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I remember some time ago, a member put a file in the library showing many bandsaws that were made by the same manufacturer....

I believe they were 14"???

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I remember some time ago, a member put a file in the library showing many bandsaws that were made by the same manufacturer....

I believe they were 14"???
Pretty sure that's the one I posted for him.. I got it from here originally as someone was kind enough to point it out to me when I bought mine and was looking for help.
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Another possible solution I just found would be to fabricate a table, like this one. It was made from Cherry, but I'm sure other types would suffice. Of course, you would still need to source the trunions, but I think they are still available.
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I have a Ram band saw model 0067 Mfg 1985. Yesterday the upper adjustment arm broke. It is made of cast pot metal. I do not think that I can fine replacement parts for this. The rest of the saw is in fine shape. I can be reached at [email protected]
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