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Author Topic: EZ Boardwalk blade tension  (Read 107 times)

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EZ Boardwalk blade tension
« on: September 13, 2020, 05:29:18 PM »
What should blade tension be set at on model 40 .042 blade? I had been watching the stop but was unsure of how much tension was actually on the band. I copied someone from the board (not sure who I need to thank) and made a fork to go on a torque wrench. I have been running about 38 lb. I checked with a second torque wrench and got the same measure. What should I go up to without worry of unnecessary strain or wear?

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