+1 :agree2:Collectability? A nice balanced well built 60 cc saw in my opinion. Price is only what you and a buyer can agree on and have you both be happy about it.
howdy, bought a nearly complete 116si powerhead and now need-at minimum a starter assembly. someone on here claimed to have parts, sent pm, no reply.
anybody else with used parts for a 116? tnx
I really depends on the condition and the number of hours of run time on the saw. If the compression is good, in the 145-160 range then it would likely just be the fuel lines and carb needing work. I fix a lot of them because I can at a fairly inexpensive cost but they are getting older and more difficult to find parts for than the Stihl and Husqvarna saws. If you can source out parts and do the repairs yourself then it may be worthwhile but not if you have pay a shop to do the repairs.I have a 116 SI 60 cm 3.7 cu in That is hard to start and i have no parts is it worth fixing?:chainsawguy:
I just bought a 116si also the guy I bought it from said it stated hard all I did was put a little gas in the carb twice now no problem starts great nowI have a 116 SI 60 cm 3.7 cu in That is hard to start
I have a 116 SI 60 cm 3.7 cu in That is hard to start and i have no parts is it worth fixing?:chainsawguy:
As I recall it they are related - but the 6800 has a larger top end and is a newer version.Dolmar 116si looking for a new air fitter and rubber mounts can someone help please it's to good not to fix up it cut's Australian hard wood with ease.
is the Mikita 6800i the same saw ??