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Dolmar PS-7910 Coming Soon

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by JimmyT, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. JimmyT

    JimmyT AboristSite Guru

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    I just received some info from Dolmar USA in Alpharetta Georgia. The new Dolmar PS-7910 is expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2012. I don't have the new specs. or changes yet but I am assuming it will be coming with the new lightweight piston and other changes for better engine performance and to meet EPA regulations.
     
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    Why can't Dolmar take a page from Husqvarnas book and release some info about the saw a year in advance of actually releasing it. Kinda funny we complain that Husqvarna does this and I'm complaining that I wish Dolmar would do it.
     
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    lowrider1, I know what you mean, I hate to be teased, the waiting and anticipation is a killer.
     
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    What, you don't actually expect Dolmar to do something smart to help market their chainsaws :dizzy:? That certainly wouldn't fit their SOP to date (at least in the USA). Maybe an ASer in Europe can shed some light on the new PS-7910.
     
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    seems like this can be a double edged sword. Opinions (on AS anyhow) are formed sometimes before anyone has had one in their hands or even set eyes on it. The company takes a gamble, either it will be loved on or hated on for a year....
     
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    Hey, that gives me an idea.

    ATTENTION ALL CHAINSAW MANUFACTURER'S. I PROPOSE THAT YOU SEND ME, PRE-DISTRIBUTION, ANY NEW MODEL YOU ARE RELEASING, AND I'LL GIVE IT ALL THE POSITIVE PROPAGANDA YOU WANT

    That is all.
     
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    FG, that's very true, but I think the success of the Dolmar 5100, 6400, & 7900 was/is related more to word-of-mouth than any 'marketing' by Dolmar. That goes double for the Makita 6401 & 7901.
     
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    Officer's Match, what about if it is a new model full of latent defects. Do you want to know the good and bad.
     
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    Great idea :clap:!

    Let us know when you become overwhelmed by too many free new chainsaws :msp_tongue:.
     
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    I want to become a Dolmar Mole and get that free stuff.
     
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    Are you sure it wasn't just the calendars?????
     
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    Hey what's so bad about that? I'm an older model full of latent defects.:wink2:
     
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    Maybe a little bourbon and coke will smooth those defects right out!
     
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    JimmyT AboristSite Guru

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    Any news on the 562 release date?
     
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    Probably, and they are likely to be much more popular among saw forum members than in general.
     
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    I dunno, I've seen alcohol & 'coke' magnify the defects in folks.
     
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    Chris, I gotta have just a little flavoring in my eggnog.
     
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    No question about that - which makes buying used Dolmar products locally dirt cheap :) No one around here even seems to know what they are! :p
     
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    Maybe a bright red Dolmar Blimp at the football games would help.
     
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    If made like the 5105 and 6400C, it is going to have a catalytic muffler on it that is heavier than a standard muffler.
     

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