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9 hours ago, Ian C said:

Hi Andrew

 

Long time no hear!

 

out little dolly is still running, don't get much use mind, what ever happened to the new top handle mak/dolmar were bringing out?

Hello Ian 

yes long time , they’ve come out and I’ve sold a couple of them haven’t heard from anyone so that’s good news , yeah I’ve been a bit laxadazical lately I should have posted some photos and information  , I will get one ordered up and maybe  do. A partial breakdown of the saw on here so everyone can see what it’s like 

meanwhile I’ll put up some stock  photos

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40cc class is covered by this Saw very good runner reliable easy to start  , runs on .325 050 narrow kerf or 3/8 lo-pro 
 
 
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Hi Andrew, the 420 is a cracking saw, punches well above its class. Loved mine when I had it. What was the cause of the problem with that one I part Ex'd you Andrew.
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9 minutes ago, harvey b davison said:


 

 


Hi Andrew, the 420 is a cracking saw, punches well above its class. Loved mine when I had it. What was the cause of the problem with that one I part Ex'd you Andrew.

 

Hello Harvey thanks it is a fantastic Saw the 420 everyone likes them I’ve had some good feedback on the 420’s

 

your old 350 was a carb overhaul, new plug and fuel filter and tune up 

Iam sorry I forgot too get back too you about the multitool Dolmar have made them NLA

but Iam always on the lookout for any that come up for sale

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2 hours ago, Jamie Jones said:

I am intrigued as I have seen the Makita/Dalmar saws that comes with the metal boxes as to what it looks like inside and is there easy tools storage and securing features?

Yes there is a catch you can put a lock on there’s a slot in the end so you can leave your bar on t(e saw and stick it through there’s a small amount of padding in the box , also there’s a square compartment in the corner to keep any small items from getting damaged 

 

sometimes Dolmar offer  certain models as a XXL package and you get the box and some other consumables included

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21 hours ago, shavey said:

Hello Ian 

yes long time , they’ve come out and I’ve sold a couple of them haven’t heard from anyone so that’s good news , yeah I’ve been a bit laxadazical lately I should have posted some photos and information  , I will get one ordered up and maybe  do. A partial breakdown of the saw on here so everyone can see what it’s like 

meanwhile I’ll put up some stock  photos

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What sort of price can you supply this for? Am I correct that it's about 30cc?

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3 hours ago, Jamie Jones said:

What sort of price can you supply this for? Am I correct that it's about 30cc?

 Hello yes it’s 30.9cc and it’s the same as the makita ea-3100t

the price is £342+vat

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On 09/11/2018 at 21:21, Dan Maynard said:

I would definitely be interested in a piston if the price isn't silly. It's been a good saw, although to be honest I use it less now I've got a 461. Taken down a few trees with it though, thought a pic would be nice.

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@Dan Maynard I’ve got that piston for your 6000i if you still need it £17.89+vat

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On 12/11/2018 at 17:56, DCS6800i said:

@shavey as promised

 

It has been chucking it down here today, so not much I could get on with outside so started on the 6800...

 

Everything went smoothly and it was a very straightforward build.

I have made 1 balls up though... I have a 115i stripped for spares also, and lifted the wrong oil pump worm drive!! It is pressed onto the crank, like a bearing, and I only realised it was wrong after I had pressed it on!! I need to make an adaptor for my pullers to get it back off, as they don't fit... but minus the oil pump and clutch she is rebuilt.

 

Took a bit of work to get her to fire up but the beast is alive!! The carb needs set properly, and obviously she needs finished before I can do that but I'm buzzing that she's running. (I hope the videos work - they were much longer but I had to cut them for the 7mb limit on here)

 

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I managed too snag a OEM piston for 120Si / 6800i this week 

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