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    Gentlemen, start your chainsaws

    http://www.dolmar.com/755.php

    Now that makes for an interesting, although probably a poor handling motorcycle.

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    Well, Okily Dokily, Neigh-diddily-eighbor.
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    - it's pretty well established that Hitler was an *******.

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    "Have chainsaw, will travel" read the card of a (Ger)man. Heh.

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    Chainsaw sisters used to have a saloon. I think the feds bought it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wordbiker View Post

    What's frightening is how coherent Hickey was in posting that.

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    Can you imagine having to walk out to the driveway and pull-starting each of those buggers? Plus, the turning radius is probably large enough that you'd need to drive around the block to turn around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x136 View Post
    Can you imagine having to walk out to the driveway and pull-starting each of those buggers?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H91Ba...eature=related
    Yup, that's how they do it.

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    Maybe the bike would have more get up and go with these V8 chainsaws.

    Look like 24 of those would be an interesting, although very unwieldy chopper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlts22 View Post
    Maybe the bike would have more get up and go with these V8 chainsaws.
    At first I was thinking that a V8 chainsaw is going to be incredibly difficult to use, even if they used something as light as one of those 215ci Buick/Rover aluminum V8s. But I see they're basically just dropping the thing onto the log, so I suppose it matters little. It's just even more dangerous.

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    Dolmar saws rock!

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    moar wine!!! rodri9o's Avatar
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    we used to use them for cutting concrete and rebar where i used to work...i thought they said 'made in australia' on the spec tag.

    :-/

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    Master Surfer of Curbs glenng's Avatar
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    Dolmar saws rock even though the whole world has never heard of them. Austria! the country in Europe. Think of Olympic skiers and Hitlers birthplace. Really ,really great saws.



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    Last edited by glenng; 01-14-08 at 08:10 PM.
    Glenn

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    ...wasn't too far off...spelling wise anyway.
    they are durable though...our crews used to beat the living piss out of them.

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