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Big CC Chainsaws a thing of the past or will new models come out soon?

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98.52cc I rebuilt a bunch of those for a local. 

 

Here is a nicer one.

 

Then some I redid.  Think he had around 12 at one time.

 

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Robin Wood said:

Yeah mate, the only 100 over cc saw that looks good imo is 2100xp. Then maybe 084 in 2nd place

I like the 881. Looks so much nicer than the old 880 👌

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19 hours ago, Cut4fun said:

98.52cc I rebuilt a bunch of those for a local. 

 

Here is a nicer one.

 

Then some I redid.  Think he had around 12 at one time.

 

 

 

 

 

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Still can't beat uncles 30 dolmar 166s

He was probably hoarding half of the 166 existed on the planet lol

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Big saws are finished for me. I cant hold them up for any length of time. My go to big saw is now my 7900 Makita. But for most jobs there isnt much a 50cc or 60cc pro saw cant handle

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I have a lovely Sachs Dolmar 153 with a 37" bar. Start third pull every time and runs like new. Don't really get to use it any longer, anyone know what this would be worth if I offered it up for sale?.

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I have a lovely Sachs Dolmar 153 with a 37" bar. Start third pull every time and runs like new. Don't really get to use it any longer, anyone know what this would be worth if I offered it up for sale?.

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I think they're quite collectible now, don't rush into the first deal.

 

You want Andy,@shavey

 

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Thanks Dan

 

All the reports and reviews say that its a real muscle saw and worth a fair bit. Its never let me down and cuts really well. lets hope someone can put a value on it. 

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I start the bid at 50p and a curlywurly 👍

 

cracking saw but no idea on its true value.

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4 hours ago, damski007 said:

I have a lovely Sachs Dolmar 153 with a 37" bar. Start third pull every time and runs like new. Don't really get to use it any longer, anyone know what this would be worth if I offered it up for sale?.

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@shavey ...... Give Andrew Shavey a message , he would know . I bet does not rev much but is a real torque monster ,.

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I have a lovely Sachs Dolmar 153 with a 37" bar. Start third pull every time and runs like new. Don't really get to use it any longer, anyone know what this would be worth if I offered it up for sale?.
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Unless it’s in factory mint condition,
About £2-300
And that’s being generous.
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