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Craftsman chainsaw ps00376 2.0 cubic inch oil/gas ratio

We borrowed a craftsman chainsaw ps00376 2.0 cubic inch and we need to know the oil/ gas ratio please? email is rbv1222@att.net

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Hi rbv1222,

40:1 is the ratio.

40 parts Gas to 1 part oil.
3.2 oz of oil per gal gas.

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