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Fuel mixture I need to know the mixture of gas to oil

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oil, gas ratio is 40 to 1 A plug for small gas engines will work

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Fuel Mix: Add 6 oz. McCulloch custom lubricant or 1 PT. S.A.E. 40 (16:1) to 2 U.S. Gal. Regular Gas

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There really is no exact type of oil that goes into the chain and bar oiler. Each manufacturer usually makes their own, but any chain and bar oil will work. It is a thicker type of oil unlike a motor oil. Just ensure that the bottle says "bar and chain" oil

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Two-cycle engines use a mixture of oil and fuel to power and lubricate the engine. Homelite blower engines use a ratio of 50 parts gasoline to 1 part two-cycle engine oil. Two-cycle engine oil is commonly sold in 2.6-ounce containers; add it to 1 gallon of gas to achieve the 50:1 ratio. Two-cycle engine oil for outboard motors is not compatible with Homelite blowers.Use premium fuel,the blower,weedeater,etc. will last much longer!

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This small engine needs a 40:1 ratio. Use only 2 cycle oil, not motor oil. If you are mixing one gallon of fuel use 3.2 ounces of the 2 cycle oil. This should give correct mixture so you do not get lots of smoke when you start. Take the time to measure. Note: there should be a marking somewhere on the engine about the mixture.

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What kind of gasoline?


  1. Check your manual for the proper gas-and-oil mixture. For almost all modern two-stroke engines, a 50-to-1 mixture is recommended. That requires about 2 1/2 oz. oil for every gallon of gasoline.


  2. Use only two-cycle oil for your mixture. This oil is made especially for these engines and can be purchased at gas stations, hardware stores or any other place where you buy regular motor oil.


  3. Pour the proper amounts of gas and oil into a fuel can. Shake the can well to mix it.


  4. Label your gas can with the mixture ratio. You can use the same mixture for other two-stroke engines.


  5. Shake your fuel can thoroughly every time you refuel. After a while, the oil will settle out of the gas, and shaking it up ensures that the oil and gas are properly mixed again before you put the fuel into your chainsaw.

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Do not know what mixture or how to use


40:1 mixture for the fuel:oil ratio.16:1 will cause your saw to barely run(if at all) and if it does, will fog out every mosquito for 4 blocks. You can use any reputable 2-stroke oil, though stay away from outboard engine oil. Get the good stuff that says Stihl, or Husquavarnah, or something like that. Even the Homelite stuff is ok. The oil tank takes regular bar and chain oil.

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16:1 is WAY too much oil if you are using decent synthetic oil. 50:1 will be much better - regardless of what it says on the gas cap. Oils are much better now than they used to be.

Contrary to popular beleif, more oil does NOT help a 2-cycle engine. The oil (which does not burn) displaces fuel in the mixture, so there's less fuel than there should be. That means the mixture is LEAN, and lean mixtures run hot.

Also, check for a partially blocked muffler (likely with that much oil in the mix). This will also make the engine run hot.

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A 4 stroke motor does NOT have Oil in the Fuel. There is NO fuel mixture. Just use regular gas. The only place you need oil is in the sump, and regular 20/30 motor oil will be fine.This only needs to be replaced when low on dipstick in crankcase.

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Gas Oil Mixture


Fuel Mix: Add 6 oz. McCulloch custom lubricant or 1 PT. S.A.E. 40 (16:1) to 2 U.S. Gal. Regular Gas

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Fuel oil mixture


use a 32:1 mixture which is approx 4oz 2cycle oil to 1 gal of gas. you can also add an ounce or two of of a fuel sys cleaner to your fuel mixture for a good cleaning of the carb to remove any gum or varnish build up which could cause poor engine performance. hope this helps you

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Fuel/oil mixture


3.2 oz oil in one US gallon yields 40:1 mixture.
2.6 oz oil in one US gallon yields 50:1 mixture.

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