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Dolmar Chain Saws

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by Bruce Hopf, Sep 3, 2008.

  1. Bruce Hopf

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    Please let us know what models you have. Bruce.
     
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    Not sure what the point is but guess I'll play.....:)

    ps5100s
    ps401
     
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    None. But I would like to see what I could do with a 7900, just out of the challenge I guess.
     
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    The wife has a 5100S.
     
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    You ask, You shall receive.

    7 166's
    3 153's
    4 143's
    2 133's
    1 120SI
    2 116SI's
    2 119's
    2 114's
    1 113
    1 112
    2 CT's
    All in good running condition
    except one of the 166's needing
    a piston.

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    Just a 7900 but wouldnt mind having a good running 166.
     
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    but wouldnt mind having a good running 166.[/QUOTE]


    Wouldn't we all?
     
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    3....7900
    1....7300
    1....6401
    6....5100s
    2....3410
    1....401
    1....120si
    1.....133super
    1.....120plain
    2.....115s

    and about a dozen older parts saws.100,102,400,120,114,112ect




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    I have a 7900, but I really don't care for another one. It's a great saw and I'd buy it again, but I'm still a Husqvarna man.
     
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    2-5100's, 116si, 7900, 166, 166 pipe/alcohol.
     
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    CT new wearing a 30" .404"
    166 full wrap wearing a 72" with skip .404"
    166 full wrap wearing a 36" with 3/8"
    166 lightly modded wearing a 17" 3/8" semi skip sq chisel
    153 full wrap wearing a 29" .404"
    143mx wearing a 29" .404"
    133super wearing a 20" 3/8'
    133 full wrap wearing a 20" 3/8"
    2) 309 powercuts 12"
    343 powercut 14"
    PS7900EHP 20"
    PS7900 24"
    PS7900 20"
    PS6000 16"
    116si racer 18" 3/8" sq chisel
    2) KMS4 projects in the works
    PS5100EHP 20"
    PS5100 20"
    PS540 18"
    112 16"
    PS401 14"
    PS401 12"
    PS3410 12"

    many many other part saws too many to list
    MANY MANY new saws as well too much to list

    Scott
     
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    Don't have any Dolmars, wouldn't own one either! :monkey:
     
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    If we are counting Makitas i have a DCS7900 (Dolmar Chain Saw)

    Ultra 6!!!!!! 5000s?????? was that a misstype? lol
     
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    No it is 6...5100s
     
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    Oops thats what i thought i typed lol
     
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    540 and (2) 401 all in Makita blue....I see that my 540 is only the 2nd listed, but I really like mine.:cheers: The 401s make for smooth, lightweight limbing saws.:chainsaw:
     

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