Well I FINALLY installed the riser kit on my bandsaw that I got back in July. It's the Grizzly G0555. I got a 1/4" blade that I need to use and it's 105" long. I ended up cranking the blade tension all the way upto the 3/4" mark on the back and it's as tight as it goes. I've never had a bandsaw before but I'm pretty sure I can tell this isn't tight enough. Within the 12" exposed I can push the blade to the side by like a whole inch. I was able to get the blade aligned just by spinning the wheels by hand and adjusting the top wheel so that the blade rides on the centers of the wheels, but when I turn the power on it flaps like crazy. No clue how that could be unless there's something wrong with my saw? Anyone have this issue before? Dumb question but do I need to have the tenion lever enabled and THEN adjust the tension for it to work? ...I wouldn't think so, but I had the tension lever disabled, adjusted then tension all the way, and then enabled it...? Any ideas?