires
I am at the North Shore...Posted July 7, 2013
I am at the North Shore Oahu-Sunset Beach Christian Church and I needed to repair their 50's 14"Delta Milwaukee Band saw. Thru the reviews I found that someone has bought the tires for the same saw and actual wheel diameter of 13.5". I ordered and had prompt delivery and I also called customer service and received great customer service on the phone. All said and done the tires worked great! My son in law (the senior pastor) put them on with out the hot water but I would reccomend the hot water procedure.
Getting decent wood gear in Australia...Posted May 5, 2013
Getting decent wood gear in Australia is a very tough ask, so when I found these new tires on my favourite site :}. I was very pleased indeed.Fitting was via hot water, 2 clamps and a flat screwdriver. They were pretty tight and required some vigour to get on, but once over the rim they settled in beautifully. Just ran my fingers around the edges to pop them in place and all was solved.Very happy with this purchase.
I've had these on my bandsaw...Posted April 23, 2013
I've had these on my bandsaw for a couple of years. They are well worth the price. The other day my blade got overheated and messed up the tires. No matter what I did my new blade would make the tires slip off because the heat had damaged them. Solution? I glued them on with contact cement, works like a charm!
Took the wheels off my 14"...Posted July 17, 2011
Took the wheels off my 14" Jet BS, cleaned them off, followed the directions by heating some hot water on the stove to not quite boiling and soaked the tires for 15 minutes, I did one tire at a time.Used 3 spring clamps as I stretched the tire on the wheel. Put the wheels back on my BS and waited 6 hrs. or so for the tires to dry, put my blade on and all was fine. Very simple to do!
I recently purchased and am restoring...Posted June 30, 2011
I recently purchased and am restoring a very well used Delta 14" band saw. The tires were junk and I purchased the urethane tires after reading most of the reviews. I did have to heat the tires to install, but with a few clamps and a little elbow grease, they went on without much difficulty. So far I am very satisfied with the service and the product.