Did the polyurethane tires today. Put the tires in some hot water and a couple drops of soap like it says to do. Had no problem putting the tires on as long as I used some pony clamps to help hold the tire. Well, after I got the tires on, I decided to align everything else on the bandsaw. Took my time to make sure I got it all right. Did some other things. A few hours must have passed. I went to align the fence and started to cut the test piece of wood. Cut the wood fine, aligned the fence and then went to finish cutting the test wood. That's when it happened. The bottom wheel tire came off while I was cutting. Startled me, but I was quick to turn off the saw. No damage to anything. The blade was still on the wheels. The bottom tire was in the spokes.
I think maybe I should have waited longer for the tires to get back to their original shape. I measured the circumference of the tire while it was off. It was 31". I believe in the other thread, Nick said the tires should be about 30". The off spec tires SS had at one time were 32". I didn't measure the tires before I put them in the hot water. I think the 31" measurement I got from the tire that came off was because they weren't back to their original shape.
That's my rant. Hopefully, when I go out tomorrow to resaw a piece off wood I need to finish my dock, the tire will stay on.