A few years ago a friend picked up a vintage Craftsman bandsaw at a garage sale or something for like $5 and gave it to me. (If it isn't this exact same one, it's pretty darn close.) Now I finally have a project I think I could really use it for, so I want to get it working. Everything seems to function properly -- meaning, the motor turns on and spins fast without making any weird noises, and the bandsaw wheels turn smoothly when I move them by hand, and they can be adjusted in various ways apparently as they're meant to be -- but it needs a new blade and a belt. I figured out what kind of blade to buy because it already had an old rusty one I could just copy the measurements from. (Stupidly, I threw the blade out after I'd written down all the measurements. Oh well.) But it didn't come with a belt at all and I have no idea what I should be looking for. It seems like the length of the belt isn't too important, since within reason I can mount the motor any distance from the bandsaw that I want/is convenient, but I don't know how the belt is supposed to sit on the pulleys, so I don't know what the cross-section should look like, how wide/deep it should be, etc. and I don't know what it should be made of, if they come in different materials or flexibilities or whatever else. Is there an established method of determining this? And, where's the best place to find them? Menards, Home Depot, and Lowes don't seem to carry bandsaw belts at all. Thanks in advance!