Thank you Thank you. I have struggled with the same. I just went and
checked mine because I set it without tension and sure enough with a
blade and tension it was about 1/4" off. Luckily I only had to pull
two roll pins and re-drill some holes to fix the problem. I now have
an extra set of holes but it's worth it to have it cut straight.I still
have to use a little bit of lead to cut a straight line, but maybe a
new set of tires will fix that. Thanks again. It sure makes sense to
check it while under tension, but none of the books I read ever said
that. Happy Sawdust bc
PS I found that once I got it to tension, increasing the tension, as
you would with a wider blade, made some minor changes in wheel tilt,
but were easily corrected with the adjustment knob.
You said you drilled some holes, where and for what????