After I took the belt off and started the saw it still had bad vibes, so I put a dial indicator on the pulley and it had .005 runout which I didn't think was to bad but I went ahead and took the pulley off and started it then it was smooth. It still wouldn't pass the nickle test just with the motor running but I'm not cutting nickles so I can live with that. So when I get around to it I will call Ridgid and see what needs to be done. I still think this is a great saw.
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