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I have a homelite model UTO8550 leaf blower. What is the proper gas/oil ratio? Thanks.

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    Harold Brown Nov 12, 2013

    Mine says on the gas cap 50:1

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I have one and the gas cap says 50:1 mix.

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Normaly 20 to 1
but with some of the newer oils you need to follow the instructions on the the oil bottle the newer cleaner fuels are now mixed at 50 to 1

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