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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
PostPosted: Oct 6th, '08, 13:00 
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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
Sector
Arbor
Gerber
Tapio
Arkimedes
Dolmar CV
IEL/Pioneer Twin
Dow Low stump
Erco
Titan 100
John Deere 66SV
Lombard GS
France REXO GS
Woodsman Twin


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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Titan Blue Streak Automatic ( this ones a wee bit rough but ,,,, someday )

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
PostPosted: Oct 6th, '08, 16:55 
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Titan and Mercury/Disston has more than avrege of Two cylinder saws.

Mercury Disston KB6AX
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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Titan add:
C, E, J, ER
Mercury Disston:
KB6-A 6hp, KB6-AX 6hp, KB6AY 7hp, KB7-AY 11hp, KB7-B 12 hp

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Marshall Trover wrote:
Titan add:
C, E, J, ER
Mercury Disston:
KB6-A 6hp, KB6-AX 6hp, KB6AY 7hp, KB7-AY 11hp, KB7-B 12 hp


Marshall,

What about the Merc-Disston DH-120. I guess it is the same as the KB7-B but it did have a different number on the cover. Well at least I think it did. I will have to look at mine.

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Mercury called the 12hp the DH-120 after Disston dropped out of the distrubution deal. The ones I have seen still say KB7-B on the model tag and the DH-120 is painted on the cover over the mag. No change in the saw, just a name change just like with the DA-211 that became the KA-211 at the same time. Does yours say DH-120 on the model tag?

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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So that would mean it was sold as Mercury DH120 or Mercury/Disston like normal?

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Disston was no longer marketing the saw and Mercury was stuck with an large inventory so they changed the names so they could continue selling the saws with just the Mercury name. This was in the eary and mid 1950's so these saws were obsolete (which is why Disston dropped out, Mercury was not intersted in designing any new designs after the DO-101). So the saws were discounted so Mercury could clear out this large obsolete inventory and then be out of the chain saw manufacturing business.

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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If going by models, Echo also made a CS-651T - I saw a couple in auctions in Japan, unfortunately far too expensive :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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I thought that I once read that there were three different models of the Echo twin, can I safely assume that there is also three models of the John Deere twin as well. Does anyone have this information.

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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from J. D. I know nothing.
But I have found something else other. However, with it we move in the area of the Ghost Saws. The Russian Kama 2 saws, should have an opposed cylinder engine. I have not seen them, unfortunately, yet. maybe somebody knows a little bit about that.
I have also introduced the Dolmar type "G" already once here in the forum, construction year approx. 1928, as a heavy and strong power saw.
Unfortunately, I do not have better pictures.

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Many thanks for this, Peter!
It is amazing to see! You must have a wonderful litteratour room...
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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Magnus,

How can I see the complete pictures ? I can only see left side of pictures, something missing always. This problem is with this new forum.

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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Click on the link under the picture.

Yes, I know this and we are on the case. We are searching for a simular attachment mod as we had before update.

It is when pictures are bigger than screen that troubble occur.
Another way:
Right ckick on imege, copy URL, Open new window and paste URL in the addressfieald, click go and you see the imege directly on Imege shack or werever it is....

These are uploaded to forum.
Forum notice they are big and display them as "thumbnail".
Click on the pic it is showed in natural size, if pointer turns to a + it can be clicked once more and even bigger.


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 Post subject: Re: Twin cylinder chain saws
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Hi Collector Friends ,
Here Pictures from my REXO DS Saw .
Greetings
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