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About 25 years ago while still in Long Beach, CA I bought a 14" Band saw made by National Industrial Tools, Inc. It's Taiwan-made but not a bad little saw. But some of the saw guides were cheap pot metal and broke. Now I can't find the outfit to get replacement parts. Can anyone help?
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Pictures of the saw? Model number?

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why replace with more cheap guides?

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About 25 years ago while still in Long Beach, CA I bought a 14" Band saw made by National Industrial Tools, Inc. It's Taiwan-made but not a bad little saw. But some of the saw guides were cheap pot metal and broke. Now I can't find the outfit to get replacement parts. Can anyone help?
If the originals broke I'd look for better ones. It depends on which part broke, but most are held on with simple bolts and slots to allow for adjustment.

A picture of the guides will help answer you question. bill

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specfic. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo
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About 25 years ago while still in Long Beach, CA I bought a 14" Band saw made by National Industrial Tools, Inc. It's Taiwan-made but not a bad little saw. But some of the saw guides were cheap pot metal and broke. Now I can't find the outfit to get replacement parts. Can anyone help?

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+1. With a picture it may be determined which band saws could be possible donors.








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As soon as I figure how to send a picture will do so. Thanks.
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