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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Timber » Oct 3rd, '08, 15:19

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Tom Hawkins wrote:The Titan model:A was built in 1940, it was the first production model chain saw made by Mill & Mine for their Titan brand. According Marshall, whom we respect as the undisputed "King of the Titans" the original color for this saw was industrial gray. But we choose this color, it matches the shade of dark blue that we found under the nameplate and other protected areas of the saw. Of course this new paint is a brighter hammer-toned metal flaked version of that old dull flat blue, the Boy's liked it, hope you do too!

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Timber » Oct 3rd, '08, 15:23

titan bluestreak

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Tom Hawkins » Oct 3rd, '08, 22:47

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Hello Guy's

Good detective work,but there's still many, many more, good luck and "Happy Hunting"

Hello Woodsman, We have never gotten near enough to an NSU to attest to it being the best made of all the twin cylinder chain saws, but we have doubts about it being the first twin, when were the first ones made?

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by superdolmar » Oct 4th, '08, 05:54

Dolmar CV 1956-1957 :wink:

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Magnus » Oct 4th, '08, 09:20

Tom Hawkins wrote:.

Hello Guy's

Good detective work,but there's still many, many more, good luck and "Happy Hunting"

Hello Woodsman, We have never gotten near enough to an NSU to attest to it being the best made of all the twin cylinder chain saws, but we have doubts about it being the first twin, when were the first ones made?

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First patent i found was from 1937. Not sure if this is the first patent of this saw, though...
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Magnus » Oct 4th, '08, 12:50

So far:

Solo Twin 100cc
Disston model DA-211
ECHO CST 610 EVL
ECHO CS-611T
Solo Twin 110 cm³
Titan ER
Stihl B2Z
IEL SuperTwin.
Disston KB7
EIA Twin
Yanmar RH600
NSU Ural
Titan A
Titan B
Titan BR
Titan Bluestreak
Husqvarna Twin.
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Magnus » Oct 4th, '08, 12:53

Husqvarna Twin was meant to be two 65 engins, but it never got to be made.
They made a engin and a wood prototype, but never made a functional one acc to Ulf Näslund.
The wood dummy is on display in museum.
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Tom Hawkins » Oct 4th, '08, 16:00

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A short list so far but we have already learned something new!

We had known that Echo made different models of their twin, but we did not know about the different versions of the Solo Twin, do they have different model numbers too?

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Woodsman » Oct 4th, '08, 19:48

How about Sector, Arbor and Tapio with Archimedes two cylinder engine ? Not all chainsaws but however gas engine saws ? 100 % sure the first saws with two cylinder engine ?

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Tom Hawkins » Oct 4th, '08, 19:59

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Hello Matti

It would be very hard to dispute that the Sector ( 1916 -1928? ) is not the worlds first twin cylinder chain saw, we agree with you on that.
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Magnus » Oct 4th, '08, 23:56

List gets longer and longer...
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by artie__bc » Oct 5th, '08, 01:56

IEL Pioneer Twin, before the Super Twin.

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by knucklehead » Oct 5th, '08, 03:07

Tom Hawkins wrote:.

Hello Guy's

The boy's thought that it would be interesting to see how many different brands and models of twin cylinder chain saws that we could list here in the forum.

PLEASE LIST JUST ONE!
Brand and model:

Lets have some fun with this, let others make a post too and we'll see how many different ones we get.


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