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Sachs Dolmar Chainsaws Thread

huskadolmar

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031132003 is a 143 piston, 031132001 is also. Neither is makita specific.as far as i know they are both 2 ring. I think one is thin ring and one thick ring. They interchange.
 
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Huska, do you know if 031132001 and 031132003 are the same? Was told the 001 is Dolmar and 003 is Makita but they are the same
They interchange. I think the 003 was intended for the 343 concrete saw so it had thicker rings where the 143 had thinner rings. I could be wrong, but i do know they interchange without any issue. And both were for dolmar.
 
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031132003 is a 143 piston, 031132001 is also. Neither is makita specific.as far as i know they are both 2 ring. I think one is thin ring and one thick ring. They interchange.
Thanks, per the exploded view the 001 is the piston assembly for the 143. I was given the other #, but I think you are right because the view does shows 2 different thickness rings, 1.5mm and 1.2 mm
 
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Well, I made a puller from 1/4" plate by drilling 3 holes and using Stihl t27 brake handle bolts (M5x35mm) and it popped off no sweat. It is a tapered shaft with no keyway, you would think it would slip, but apparently not.
So there you have it! I'll let this tiny thread slip off into oblivion, only to be dredged up someday by a needy soul. :cheers:
Dredged up I’m the needy soul
 

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I've yet to try a 7900 OEM on one, but have done a Husky 272 top end on a 116si.

Does anyone have any info on this? I think I vaguely remember seeing some pictures or a thread about this years ago.

I've spent more time than I care to admit using the search function and googling this...
 
Lee192233

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Good morning guys,
I thought I'd ask the experts in this forum. I know almost nothing about dolmars but I came across this. Screenshot_20200526-170004_Lite.jpg I was wondering if anyone knew the model or range of model this saw is in. Also, is it a "pro" saw. Looking for a good project saw. Any advice is appreciated!

Thanks,
Lee
 
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Good morning guys,
I thought I'd ask the experts in this forum. I know almost nothing about dolmars but I came across this. View attachment 831187 I was wondering if anyone knew the model or range of model this saw is in. Also, is it a "pro" saw. Looking for a good project saw. Any advice is appreciated!

Thanks,
Lee
Looks like its from the 116si - 120si family of saws, does it have the flip over lever choke? Very much a PRO level saw, tough as nails and I have years of production forest cutting with them.
 
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Looks like its from the 116si - 120si family of saws, does it have the flip over lever choke? Very much a PRO level saw, tough as nails and I have years of production forest cutting with them.
I ended up picking up this and a Husky 254 for 100 bucks. Both need TLC but I think I got a good deal. Pics later.
Lee
 
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It's later...
Sorry, check in the chainsaw trading post. I have pics up in there. The dolmar 116 is beyond repair. I should've looked at it closer. I was in a rush on my lunch break. It does look like a very well built saw that would be easy to work on. Might be some parts for someone though. I don't want to start a dolmar parts collection! The husky feels like it has awesome compression. I'm going to go through it and make an assessment later this week.
Have a great night,
Lee
 
heimannm

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I am in need of a few parts for my Dolmar 7900 such as the brake handle, air filter(s), air filter cover, and clutch/drum. I would prefer new OEM if possible. Do we have any dealers here that I can turn to?

Thanks,

Mark
 

svk

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I am in need of a few parts for my Dolmar 7900 such as the brake handle, air filter(s), air filter cover, and clutch/drum. I would prefer new OEM if possible. Do we have any dealers here that I can turn to?

Thanks,

Mark
Our two main member dealers are out of commission. Maybe try Boyd’s in Dresser, WI. They treated me well when I bought a saw there a while back.

I think @Philbert will remember his username on here.
 
heimannm

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Wetgunpowder. I gave Boyd a call this afternoon after viewing his website that only spoke of Echo saws...Boyd is going to set me up with what I need.

He also mentioned some interesting items to display in the museum. Stay tuned over in the Vintage Chainsaw Museum thread.

Mark
 
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