06:33PM | 08/31/04
Member Since: 08/30/04
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I'm looking for a replacement key for this saw. Found it at a garage sale, works, but missing the key. Any ideas? Am I right that the company has gone out of business?


02:16PM | 08/08/05
Member Since: 08/07/05
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I know this reply is a year old, but I just found one of these for myself as well, and I need to replace the bands, (I think they are V-Belt type drive belts), for the machine. I have a "key", and can let you know what it looks like or maybe can get it duplicated, if you want? Let me know if you are still interested in that at all...

I think standard V-Belt type auto belts will also work, if you can't find them there, try a really good Sewing machine shop that has a lot of different type of belts for these types of products as well. You may need to bring in the original belt, of course...




08:22AM | 10/17/06
Member Since: 10/16/06
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Did you locate replacement belts for this saw?



06:55PM | 03/04/13
I have a band saw Duracraft 20412, Baught uit from a garage sale for cheep. Mind is driven by a direct drive to the rear wheel. After a bit of use I found the blade wanted to come off. all of the wheels have a rubber surface that the blade rides on. The rubber is broken, my unit says 1983 fro manafacture. I have been think about wrappint the wheel with Gaff tabe but woule like the rubber if anyone knows where.



11:05AM | 04/16/13
I have the same problem as John. No rubber on the drive wheel.

John did you get an answer?


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