Twin cylinder chain saws

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Wayne Sutton » Oct 5th, '08, 05:38

I think the Dow Low stumper with the Indian V-twin is about as cool as you get.
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Magnus » Oct 5th, '08, 07:07

Ahh, I get all warm and fuzzy inside reading this thread! So many nice saws.

ERCO saw.
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by superdolmar » Oct 5th, '08, 07:56

i have 4 more saws with Twin cilinders:

1 Erco (Peter Schlicht has one)
2 Titan 100
3 John Deere ( i think made by Echo)
4 Lombard GS(Marshall Twin)
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by saegenpeter » Oct 5th, '08, 12:28

Hello friends,
Ich was not long any more in the forum. When I have read this announcement I had to send one more picture from the ERCO two cylinders saw and the Dolmar CV.
There comes the cold season and I will more often announce myself once more.
Majority-like subject!! :D :D

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Tom Hawkins » Oct 5th, '08, 12:46

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Very, Very nice Peter, thank you.

We thank you all for the input, and comments.

There is still many many more, and the pictures are great too!

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by superdolmar » Oct 5th, '08, 17:28

what about the France REXO GS :D that's also a twin cilinder saw


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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by superdolmar » Oct 5th, '08, 19:29

I have some picture's from the JD twin saw.
It's not my saw but from a Dutch collector(André Bannink)

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Old Mac Guy » Oct 6th, '08, 01:25

...stumbled across a reference to a

SPEAR & JACKSON TWIN

... don't know any details...

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Wayne Sutton » Oct 6th, '08, 03:45

How about the Woodsman Twin
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by BillG » Oct 6th, '08, 05:48

I would like to see pics of the many other twins listed. Come on if you mention it post a pic. Do not tease us. :D

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by knucklehead » Oct 6th, '08, 06:05

amen bill, pics please for the search impaired slow folks.. :stupid:

Tom,, that 1 model limit must be killing those saw BARONS sitting on 30 or 40 twins each like wayne and marshall :autch:

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by BillG » Oct 6th, '08, 06:10

Knucklehead,

You probably have quite a few yourself. :D Here all the twins are Disston Mercs or a Mac BP-1 which really is not a twin. I would love to see all those west coast saws.

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Woodsman » Oct 6th, '08, 10:44

Wayne Sutton wrote:How about the Woodsman Twin

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Can you trade this saw ? It where nice in my collection ! :shock: :? 8) :lol:

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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Magnus » Oct 6th, '08, 11:22

:whistle: :D
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Re: Twin cylinder chain saws

Post by Tom Hawkins » Oct 6th, '08, 12:48

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Easy enough!

From this time forward there is no limit to the number of twin cylinder brands and models that a member can add to this list.

Great show guy's, please keep the input coming and comments coming in.

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