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SOLD!!!! Sachs Dolmar 112 with owners manual. Private message with correspondence.

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by Den, Dec 24, 2019.

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    PM me with correspondence of any kind.
    I have a Sachs Dolmar 112 that runs nice. Looks nice. I'd sell for $145 plus the ride.
    I am very fond of the 111 Dolmar and 110 Dolmar, so if anybody wants to trade, I'm open to it.
     

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    I just got a 112 and really like it-Well made west German machine. Are the 110 and 111 much different in construction etc...
     
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    111 is built a little smaller. I've had both. 112 has a smoother starter, I think may be a little more durable over all. I invested near all my money in a new Husqvarna 55 and used 066mag 1 year, accident smashed the 66, couldn't cut a pickup load of wood without problems with the 55. Bought an 112 with a 24inch bar from an old neighbor and it did most my work for near a year. Was surprised how well it did with the 24inch bar.
     
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    I was loving the specs on that saw until I got to the weight. 13.7lbs for a 51cc is just too much.

    Looks real nice, though.
     
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    That's with bar and chain. Probably not as far off in your hands as you think.
     
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    HumBurner, you might want to compare some stats. Went to Mike Acres site to make a power to weight ratio comparison. (assuming his numbers are correct).
    For instance, compare the popular Stihl 028AV and the Sachs Dolmar 112.

    Stihl 028AV:
    43cc engine
    13.9 lbs w/13" bar and chain.

    Sachs Dolmar 112:
    51cc engine
    13.7 lbs w/13" bar and chain.

    I don't believe the power to weight ratio of a 112 Sachs Dolmar is a grotesque number. Certainly not a heartbreaking, deal breaking ratio that one would wring their hands over. It actually beats the widely loved Stihl 028AV.


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    Used my 112 on a pecan tree yesterday-1 pull cold and she is purring-must resist cad:sweet: David --also like the adjustable oiler...Nice orange color---
     
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    They are an excellent starting saw.
     
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    Yes 46 Poulan, they are nice saws.
    In fact, I may wind up keeping the 112 Dolmar, as well as the "like new" Poulan/Craftsman CV 3700 (which is shockingly powerful), and sell the mint condition Stihl 028 AV Super. Hate to sell the nice 028 but I can't keep every single saw I like. Also need money to finish up several Husqvarna's.
    (Thinking out loud !!)



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    Update: Sold the 028 AV Super today.
    Also, since I prefer my 111 Dolmar over the 112, I'll consider trading the current 112 for another 111. Thought someone might have a nice 111 laying around they want to trade.
    To me, I like the looks and the ergonomics of the 111 better. Personal preference.
     
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    Sold the Dolmar 112 this morning. Nice saw. Went to a good home.
     
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