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Sachs Dolmar Chainsaws Thread

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by pioneerguy600, Jul 29, 2010.

  1. blk05crew

    blk05crew I like 'em green

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    Hi guys, I'm working on putting a Poulan 6000 (Dolmar 153) back together for a guy and I need to run new oil line while it's apart. Can someone help me with the routing, all I have to go off of is the parts diagram and the saw was apart already when I got it. Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Kanscruzer

    Kanscruzer OK

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    I used straight 3/16 -maybe 1/4 fuel lines & a brass barbed y works well been 5 years
     
  3. blk05crew

    blk05crew I like 'em green

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    Thanks, anyone have a picture of where the lines go?
     
  4. nstueve

    nstueve Makita Freak!

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    I have a spare chassis I can pull apart quick and snap some pics. I’ll pm you my cell number and you can text me about pics.
     
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    nstueve Makita Freak!

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    So the only place you can get 9010 igns is basically buying them new for $200-$300 for both pieces. That being said you need a flywheel puller that works on older dolmar/makita’s to get the job done. Might run you $50-$75 to find the right tool unless you are super handy and can make one. So you ask what’s the value??? That depends on who you are and where you live. Having a few spare parts to someone that owns a couple 9000/9010’s probably values the saw a bit higher or if you live in an area that knows the dolmar name really well that boosts price as well. Around Iowa I don’t think you’ll find anyone that will pay any more than $150-$200. In good condition running well I have struggled to get $500 from them with 28-32” bars. If you’re looking for a larger saw I usually steer people toward something that has a bit more aftermarket following and can be found for a decent price like a husky 394/395 or maybe a 064/066/660.

    Sorry don’t me to be a downer on your find but don’t want you to get upside down on a saw.
     
  6. nstueve

    nstueve Makita Freak!

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    There are several threads about the changes between the USA version 5100s and the 5105. I would read up there and compare what you have locally. Carb, ign, and cooling fins were the main differences from my recollection.
     
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    nstueve Makita Freak!

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    I’d keep backing the L out to see if you can get it to run... what’s it going to hurt if your out 2+ turns as long as it runs right. Not all carbs are a 1-1.5 turns out.

    I believe there is a walbro for those 123-133-143 saws but the tilly carbs were always primo runners. Keep in mind dolmar makita and wacker all had concrete saws of that same chassis if your looking for parts.
     
  8. blk05crew

    blk05crew I like 'em green

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    Awesome, thank you!
     
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    Can anyone tell me which model Dolmar would this be? I need to see if it is possible to freshen it up.

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    Mark
     
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    Small engine mechanic friend, and bonafide mechanical genius of 30 years, placed the carb in his ultra sonic cleaner overnight. Saw now starts and runs like it did, but still will not idle. What the hell could it be? Back "L" out more and it floods big time. ??????//?
     
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    Kanscruzer OK

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    That sounds right to me. I got hold of a junk rebranded model like the OP's a few years ago and used flywheel to replace bad one on Dolmar 133.
     
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    Can't find an ipl from wacker, link is to a Dolmar 309/343 ipl - not positive the 343 is the exact cut-off saw
    http://download.dolmar.com/dipls/426.pdf
    Ebay crankcase says wacker bts 10 and 11 - Dolmar 343
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WACKER-C...r-123-133-143-S-Cut-Off-Chainsaw/163429915728
     
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    Thanks all for your input. I will tear into it this week to see what kind of shape it is in.

    Mark
     
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    nstueve Makita Freak!

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    Have you read any “how to tune a 2-stroke” threads? I usually find that a saw that won’t tune at all means there is something else amiss with the saw. Just saying if you mess and mess with carb tube and can’t get it you should check your basics. Pressure/vac, spark, compression, fuel and impulse lines... etc. sounds like you are getting to much fuel so you might be flooding. Might need to check your needle seat/pop-off pressure or you might also have a weeping point inside the carb.
     
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    Ordering new carb from Ireland next week. Wish I had a known good carb to swap out. Well versed in how to tune saws. Been doing it many years now and so has my friend. Something internally is messed up with this carb. Idle circuit? Who knows? Done with it. Carb dip and ultrasonic cleaner couldn't fix it. Vac / Pressure test was good and all other functions, both basic and more advanced have checked good also. Only component left is the carb. Will keep post updated.
     
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    7BDA26A2-3B61-4249-B5E3-2B1FB9EAEE45.jpeg Been playing with this baby today.
    One of the benefits of selling saws is the sheer variety that come through, and I’m sure you’d agree I’d be a fool not to try as many different saws as possible.
    Was really impressed with SD and this 119, quite a torquey engine, felt great putting it through a bit of oak earlier today.
    The real bonus is that the saw cost £25!!
     
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    153 that I just finished up. Frustrating that the mounting points for the outer dog are broken on the clutch cover. 20190218_151742.jpg 20190218_151703.jpg 20190218_151756.jpg 20190218_152106.jpg
     
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    I know it was asked a month ago and was most likely answered, but just in case.
     

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    Hey everyone. I was pointed over here from another member. I joined up today and have been looking for more information and parts for my 2 Sachs Dolmar saws. I own a 116 Si and a 119. both are needing parts and I've been finding a few pieces that i need but still need more for both of them. During my search I was told that some models of Husquvarna's will cross over parts to the Sachs Dolmars, but I haven't been able to find out which ones. Now, that being said I'm sure there is oodles of information packed into this thread which is near 10 years old. I will start skimming through it but just figured I'd poke my nose in here
     
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