Question about John Deere Garden
Posted by Anonymous on
This is a 4 cycle engine. Do NOT mix with oil.
Posted on Feb 07, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can run 32:1 if you want to it wont hurt it but it may foul a plug since its more oil, 50:1 is the best ratio for your blower
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Troy-Bilt products now are usually produced by Mtd, the ratio being 40:1.
However since John Deere made yours I'm 99.9% sure it should by 32:1.
In any case any power equipment you own (including Dolmar or Stihl) that takes an oill/gas mix benefits in the long run from using the richer 32:1 ratio. It protects the piston and cylinder much better, giving your equipment longer life. Do not use the "one mix for all" that you find at retail stores as it has been my experience it really isn't "one mix for all". Seen a lot of scratched pistons and broken rings from people using that.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Unless you know better, I would use 40:1. That will give you more oil than needed if it is 50:1 but wont hurt the engine. Do some more checking to get the actual ratio...Lee
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
Fuel/oil mix ratio should be 32to1 or 32 ounces gasoline to 1 ounce oil.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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