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39 minutes ago, Stere said:

Wonder will the new 40v stuff come as dolmar also?


They must have the chainsaws being made now



Looks decent  80v chainsaw next?





That looks a decent peice of kit  ive  just supplied a Makita twin battery blower and I was surprised how quiet and powerful it was  

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On 17/05/2021 at 20:00, harvey b davison said:
On 17/05/2021 at 10:09, gary112 said:
I think its just as good as any 60cc Husky,i ,m not complaining about any Husky mind cos personally i,ve never had any trouble with autotune Husky,s and i still really like my 550xp,but the price is a fair bit different and its a great powerful saw and very well made

Gary do you think it would pull a 28 inch bar when milling? Cheers.

No it won't pull a 28" bar... The 6100 60cc basically runs up to a 20" bar.... For milling up to 28" you need a 9010 80cc bar... If you want to mill greater than that you need a Stihl 881.

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Seem they are actually re badged are italian active chainsaws   not dolmar. 


There was a domar one before  MCV51




Low vibes digital carbs good power to weight.... for the last mvc6200 one





The last 43c one  japanese its not easy to find details as its all in japanese but thought might related to the ea4300/ps421 but then  maybe more likely an echo?

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