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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #10 on: September 12, 2014, 07:16:15 pm »
I love that saw with heated handles and all.
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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #11 on: September 12, 2014, 07:48:21 pm »
The Dolmar 116Si, 120Si, 6000i, and 6800i have been favorites for many years.

The piston/cylinder assemblies will all interchange among these.

Anymore parts are hard to come by.
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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #12 on: September 22, 2014, 08:39:46 pm »
Great idea for a thread, looking forward to the future pages!  :)
Those Partners are great, the Johnsereds as well, interesting how similar they look though, but they were still independent Swedish
companies at that time? And of course, the ps6000i is an all time favourite, looks like new on the pics!

Hehe, read your guys like warm hands, here is a buddy for the Jonsereds above,
an exhaust gas heated Sachs Dolmar 119  ;D









The muffler is quite special and has two additional pipes that even have separate valves to set their outlet (accesible from the front, directly in the muffler ittself).
Those pipes are connected to a bluish plastic tubing that feels somehow teflon-like.
I would guess that it is high density polyethylene (HDPE) since it would be heat resistant up to 200 C and back in those days definitely a very special and expensive material and a suitable choice. One of those tubes just goes into the front handle bar, the other one passes the cylinder and ends in a piece of really strange crappy rubber that goes all the way back to the inside of the rear handle. The hood and the crankcase have some additional "cut outs" to allow this tube to pass through. Two or three fins of the cylinder were cut accordingly. The front handle bar has two holes as entrance for the tube and outlet for the gas...

If you ask me,  these are all "hand made" modifications of a stock saw that were made at the factory right after production.
In technical terms, every 119 (112, 114, etc) can be modified accordingly, except the muffler there were all stock parts. It have never tried this one after I refurbished it, most like a normal 119, just with some more smell and smoke around the user ;D I cant believe that this concept is actually working, it is just absolutely typical for Dolmar!...well, since Sachs-Dolmar 113 (if you want, a late 114, early 80ties, heating was always electrical !

They might be pretty rare, I only have noticed them twice; one was on ebay.de about 6 years ago, the other one is in my collection that came from a shop, customer return. Nevertheless, I once also found the smaller muffler of a 112, 114 with those pipes, that means that they must have existed as well, probably just in the US!

The bar is 10 years too young, recently I switched back to a used one, still a better fit. Those pics are not up to date.

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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #13 on: November 18, 2014, 08:51:44 pm »
This a Alpina Pro 120S that hasn't seen maybe a couple tanks of fuel.
It was made for Zip Penn.









This is a NOS Alpina Pro 120S never seen gas.





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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #14 on: November 18, 2014, 08:58:05 pm »
Solo 603 103cc's never seen gas

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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #15 on: November 18, 2014, 09:01:01 pm »
Wards WD99 never seen gas Power Products motor at 130cc's


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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #16 on: November 18, 2014, 09:07:49 pm »
Stihl 084, Has to be one of the cleanest ones out there.
May have made a couple cuts. Came with a 20 inch bar
with carbide chain. I installed the NOS 41 inch bar and
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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #17 on: November 18, 2014, 09:11:07 pm »
This is a Remington Super 754 sold through Agway. New in the
original box with all the fixins.


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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #18 on: November 18, 2014, 09:12:31 pm »
Holy crap some sweet saws in this thread.

Keep it up folks.
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Re: Shelf Queens or Lookers
« Reply #19 on: November 18, 2014, 09:57:19 pm »
Nice saws there Lee

 

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