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How much oil needed in crank case.

I need to know the ratio of gas/oil for my tiller.

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SOURCE: I have a tb20cs and I need to now the oil-gas

The fuel ratio is 40:1. You can get the TRUfuel that comes in a bottle and stays fresh for a very long period of time. You should be able to get the TRUfuel at Oreilly's Auto parts stores or from Wal-Mart.

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Hello rvan. the ratio is 50:1. the easiest way to achieve this is to buy a 2 gallon plastic gas can and a few of the 2 cycle engine oil bottles that are made especially to add to either one or two gallons of gas. Joe

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Don't know that exact trimmer, but I always run 40:1 in all my trimmers, chainsaws, etc. That is 3.2 oz. of 2 cycle oil to one gallon of gasoline. I rebuild these machines daily and run that mix in everyting, except when it's actually specified on the machine.

Posted on Aug 12, 2011

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