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This caught my eye today 22.3.2019 !.... very rare to see one for sale and in a "Cash converters " 

Maybe nothing but at least this may be seen by someone who "Should See It"

 

 

 

 

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On 22/03/2019 at 12:45, Sawchip said:

This caught my eye today 22.3.2019 !.... very rare to see one for sale and in a "Cash converters " 

Maybe nothing but at least this may be seen by someone who "Should See It"

 

 

 

 

Screen Shot 2019-03-22 at 12.37.47.png

Probably stolen good like a lot of stuff in cash converters

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Thanks Andrew (Shavey)

The Dolmar 6100 (on a 3/8" set up) has arrived.... Already fired it up and it sounds a bit of a beast.....

Great Service
 

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Has anyone got any pictures of the inside of the Dolmar Metal Chainsaw Case with a chainsaw inside it... Preferably a 6100...

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Been very impressed with the Dolmar 6100... Beast of a chainsaw... It is far more easier to use and move about than my Dolmar 7910, especially after a full days work. 

Awesome bit of kit....Thanks Andrew (Shavey)
 

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Has anyone seen or got their hands on a Dolmar AS4030 18Vx2 (36V) Brushless Top Handle Chainsaw
If so can you give us a review please? and does anyone know what the cost is?


Makita Version Here:

Depending on your country as to what it is called: Makita  XCU08 / DUC356 / DUC306
 

 

 

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My PS5105 went pop for the third time in its 4 year life today! decided to eat its piston rings this time, not really done much work either! shame as it was nice to use but that's it for me, wont touch them again.

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59 minutes ago, Ian C said:

My PS5105 went pop for the third time in its 4 year life today! decided to eat its piston rings this time, not really done much work either! shame as it was nice to use but that's it for me, wont touch them again.

Dont blame ya,that would put me off aswell

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